Friday, December 12

Photos & Article: David Duchovny Talks Music with Berklee College Of Music Students

Actor David Duchovny had some good advice for students at Berklee College of music yesterday, where the X-Files star was speaking to a class about his upcoming record, his new band, and how to find the right musicians to play with.

“Resilience is the most important part of your career,” Duchovny said. “You have to keep trying.”
At that point, Duchovny was actually speaking about his acting career, responding to a question from a Berklee student about how he juggles so many projects and paths. But now that Showtime series Californication is in the books and upcoming NBC drama Aquarius has finished filming, Duchovny has shifted his focus to music, and could very well have been talking about his newfound hobby.

David Duchovny at the Berkelee College of Music in Boston - December 11, 2014

From left: Colin Lee, David Duchovny,
Brad Davidson, and professor Jay Fialkov
at Berklee College of Music on Thursday.
Actor David Duchovny, best known for his roles as FBI agent/conspiracist Fox Mulder on “The X Files” and lothario/novelist Hank Moody on “Californication,” will put his acting career on hold next year to release a double album on the Boston label ThinkSay Records. On Thursday, the actor-turned-musician, his producer, Berklee grad Colin Lee, as well as ThinkSay president Brad Davidson, spoke to a class of Berklee students about their collaborative process. “I never expected any of this to happen,” Duchovny said to the classroom of students and photographers, “I’m not a musician. . . . It’s kind of a dream for me.” During the session, Duchovny revealed that he has always had a penchant for poetry, so writing lyrics was a natural next step. When Davidson, a former executive for Warner Bros. and Columbia Records, first heard demos of Duchovny’s songs, he said it had a “[Bob] Dylan-esque, Lou Reed, R.E.M. feel.” “David is really the album we’re focusing on this year,” he said.

Wednesday, December 10

DAVID DUCHOVNY IS IN BOSTON THIS WEEK RECORDING HIS NEW ALBUM, ‘HELL OR HIGHWATER’

When it comes to David Duchovny and music, we immediately think back to Catatonia’s mid-’90s post-Britpop hit “Mulder & Scully.” But apparently the X-Files and Californication actor fancies himself a musician in his own right, and will be in Boston this week recording his new album and speaking to students at Berklee College of Music.

We’re told Duchnovy is in town recording his first studio record, titled Hell or Highwater, at Q Division in Somerville. The album is set for March 2015 release via Boston label ThinkSay Records, which last year signed a distribution deal with Caroline. Back in May, ThinkSay posted a teaser clip to one of Duchovny’s songs, “Let It Rain,” which you can preview below.

Saturday, December 6

Fanpics: David Duchovny at the recording studio - December 5, 2014

Marissa said:"Had another great day in the studio with @davidduchovny and @thinksayrecords ..,thanks guys :) I enjoy being a part of the crew #vacation #studio #recording #elfvoices #rockstarshades"

Thursday, December 4

250 copies of "Holy Cow" signed by David Duchovny

One of 250 limited edition numbered copies of the first edition of "Holy Cow" Signed by the author David Duchovny. 

Published by Headline in association with Goldsboro Books.

February, 2015. 





Photos: David Duchovny filming the last episode of "Aquarius" Season 1 - November 2014

David Duchovny on the set of "Aquarius" filming the last episode of Season 1, November 2014 

Page Six: West Duchovny drops $17K on Knicks tickets

West Duchovny and David Duchovny
The surprise big spender at UNICEF’s Snowflake Ball Tuesday night was a teen.

Madelaine “West” Duchovny, 15, daughter of David Duchovny and Téa Leoni, made a winning bid of $17,000 for courtside seats to a Knicks-Mavericks game.

The tickets were auctioned off by former NBA star Dikembe Mutombo, who did his trademark finger wag when bids came in too low, and Kimberly Chandler, wife of Mavericks player Tyson Chandler.

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