About David Wilcox
Sweet, harmonious, and melancholic forays into intimacy are David Wilcox's specialty. Since his 1987 debut, he has gone from the log cabin and fireplace acoustics of Nightshift Watchman to the Folk-Rock of Turning Point in 1997. After being originally signed to A&M, he was dropped from the label, thus giving him license to release more comedic material, like East Asheville Hardware. Wilcox has since returned to his Folk-Pop roots.