David is probably best known for being the lead singer of the band Abnormal Sunday and working as contemporary music director for Hope Creek. He started playing in bands years ago and formed a band called Mirror Image that toured the East Coast. Mirror Image broke up as band members went to various colleges, marriages, etc... He later formed the band Abnormal Sunday while working as music director for Hope Creek. Abnormal Sunday was offered a contract through Grassroots Music distribution for their debut release, but the band decided not to take that step. They have sold cd''s all over the world through CDBaby and other online retailers as an indie artist. This CD is David''s first solo project since leaving Abnormal Sunday. It is more reflective in nature and contains themes about life, love, faith and doubt. The swirling sounds and influences of U2, Coldplay and the Beatles are evident in the mix. Dave hooked up with Dale Baker who is known for his drum work with award winning band Sixpence None the Richer and their song "Kiss Me". "Dale really helped bring the tracks to life" said David. All the sounds you hear besides drums are guitars - using different reverb effects - except for the 3 songs with acoustic piano. There are no synthesizers on this disc. "I wanted to keep it as real as possible". David played all the instruments and handled most of the the mixdown in Seattle, working with Tim Karman (drummer for The People Now) a reputable technician, producer and musician in the Seattle music scene. Randy Hayes at Cross-Eyed studio in Fuquay Varina, NC mastered the project. "It was a fun and therapeutic project to work on" David says, "and I think it captures my thoughts at the time of leaving Abnormal Sunday and North Carolina to live in Seattle, I''m excited to have it completed and I hope those who remember me from Hope Creek, Abnormal Sunday and Mirror Image will find it both entertaining and thought provoking".
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