Noted lyricist and composer David Stoddard is a songwriter and teacher living in the snowy wilds of Western Minnesota.
About David Stoddard
David tours sporadically throughout North America and plays mostly concert venues, living rooms, and other dedicated listening environments.
He’s played at the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville and at the Kerrville Folk Festival in Kerrville, Texas, and been featured on Wisconsin Public Radio’s “Tent Show Radio.” These days, he plays mostly house concerts. He’s shared festival and concert stages with people like Juice Newton, Leon Russell, Rik Emmett, Lou and Peter Berryman, Michael Smith, and Pat Donohue. He was once mistaken for George Winston at a bookstore in Milwaukee. True Story. He has won the Kerrville New Folk award, as well as songwriting awards at the South Florida Folk Festival, the Minnesota Folk Festival, and others.
-composer for stage/screen/concert hall for 30 years
-noted music educator/clinician
Reviews of David Stoddard
It’s not often I hear a songwriter that can write funny and write serious. David Stoddard is one of the rare ones. I love his stuff.” –John McCutcheon