David Berkeley has been more than industrious this year in support of his recent album Some Kind Of Cure, as well as his accompanying book, 140 Goats And A Guitar: The Stories Behind Some Kind of Cure (now in its second pressing). YAHOO! MUSIC named Some Kind of Cure one of the 'Albums That Should Be In Every Home' and along with CNN, David’s music and book were featured by the Huffington Post, Paste, American Songwriter, Daytrotter, Art Of The Song, Acoustic Cafe and many more.
David was a featured performer and speaker at the TEDxSF salon and wrote and recorded a title track for New York Times bestselling author Harlan Coben’s new thriller Shelter. Coben is giving the track away at his book readings and with purchases of his novel. You can also get a free download of the track if you "LIKE" David's Facebook page.
Please reply if you'd like a copy of Some Kind of Cure, 140 Goats And A Guitar: The Stories Behind Some Kind of Cure or to cover a show.
SA April 28 – St Louis, MO – TBA - w/ Garrison Starr
Sun, April 29 –Lexington, KY – Natasha's - w/ Garrison Starr
Tues, May 1 – Cincinnati, OH – TBA - w/ Garrison Starr
Wed, May 2 – Nashville, TN – The Rutledge - w/ Garrison Starr
Thurs, May 3 – Memphis, TN – Hi Tone - w/ Garrison Starr
Fri, May 4 – Birmingham, AL – TBA - w/ Garrison Starr
Sun, May 5 – Atlanta, GA – TBA - w/ Garrison Starr
Fri, May 11 – Ashland, OR – Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Rogue Valley