May 5th, 2022 9pm Stage
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Reviewing his latest EP This Far Apart, Essentially Pop Magazine called New York based singer/songwriter David D’Alessio an “artist in a class of his own.” Though he has previously drawn comparisons like “the Jason Mraz of the Southwest,” “the plaintive heights of Damien Rice" and a “tenor reminiscent of Duncan Sheik,” D’Alessio describes his latest work as a left turn– one that allowed him to experiment and break free of sonic commitments. Critics continue to discover and rave over This Far Apart, calling it “genre defying," “stunning," and “a showcase…filled with home runs.” D'Alessio opened 2022 with “Before Tonight” - the record's retro-uptempo and first single- peaking at #2 on Indie Internet radio.
Since releasing his debut album Songs to Undress Your Ego in 2007, the Hawaiian-born, Arizona-raised artist has toured extensively, including opening shows for Colbie Caillat, Brett Dennen, Missy Higgins and Lifehouse. His standout track from 2014's Some Girls “Throw Yourself in Front of It” was licensed by Amazon Web Services and has been heard as a “hold song” on American Shield, Turbo Tax, Priceline, funneling listeners from around the world. His holiday song “I Love this Time of Year,” sung by Devyn Rush, has been placed in numerous Hallmark, Freeform and NBC films and shows.