For the ninth straight year, David Vest is a nominee for Piano/Keyboard Player of the Year at the Maple Blues Awards . The complete list of nominees is here: https://www.mapleblues.ca/nominees.html.
RBC Bluesfest organizers have announced their 2019 lineup, including an appearance by blues piano legend David Vest, who’ll join artists ranging from Snoop Dogg to the Backstreet Boys for the 25th edition of the festival.
David Vest has again won the Maple Blues Award for Piano/Keyboard Player of the Year. Vest has now won the award five times in the past seven years. The winners were announced on Monday, February 4 in Toronto, at the Twenty-Second Annual Maple Blues Awards gala, held at Koerner Hall in the Royal Conservatory of Music.
The latest news from the Maple Blues Award includes two nominations for Victoria-based artist David Vest. Along with an eighth consecutive nomination for Piano Player of the Year, Vest also received a nod for Songwriter of the Year, his first appearance in that category. Online voting for the Maple Blues Awards begins on Friday, November 1. CLICK HERE TO VOTE … Read More
Mike Devlin of the Times-Colonist previews the new album by Cordova Bay recording artist David Vest. Click here to read it.
David Vest has again won the Maple Blues Award Piano/Keyboard Player of the Year. Vest has now won the award four times, with seven consecutive nominations. The winners were announced on Monday, January 15 in Toronto, at the Twenty-First Annual Maple Blues Awards gala, held at Koerner Hall in the Royal Conservatory of Music. Vest was unable to attend this … Read More
David Vest is again a Maple Blues Award nominee for piano/keyboard player of the year. It is the seventh consecutive nomination for Vest in this category.
The Legendary Downchild Blues Band has released a new album that includes a song written by David Vest. The album, Something I’ve Done, is the Juno-award winning band’s 17th. The song, Worried About The World, originally appeared on Vest’s album Way Down Here, with harmonica and harmony vocals by the late Paul deLay. “To have the best blues band in … Read More
Reviewing Devestatin’ Rhythm in the January 23 issue of Blues Blast Magazine, Marty Gunther calls David Vest “an entertainer of the first order.” Gunther describes the album as “a rollicking collection of nine originals and one cover that would be just as comfortable in a Delta roadhouse as it is in the land he now calls home.” He writes that … Read More