In his debut single, This House, Manitoba-based artist Brenton David blends the sound of traditional Métis fiddle and contemporary Americana. Produced by Juno award-winning musician Murray Pulver (Bros Landreth, Ariel Posen), the work is the first glimpse into a unique process that marries the timbre of Indigenous music with the timeless storytelling of folk and country. Filled with imagery from across the prairies, This House feels like work that is sincerely Canadian.
Released in tandem, is an introductory course to Métis fiddle for aspiring musicians. The two-time MCMA award-winners free course, represents over ten years of experience teaching live workshops. Brenton was inspired to create the course after witnessing the lack of arts education in remote communities. David trusts his latest work will aid in the preservation of traditional music and excite the next generation of young musicians.
I love collaborating with other artists. All of the auxiliary instruments on my releases (violin, mandolin, steel, banjo, acoustics) are performed and recorded by me at my studio.
I’ve carefully curated a collection of microphones and instruments that can compliment your work and add the final touches to your album or song. Pricing varies on the scope of your project but I’ll work with you to come up with a plan that fits! Please complete the form HERE, and I’ll contact you after reviewing your submission.