Singer/Songwriter David Berkeley is no stranger to the music industry. At the age of 4, Berkeley was singing door-to-door to his nanny’s Avon customers. He has since gone from singing for cookies and applause from middle-aged women to self-releasing critically acclaimed albums to the masses. With his recent Strange Light, Berkeley drew comparisons to legends such as Cat Stevens, Jackson Brown and James Taylor. His upcoming release, Some Kind of Cure, is already being called the one that could give Berkeley “the big break.” To fund this project, Berkeley is asking fans for donations and getting more than he expected—a testament to the emotional depths of his music.
Jay Sweet got the chance to catch up with Berkeley and talk about Some Kind of Cure, his fan’s generosity and the industry over the years.
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