Rapid River Magazine published this article about David’s new album and the release concert that will launch it: Internationally known Black Mountain songwriter David LaMotte celebrates 25 years as a professional musician with the release of a new album, The Other Way Around. LaMotte and a large backing band will mark the occasion with a Release […]
Among the most powerful experiences I have had at live concerts is one of silence rather than music. Occasionally, a song, usually in a minor key, arrives with such power, conviction, and depth that when it ends, no one is willing to break the silence. The last notes linger until they fade, and a long […]
After a bit of time revising and updating the content on the USB box sets, we are happy to report that they are back in stock. These digital box sets contain… well, pretty much everything I’ve ever done. High quality MP3 versions of all eleven CDs (including liner notes, and my very first recording, Barefoot, […]
We had so much fun at our sold-out show in Asheville in February that we were all eager to book another one — but where to play next? Clearly, what we needed was a concert promoter named David. Happily, concert promoter David Sardinha is the curator of a wonderful concert series in Cary, North Carolina, an […]
UPS brought the new ‘Best Of David LaMotte’ CDs to the door last night after dark (it was a long, impatient wait!), and today we will be mailing them out. We’re really excited about the new record around here. It contains fourteen songs, including new versions of some older songs with talented guest musicians joining […]
It’s been a whirlwind of a day with a few meetings related to releasing my new ‘Best Of’ CD, some writing for an online community, two connections with longtime friends, meetings with the folks at Kudzu, the design company I’m working with these days, to finalize this cool flier right here—–> …and a talk at […]
Here is the lyric to a new song.
David Dault recently interviewed me for his podcast ‘Things Not Seen.’ It was a delightful conversation, and the edited version is here. I hope you will enjoy it. To listen, simply click here.
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As I write, the window is open, letting the sticky summer air of Carolina drift in, disturbed by a ceiling fan stirring it around to keep me comfortable. Sounds fall in that window as well — birds chirping and the low swell of the occasional car passing by. I took Mason to the diner across […]