Dave Burland (born 12 July 1941, Barnsley, West Riding of Yorkshire, England) is an English folk singer and guitarist. A former policeman, he has been performing in English folk clubs since 1968 and has been described by The Guardian as having a "uniquely relaxed singing style".
In 1976 Burland joined the folk group Hedgehog Pie, which disbanded in 1978. He re-formed the group in 2010, with Mick Doonan and Jed Grimes.
He provided additional vocals on the track "Wild Goose" on Kate Rusby's award-winning 1999 album Sleepless.A Dalesman's Litany (LP), Leader Records (LER 2029), 1971; reissued as CD (LERCD2029), 1999
Dave Burland (LP), Trailer Records (LER 2082), 1972
Songs & Buttered Haycocks (LP), Rubber Records (RUB 012), 1975
You Can't Fool The Fat Man (LP), Rubber Records (RUB 036), 1979
Rollin' (LP), Moonraker Music (MOO 6), 1980s (date unknown)
Willin' (LP), Black Crow Records (CRO 223), 1989
His Master's Choice – The Songs Of Richard Thompson (CD), The Road Goes On Forever (RGFCD 009), 1994
Benchmark (CD), Fat Cat Records (FATCD004), 1996
Songs Of Ewan MacColl (LP), Rubber Records (RUB 027), 1978
Songs Of Ewan MacColl (LP), Black Crow Records (CRO 215), 1978
Just Act Normal (LP), Rubber Records (RUB 024), 1978
Hedgehog Pie Live! (CD), Blue Guitar (BGCD023), 2003
"William Taylor" on Voices – English Traditional Songs (CD), Fellside Recordings (ECD87), 1992
"The Shape of A Girl" on Street Cries – A Collection Of Dark Traditional Songs Re-Set In The Present Day By Ashley Hutchings (CD), Topic Records (TSCD535), 2001