“Let me make the songs of a nation, and I care not who makes its laws.”
— Andrew Fletcher
Known for his signature guitar that says, “This Machine Destroys Hate,” Dave Soleil is a folk singer/songwriter writing music to change our world. From inspirational songs to the cold hard truth, his music gets compared to musicians from Ani DiFranco to Woody Guthrie. He has performed at numerous venues from the "Power To The Polls" Women's March Anniversary in Atlanta to street corner protests to political house parties.
“Love Songs to America” is Dave’s debut album featuring original favorites like the inspirational “Stand On The Mountain,” his tear-jerking "Blessed Refugees" for the migrant children separated from their families at the border, and the hilarious “What’s the Warmest City in Canada?” Poignant, strong and unapologetic, Dave Soleil brings resistance music to life for a new generation.
Dave is also helping lead the folk resistance as the lead organizer of Sing Out Defiance, a group of singer/songwriters cranking out modern day protest music mentored by folk legend Frank Hamilton.
Dave has played for numerous political events along side well-known speakers, such as:
- Stacey Abrams
- Alyssa Milano
- Teresa Tomlinson, Democratic Senate Candidate - GA
- Steve Henson, GA Senate Democratic Minority Leader
- Robert Trammell, GA House Democratic Minority Leader
- Nikema Williams, GA Senator, Democrat - Atlanta
- John Ossoff, former Democratic candidate
Dave has played for many diverse organizations, such as:
- Georgia Alliance for Social Justice
- Fair Fight Action
- Northeast Georgia Young Democrats
- Hall County Democrats
- Cherokee County Democrats
- Democratic Socialists of America
- Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta
- Beverly Unitarian Church - Chicago
- WRFG 89.3FM Community Radio