No matter how much one ages, some things never get old. For folk singer-songwriter David Wilcox, this couldn’t be more true.
Moving to North Carolina from Ohio in the early 80s, Wilcox has been at his trade for more than 30 years. He will visit The ArtsCenter on Monday in promotion of his sixteenth studio album, “Reverie.”
Dive had a chance to speak with the tenured musician.
Diversions: You’ve said your songs have generally been memoirs, but you describe your latest album as having a more story-like progression. Where along the line did you change your style after so many years?
David Wilcox: I don’t know. I think the process of putting together a CD is always surprising to me. After I gather a whole bunch of songs, it’s only in putting them all together that I realized that they’re different from my last set.