David Wilcox

Musician + Songwriter + Singer
Born Jul 13, 1949

David Wilcox is a Canadian rock musician.

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1949 Birth Born on July 13, 1949.


1970 20 Years Old In 1970, Wilcox replaced Amos Garrett in Ian and Sylvia Tyson’s band, Great Speckled Bird, playing backup for acts such as Anne Murray, Carl Perkins, and Charlie Rich.
1973 23 Years Old In 1973, after two records, Wilcox left the band to go solo. … Read More
1977 27 Years Old David Wilcox's debut album, a solo album called Out of the Woods, was released in 1977. … Read More


1982 32 Years Old Wilcox signed with Capitol Records in 1982, re-releasing Out of the Woods, which became Wilcox’s first album to reach gold status.
1983 33 Years Old Wilcox's second album, My Eyes Keep Me in Trouble, released in 1983, featured "Downtown Came Uptown" and "Riverboat Fantasy". … Read More
1984 34 Years Old Motivated by the success of his tour and two gold records, Wilcox went back into the studio in 1984 to record Bad Reputation. … Read More
1989 39 Years Old After more tours, he returned with 1989's The Natural Edge. … Read More


1993 44 Years Old In 1993, Wilcox released his next album, a box set titled, The Collected Works 1977–1993. … Read More
1997 48 Years Old Wilcox released Greatest Hits Too in 1997, with much of the album being produced by Wilcox.


2003 54 Years Old Colin Linden produced the album Rhythm of Love which was released on Stony Plain Records. It featured "Play That Guitar Rag", "Easy Like Rain" and "Rattlesnakin' Daddy". In 2003 Wilcox released Rockin' the Boogie: The Best of Blues and Boogie, featuring much of his best-known work.
2007 58 Years Old In 2007, Wilcox released Boy in the Boat. … Read More
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