David Nevue (pronounced NEV-Yoo) is a self-taught pianist who resides in Eugene, Oregon. He has been involved in the arts as a writer, actor, musician and performer since his youth. In 1992, David released his first album of piano works called "The Tower," written as a soundtrack for one of his short stories. In the years since, he has released a dozen other albums including his most recent, "Open Sky," released in 2013. David's 2005 CD release, "Overcome", won the title "Best Instrumental Piano Album of 2005" at the Lifestyle Music Awards.
David's neoclassical piano stylings reflect his wide musical influences, which include Clannad, Chopin, Pink Floyd, Rachmaninoff, Renaissance, George Winston and Rush. David's music also reflects his love of literature, quoting numerous influences from C.S. Lewis to The Bible. David's artistry is demonstrated not only in his music, but in his thematic approach to each album. Rather than creating collections of unrelated compositions, David treats each individual work as but one chapter in a much bigger story that stirs the imagination and carries the listener to a gratifying conclusion.
Today, David promotes his music almost exclusively via the Internet. He is the author of "How to Promote Your Music Successfully on the Internet," the founder of The Music Biz Academy, an online resource for musicians, and the program director for Whisperings: Solo Piano Radio (www.solopianoradio.com
), a hugely popular Internet radio broadcast. David also tours three or four times a year, and has performed concerts with David Lanz, Wayne Gratz, Peter Kater, Suzanne Ciani and dozens of other pianists.
David’s music can be heard on over 220 radio programs world-wide. To learn more about David, visit his web site at www.davidnevue.com