Please allow Austin based artist David Garza to reintroduce himself.
Get the head rockinʼ with Shed Light, the best of this multi-instrumentalistʼs 21st-century music. Itʼs sure to be in heavy rotation alongside his Deep Ellum-inspired and Austin- honed tapes and discs, the sounds of your 90ʼs misspent youth.
Then let the eyes drink in his feverish paintings at The Continental Club Gallery in Austin, TX. Or see if the mind can catch up with the ears when he unleashes his lyrical flow representing Texas at Montrealʼs International Poetry Conference "Peace in the Borderlands" in June 2011.
Next sit back and let a drama unfold thanks to his soundtrack, for the theatrical work “Fantasmaville,” for his scene-stealing performance in the independent feature, “Largo The Movie”, for the groundbreaking documentary "Wretches & Jabberers" (with Ben Harper, Scarlett Johansson & J.Ralph).
Or maybe you want to get back to the “Dah-Veed” you thought you knew, who performed at High Sierra back in 1996 when we still up in Bear Valley. Alright, then, dodge the plastic cups at your feet, and elbow your way to the stage, where Garza is raising the bar and the roof, making soul shaking music with Fiona Apple or Jeff Ament or Jon Brion or Sara Watkins ... Soon your hips will know why Pearl Jam hand-picked David to perform two shows at their first ever music fest in September 2011 in Alpine Valley Wisconsin.
Just donʼt let the legend-status accolades fool you. Sure, in 1999, he was voted runner- up for Austin Chronicle Musician of the Decade—second only to Stevie Ray Vaughan. But be on the lookout now as David Garza brings you the sounds, songs & sights of tomorrow, and beyond. Welcome back David Garza, we sure have missed you.