Mr. Anthony David is coming to St. Louis this upcoming Saturday. The singer, songwriter, and guitar player will be gracing downtown St. Louis singing tracks from his recently released album As Above So Below as well as several others from his 7 year career as an artist. The Atlanta native and good friend of India Arie will be featured with several other St. Louis neo-soul artists on the stage of The Old Rockhouse (1200 S. 7th St.). If you remember the duet “Words” with India Arie released in 2009 or “Something About You” you know his talent.Now his riveting story telling, passionate guitar playing and stirring voice is featured on his major label debut Acey Deucy and introduced the world to Soulbird Music, a new venture between Universal Republic Records and the multi-Grammy winning artist India Arie. David wrote the song “A Part Of My Life” for Arie’s 7x Grammy nominated album Acoustic Soul and then toured with her in support of that record. Shortly thereafter he released two independent albums, Three Chords & The Truth and Red Clay Chronicles. Both albums received high critical acclaim, including Atlanta Journal & Constitution’s rave “The best record to come of this city since Usher’s,” and earned David thousands of fans nationwide. It is a combination of songs from those two albums that made up his 2008 album Acey Deucy. Join VAE, The Conrad Agency, BFree St. Louis, & WhereUWant2B Entertainment in welcoming Mr. Anthony David to St. Louis.
Tickets are on sale now and are available at The Old Rockhouse as well as Metrotix. This is a 21+ event that is sure to please. Delux will definitely be in the building.
Check out Anthony David’s latest single below and as always… Be Bold. Be Sexy. Be Delux.
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