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The Stars That Hang Above

by Dave Sills

Released 2019
Window Sills Records
Released 2019
Window Sills Records
Intelligent, lyric-driven roots rock with Indie and Americana elements.
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The Stars That Hang Above is the fifth studio record (and first to be released on vinyl) by singer-songwriter Dave Sills. The album’s roots go back two years to when the rhythm section of drummer Justin O’Connell and bassist Adam Gardner asked Sills if he’d like to do a gig with their project, The Tchotchkes. Sills jumped at the opportunity and also roped in his long-time lead guitarist Chris Walke. At their …
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Sea of Strangers

by Dave Sills

Released 2010
Window Sills Records
Released 2010
Window Sills Records
What the world needs now. Lyrics that don't insult your intelligence. Melodies that stick in your head. Songs about love, death, and other health risks.
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Waiting Room

by Dave Sills

Released 2005
Window Sills Records
Released 2005
Window Sills Records
Melodies that stick in your head. Lyrics that aren't meaningless drivel. Ache and angst without being whiny. Recommended if you like Del Amitri, Peter Himmelman, Neil Finn, Counting Crows, Wallflowers, David Gray, Michael Penn, Lloyd Cole, Ryan Adams, etc
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Dave's back in the studio working on a new album. Get on his mailing list or check his website to keep up on tour dates and album info.

PERFORMING SONGWRITER magazine selected WAITING ROOM as one of their Top 12 DIY Albums for their July/August 2006 issue.

SHURE MICROPHONES have picked Dave to be one of the featured artists in the November 06 issue of "Shure Notes".

WAITING ROOM features "All Messed Up" as heard on Chicago's …
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Sometimes Nothing

by Dave Sills

Released 2002
Window Sills Records
Released 2002
Window Sills Records
Melodic guitar driven roots-pop with lyrics for people who listen to lyrics. Great for fans of: Del Amitri, Peter Himmelman, Crowded House, Counting Crows, The Wallflowers, David Gray, Michael Penn, Lloyd Cole etc.
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WHAT THEY'RE SAYING:
"Quite impressive." - Peter Himmelman, recording artist
"Really nice songs on here." - Richard Milne, WXRT 93.1 FM
"Refreshingly low-key... [with an] endearing wit that sets Sills apart from other singer-songwriters and has won him a legion of fans." - Old Town School of Folk Music
"Simply put, Dave Sills is a great artist and 'Sometimes Nothing' is a great record. This is a record that after numerous spins, continues to inspire me …
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