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David Duchovny talks Neil Young, U2, CSNY, & Paul McCartney

David Duchovny

Join David Duchovny as he delves into the intricate layers of his album "Gestureland." Discover his influences from Neil Young to McCartney, his creative process, and upcoming projects. A charismatic conversation about music and more.

David Duchovny reconnects with Kyle Meredith to dive into the nuances of his latest album, "Gestureland." The multi-talented artist discusses the rich tapestry of influences that permeate his third album, highlighting iconic figures like Neil Young, U2, Buffalo Springfield, CSNY, and Paul McCartney as sources of inspiration. Duchovny also playfully acknowledges the impact of a well-placed cowbell in music.

The actor, author, and musician offers insights into his creative process, shedding light on how his diverse musical tastes seamlessly weave into his own compositions. Beyond music, Duchovny provides a glimpse into his ongoing film and TV projects, including the highly anticipated Netflix series "The Chair," starring Amanda Peet. He also shares his aspirations for a comprehensive American tour in the future, promising fans a chance to experience his music live.

With his trademark charisma and a deep appreciation for musical artistry, David Duchovny's interview with Kyle Meredith delves into the creative mosaic that shapes his music and the diverse landscapes of his artistic endeavors.

Watch the interview above and then check out the videos below.

Kyle is the WFPK Music Director. Email Kyle at kmeredith@lpm.org

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