“This album covers a lot of emotionally heavy stuff like mental health, addiction, existence, and relationships”
Jay Allen Sanford 2 p.m., Nov. 21
Sound description: Weird Al goes Greenwich Village Coffeehouse.
RIYL: Martin Mull and his Fabulous Furniture
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Influences: Country Dick Montana, Mojo Nixon
Based in La Mesa, local musician and media-relations manager David Moye calls himself an “insensitive singer-songwriter.” He has a little Leon Redbone in his sound, and has accompanied himself at various times on ukulele or acoustic guitar.
In the past Moye has worked as a telephone psychic (he once did a reading for Bret Michaels of Poison,) a busker, a publicist, and an editor at the now defunct Wireless Flash. When not writing music Moye writes news of the weird for a variety of outlets including AOL News and the Huffington Post.
47 years old in 2012, and a fifth generation resident of San Diego, Moye says he has the same birthday as Reggie Bush. But none of the athletic ability. Moye as musician is an on-again off-again proposition. He has performed at various neighborhood open mic nights and local coffee shops including the Café Libertalia in Hillcrest.