Artist Bio

David Clark Carroll

Musician, Songwriter , Performer, Teacher

David grew up playing music in Boston, both clarinet and piano and later on guitar.  He first discovered bluegrass music in college and at the Philadelphia Folk Festival where he saw pioneering flat picker Doc Watson and newgrass legends Sam Bush and David Bromberg.  

Daring Coyotes is based around original material by David and live is an improvisational experience, going deep on original and traditional tunes with a modern flair.  Daring Coyotes bring his original tunes to life in an acoustic band setting with no boundaries, at home anywhere from the Grand Ol Opry to Winter Wondergrass and everywhere in between.

David played all around Northern California for over a decade in several bands and genres. A multi-instrumentalist, he has played banjo and guitar as a solo act out of the North Bay, tenor banjo as an original member in the dixieland and western swing band Earles of Newtown, 5 string banjo and mandolin in the short lived but very fun Sonora Aereo Club, guitar and 5 string banjo  with Spruce Moose, and mandolin and guitar with the offshoot Spruce Mountain.  For the past 5 years he played mandolin and guitar with the Public String Band in Nevada County, and also with the Sacramento based Blue Mountain Quartet who were privileged to play the Vern Stage at Grass Valley’s own Fathers Day Bluegrass Festival in 2017.  

 David hosted bluegrass jams around Nevada County as part of his role as regional director for the California Bluegrass Association.  Whether you are a beginner or a shredder a jam can inspire musicians and audience members to dig deeper into the traditional bluegrass canon by discovering new songs, backup riffs and old favorites in a new voice.  

By supporting David you can help keep the music going to inspire new people to pick up an instrument or perk up their ears and move their feet.  Whether you can commit to monthly support through Patreon or just want to simply give a digital tip through PayPal or Venmo your support is deeply appreciated.

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