David Wilcox
David Wilcox
David Wilcox is a Canadian rock musician.
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Bigfork Becomes an International Guitar Hub - Flathead Beacon
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Headliners will include blues titan Joe Bonamassa, rock guitarist Steve Lukather, Grammy-winning jazz master Lee Ritenour, Grammy-winning classical guitarist Scott Tennant and songwriter David Wilcox. And on Aug. 31, local residents will have a chance
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Young Auburn musician wins high-profile award - Auburn Citizen
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And later in the year, he'll set out on his first small tour. “I'm on my way to where I want to be,” Sanders said. “Now I just have to work.” Staff writer David Wilcox can be reached at 282-2245 or david.wilcox@lee.net
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Finishing up with the best films of 2010 - Auburn Citizen (blog)
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AP The Citizen's David Wilcox checks in with his thoughts on all things pop culture - movies, music, TV, video games, celebrity and more. Lately I've been splitting my blogging time between Citizen Pop and The Powerbomb Post, a new running commentary
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Warner Theatre shines with stars for Northwest Idol final singing contest ... - Torrington Register Citizen
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A 2010 participant, Cole fell short at the start of her performance, then triumphed over a group of competitors that included fellow 2010 participant David Wilcox. Wilcox sang Garth Brooks' “Friends In Low Places” in the opening round and said he stuck
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David Wilcox Plays in Old Saybrook August 18 - New Haven Advocate
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After 25 years, David Wilcox has the singer/songwriter thing down pretty well. His engaging baritone (reminiscent of James Taylor and John Gorka), brilliant fingerpicking guitar style (suggestive of Nick Drake and Joni Mitchell) and
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Book giveaway: Tom Burger, "It Happened in Auburn" - Auburn Citizen (blog)
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Just send a note to our features editor, David Wilcox, at david.wilcox@lee.net, or post a comment to this blog entry with your email address. We'll randomly select a winner Friday. Also, Downtown Books and Coffee is hosting a book signing with Burger
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Here's the first official image of Anne Hathaway as Selina Kyle (Catwoman) - Auburn Citizen (blog)
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The Citizen's David Wilcox checks in with his thoughts on all things pop culture - movies, music, TV, video games, celebrity and more. Another day, another DC Comics movie character reveal. This time it's Anne Hathaway as Selina Kyle, who of course is
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CM Punk takes WWE to peak storytelling form - Auburn Citizen (blog)
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The Citizen's David Wilcox checks in with his thoughts on all things pop culture - movies, music, TV, video games, celebrity and more. The Citizen will soon launch The Powerbomb Post, a new blog covering professional wrestling and mixed martial arts,
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Q&A: David Wilcox - The Daily Tar Heel
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For folk singer-songwriter David Wilcox, this couldn't be more true. Moving to North Carolina from Ohio in the early 80s, Wilcox has been at his trade for more than 30 years. He will visit The ArtsCenter on Monday in promotion of his sixteenth studio
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Wilcox Named Director of Fed Division - American Banker
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David Wilcox was named director of the Federal Reserve Board's division of research and statistics. He will begin Oct. 1... To continue reading, log in, register or subscribe below
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Federal Reserve Names David Wilcox as Director of U.S. Economic Research - Bloomberg
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The Federal Reserve Board appointed David Wilcox as the director of US economic research, replacing David Stockton, who plans to retire on Sept. 30. Wilcox, 52, will lead the 325 employees in the
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Hairspray hits the Merry-Go-Round Playhouse - Auburn Citizen
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“Even if you aren'ta theatergoer, you're not going to be able to resist nodding your head or clapping your hands.” Lake Life Editor David Wilcox can be reached at 282-2245 or david.wilcox@lee.net. Follow him on Twitter at drwilcox
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of David Wilcox
    FIFTIES
  • 2007
    Age 57
    In 2007, Wilcox released Boy in the Boat.
    More Details Hide Details In 2013 David was featured with three of the greatest guitarists in the world, James Burton (Elvis, Merle Haggart), Albert Lee (Eric Clapton, The Everly Brothers) and Amos Garrett (Stevie Wonder) in a concert which was later released as the live CD "Guitar Heroes" on Stony Plain. Album chart positions from RPM magazine (Canada):
  • 2003
    Age 53
    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.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1997
    Age 47
    Wilcox released Greatest Hits Too in 1997, with much of the album being produced by Wilcox.
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  • 1993
    Age 43
    In 1993, Wilcox released his next album, a box set titled, The Collected Works 1977–1993.
    More Details Hide Details It featured live versions of "That Hypnotizin' Boogie" and "Trip Out Tonight". It also featured unreleased material such as "Needle in a Haystack" and "The Groove". Thirteen Songs, released in 1996, featured acoustic-based music played with a small band, playing sax-and-organ jazz "Rainy Night Saloon", country storytelling "Shotgun City" and deep blues "Three Past Midnight"."Thirteenth Songs" was recorded at Metalworks Studios in Mississauga, Ontario. "God Is On a Bender" is considered one of Wilcox's best songs.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1989
    Age 39
    After more tours, he returned with 1989's The Natural Edge.
    More Details Hide Details It featured the title track, "The Natural Edge", the sweet anthemic pop of "Lay Down in Your Arms", "Ivory Tower", "Pop Out World", and the leadoff track "Still Life".
  • 1984
    Age 34
    Motivated by the success of his tour and two gold records, Wilcox went back into the studio in 1984 to record Bad Reputation.
    More Details Hide Details A year later he released The Best of David Wilcox, his first compilation album, as a hit-inspired collection of his songs. It was also the debut album for "Blood Money" and "When You Mistreat Her". Later that year, Wilcox was honoured with the COCA (the Canadian Organization of Campus Activities) for Entertainer of the Year award (1985) (Biography, 2007). Wilcox’s next album to be released was yet another compilation of previously recorded successes and was part of Capitol Records' series Over 60 Minutes with In the late 1980s, Wilcox moved away from his past raw live-in-the-studio approach, to a more produced synthesizer and drum program modern rock sound. The album Breakfast at the Circus (1987) featured "Layin' Pipe","The Song He Never Wrote", sounding like a Wilcox tribute to his excessive side.
  • 1983
    Age 33
    Wilcox's second album, My Eyes Keep Me in Trouble, released in 1983, featured "Downtown Came Uptown" and "Riverboat Fantasy".
    More Details Hide Details It was his second straight gold record and another series of tours followed.
  • 1982
    Age 32
    Wilcox signed with Capitol Records in 1982, re-releasing Out of the Woods, which became Wilcox’s first album to reach gold status.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1977
    Age 27
    David Wilcox's debut album, a solo album called Out of the Woods, was released in 1977.
    More Details Hide Details Out of the Woods produced his three top hits, "Do the Bearcat", "Bad Apple", and "That Hypnotizin’ Boogie".
  • 1973
    Age 23
    In 1973, after two records, Wilcox left the band to go solo.
    More Details Hide Details In his first band, David Wilcox and the Teddy Bears, Wilcox hit local stages as a flashy character with an oversized waxed moustache, a baggy suit and a flower in his lapel.
  • 1970
    Age 20
    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.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1949
    Born
    Born on July 13, 1949.
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