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David Archuleta Goes To Hawaii

Posted by djafan on Monday, November 24, 2014

106,022 Views as of 7:30am 11/24/2014

Kalei quotes:

“His voice has matured and resonates with a silky, richness – it filled the entire venue and everyone was literally hypnotized and mesmerized by the depth of emotion in every single note.  He got a little choked up at the end of the Spanish portion, and it was all I could do to hold the phone steady and not cry  – even after all this time, David still has the power to move people to tears.”

“The bodyguards read the situation clearly and immediately surrounded David and Lupe and started moving them towards the exit.  Then panic ensued as people realized David was leaving, and the crowd went into full Reno Solo Tour GA (General Admission) mode – if you were at Reno, you know what I mean – and it took everything in my power not to get knocked down and trampled!  I was afraid for David – it was like the heyday of David Mania – and the bodyguards (I think there were six of them) linked arms and cut a path towards the exit and ushered David and Lupe into a waiting car where they were whisked off into the night, the red tail-lights getting smaller and smaller in the distance, and then he was gone.”

 And then there’s this:

instagram/davidarchie

Continuing my journey on the #northshore of Oahu with @climb_works . Such a blast! Nice people, and got me to try things I probably wouldn’t have before. Highly recommend checking out these awesome places in Hawaii! #CLIMB #hangingaround #zipline #iheartHawaii #SummerbreezeinNovember

Posted in @DavidArchie, David Archuleta, fillers, Hawaii, music, role models, The Voice, Uncategorized | Tagged: , , , , , , | 42 Comments »

David Archueta, Glorious & The Fan Supercut

Posted by djafan on Friday, November 14, 2014

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FAN SUPERCUT

Published on Nov 14, 2014

420+ “Glorious” submissions from all over the world and more than 720,000 of video views later, we finally have our supercut!

We are grateful to those who submitted videos, and those who participated by watching and supporting this cause in any way.

Check out the video above to see if your favorite videos made the cut!

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Posted in Contests, fillers, GLORIOUS, music, Musical icon, Uncategorized | Tagged: , , , , , , , , | 39 Comments »

Nashville Tribute Band Redeemer Album Release ~ #13 When The Son Of Man Comes Again By David Archuleta

Posted by djafan on Tuesday, November 4, 2014

credit @shadowbenny

credit Nashville Tribute Band

Track List

  • He Is Coming – Featuring John Cowan
  • John’s Song – Featuring Troy Johnson
  • What Manner of Man Is This? – Featuring Jason Deere and Chad Truman
  • Blind – Featuring Alex Boye
  • The One – Featuring Due West
  • Tears on His Feet – Featuring Cardin Lopez
  • What a Saint Should Be
  • Pilate’s Wife – Featuring Katherine Nelson
  • Soldier and the Thief – Featuring Jason Deere and Ben Truman
  • Peter (Wide Awake) – Featuring Diamond Rio
  • He Is Risen – Featuring Nathan Pacheco, Kassidy Osborn, SHeDAISY and John Cowan
  • Apostles – Featuring Jason Deere
  • When the Son of Man (Come Again) – Featuring David Archuleta
  • The Greatest Story – Featuring Ben Truman

 

TODAY is the release day for The Nashville Tribute Band new album  release “REDEEMER: A NASHVILLE TRIBUTE TO JESUS CHRIST” They will be having an  album release party in Orem, Utah at Deseret Book University Village 7pm.  They will be playing a few songs and rumor has it that they may have a surprise guest. Is it possible?  I hope so.  I’ve seen on twitter that many David Archuleta fans will be going so we may get pictures and praying for video!

The album is charting on itunes!  David Archuleta has writing credits on song #13, When The Son Of Man Comes Again which is the most purchased single on the album!

This from Nashville Tribute Band’s facebook:

Humbled and amazed that our new album REDEEMER: A NASHVILLE TRIBUTE TO JESUS CHRIST sits in the TOP 10 on the iTunes Christian & Gospel Chart tonight!

 

You can buy the album or single at Deseret Bookstore or itunes.

Also at Amazon where it’s also charting:

#1 in Music > Pop > Tributes

#27 in Music > Christian > Pop & Contemporary

 

From Deseret News:

Big names contribute to Nashville Tribute Band’s new ‘Redeemer’ album

In less than 10 years, The Nashville Tribute Band has released four albums and performed over 1,000 shows on three continents, but this week it will release what it considers its most important project so far.

The album, titled “Redeemer,” is about the life and mission of Jesus Christ and will be released Tuesday, Nov. 4. It will be available through Deseret Book and features guest performances from David Archuleta, Alex Boye, Diamond Rio, Katherine Nelson, Nathan Pacheco, SheDaisy and more.

Posted in @DavidArchie, David Archuleta, music, Nashville, The Voice | Tagged: , , , , , , | 54 Comments »

HAPPY HALLOWEEN ALL ARCHIES from THE VOICE DAVID ARCHULETA!

Posted by djafan on Friday, October 31, 2014

happy halloween a

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2014HALLOWEENCOLLAGE

 

Posted in @DavidArchie, David Archuleta, fandom, fillers, HALLOWEEN, Uncategorized | Tagged: , , , , , | 27 Comments »

“Glorious” by David Archuleta Supercut Invitation

Posted by djafan on Friday, October 24, 2014

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Listen to David give the details and see the instructions below on how to submit your video of “Glorious”!  I can’t wait to see the finished product!

Published on Oct 24, 2014

Submit your video entry in 3 easy steps:

1. Download the instrumental MP3 and lyrics (http://bit.ly/1yqNiu6) or sing along with the instrumental track at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ml6Up….
2. Record a video of yourself singing “Glorious” with the instrumental track
3. Upload your video to YouTube at http://youtube.com/upload
4. Make sure your title follows the format: “Glorious” by David Archuleta from Meet the Mormons Cover By (first name, last initial)
ex. “Glorious” by David Archuleta from Meet the Mormons Cover By Susan S.
5. In your video description, include your location (city, state and country), and your message for David.

All entries must be uploaded by Monday, November 3, 2014.
Winners will be announced Friday, November 7, 2014.

 Lyrics:

There are times when you might feel aimless
You can’t see the places where you belong
But you will find that there is a purpose
It’s been there within you all along

And when you’re near it
You can almost hear it.

It’s like a symphony – just keep listening
And pretty soon you’ll start to figure out your part
Everyone plays a piece and there are melodies
In each one of us, oh, it’s glorious

You will know how to let it ring out
As you discover who you are
Others around you will start to wake up
To the sounds that are in their hearts

It’s so amazing
What we’re all creating

It’s like a symphony – just keep listening
And pretty soon you’ll start to figure out your part
Everyone plays a piece and there are melodies
In each one of us, oh, it’s glorious

And as you feel the notes build you will see

It’s like a symphony – just keep listening
And pretty soon you’ll start to figure out your part
Everyone plays a piece and there are melodies
In each one of us, oh, it’s glorious

Posted in @DavidArchie, fan video, fandom, fillers, GLORIOUS, music, The Voice, Uncategorized | Tagged: , , , , , , , , | 35 Comments »

David Archuleta & Social Media

Posted by djafan on Tuesday, October 7, 2014

glorious collage

Lots of unexpected activity these past couple of weeks, all things David Archuleta.  Here are some stats from social media.  I added winners Cook and McCreery, who is also attending college, for comparison.

David Archuleta Social Media Activity

DA next big graph

 

David Archuleta & David Cook

Considering that Cook was the winner I think David has done more than pretty good without the AI machine.

dc next big graph

 

David Archuleta & Scotty McCreery

Scotty has a label and all the backing from the country music community who are very supportive and yet you can see that David is holding his own without much effort on his part.

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All this buzz has taken me by surprise and I’m fascinated with all these numbers.  I realize it’s not a science but it’s information that the media uses for measuring popularity.

So this got me wondering as to what social media all you commenters and lurkers use in relation to David Archuleta. So, lets take a poll!  You can pick one or several.

Here are the links to the David’s social media for your convenience.

FACEBOOK

YOUTUBE

WIKIPEDIA

TWITTER

INSTAGRAM

 

DA at conf

 

Posted in @DavidArchie, David Archuleta, fandom, fillers, music, poll, The Voice, Uncategorized | Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , | 126 Comments »

#Glorious The Music Video

Posted by djafan on Wednesday, October 1, 2014

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Posted in @DavidArchie, David Archuleta, music, Musical icon, The Voice, Uncategorized | Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , | 108 Comments »

David Archuleta Radio Interview & Song #Glorious

Posted by djafan on Friday, September 26, 2014

:) tune in this Sunday if you’d like to hear the song!

Be sure and tune in this Sunday for a sneak preview of a new recording by David Archuleta–it’ll heard near the…


Be sure and tune in this Sunday for a sneak preview of a new recording byDavid Archuleta–it’ll heard near the end of the soon-to-be-released movie “Meet the Mormons,” but you can hear it sooner than that!

You can hear an interview with David plus the new recording on FM100.3 or online at http://www.softsundaysounds.com/ this Sunday at the end of the first music set in the 7am, 9am, 12pm, 2pm, and 4pm hours.

Posted in @DavidArchie, @FM1003, fillers, music, Uncategorized | Tagged: , , , , , , , | 95 Comments »

David Archuleta – A Blog from Afghanistan

Posted by djafan on Friday, July 18, 2014

Photo 1: I don’t think that’s how you properly salute, but oh well haha. We have to wear the body armor sometimes when we travel from one base to another on military aircraft here in Afghanistan.

 

Hey everyone,

I have written a letter to my family and friends, but I decided that I should share it with all of you as well:

First off, I am sorry that I can never write less than an essay and that my emails are always so long! But please bear with me and my imperfections with this one.

I wanted to write to all of you seeing as this last week has been quite incredible for me. Right now I am writing this to you as blasting winds full of dust attack my face and my eyes (I’m outside to have some time to myself). I am currently in Afghanistan, and as I don’t know when I will ever be here again I would like to take the time to write to you under interesting circumstances.

What am I doing here? I was invited by a man named Dan Clark. He is a world renown speaker who is the main contributor to the Chicken Soup for the Soul book series. He has spoken many, many times to the troops all over the world. We are joined by a professional impersonator/comedian named Jason Hewlett (he’s hilarious), and my voice trainer Dean Kaelin (accompanying me on the piano and guitar, and performing himself a number) to do a military tour. It is a tour with the focus to inspire and give an uplifting message to the troops as we entertain.

July 8th we left for the Middle East. We began in the country of Bahrain– a country I had never even heard of before. Afterwards we went to Kuwait. It was amazing to see how empty it is here terrain-wise: sand, sun, dust, and desert. However, due to oil and gas these are very wealthy countries. We visited an Islamic mosque and I was amazed to see that they believe in prophets, and even believe in Jesus Christ… As a prophet of God; not as the Only Begotten, yet they believe that He will come again. It is Ramadan here which is the month of fasting, where they cannot eat or drink from sunrise until sunset. We cannot eat or drink in front of them, and have to keep long-sleeve shirts and pants when in public Muslim-eye to not offend their traditions.

Anyway, this is a military tour, not a desert tourist trip. I wanted to express my love for these military men and women. Here in Afghanistan– along with in Iraq–they are in combat and there are attacks going on. I was surprised at the friendships and the respect the local people have with and for the troops, as the reason why we have been in these countries is to protect these people from opposing groups who seek for power and are extremists and terrorists trying to overtake the countries. We are now making transitions to let the Afghan military take charge of defending their own country so that they may strengthen their own sense of duty and value those rights and liberties more by taking the lead themselves.

We have met so many fathers who have yet to meet their newborn babies in person; they are out in this blazing heat of 100-140 degrees day to day (and wow it feels like a hair-dryer blowing in your face!). We have seen and felt their appreciation for us being here as we “come out of our way” to meet with them, perform for them, and let them know we love them — it is the LEAST we can do!! It is amazing to have them come up and say, “you don’t know how much this means to us. Thank you for coming to see us and break the routine. You bring a piece of home.”

These are people who learn what the word “duty” means. They literally put their lives on the line with rockets being shot at the bases, mines exploding their and civilians’ paths, and suicide bombers coming at them. It is real, but they do it because of their duty to our families and to our country, and to their duty to protecting countries and people who cannot do it alone. How grateful I am for their dedication and for them being awakened to their duty.

I hope the next time you see one of these service men and women, you think of their commitment that they have to this duty: to protecting our amazing and beautiful country where we have freedom, and working to help others have freedom as well. We take what we have for granted– whether- we go to the air-conditioned malls, or sit at our peaceful homes bored. Let us think twice about our liberty that we have in this promised land, and how God has truly blessed us. During this trip we are also getting to do some special faith-based events that we call firesides. It has been a wonderful bonus to the trip.

We have one more week of shows, and I will try and give you another (shorter) update as we come to a close.

I hope you are all well!

David

P.S. I’ve attached some photos.

Photo 2: This is a mortar with some army men that is setup to shoot back quickly at locations where incoming attacks come from.

Photo 3: These army men use those giant explosion-protected vehicles in the back to search for mines. They basically go through explosions many times so that it doesn’t happen to other military troops and civilians in normal cars or walking.

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Dan Clark shares video!

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David Archuleta Going Overseas! “An Evening Of Music, Comedy, and Motivational Theater”

Posted by djafan on Wednesday, July 2, 2014

VLOG!!!

 

Idk why I couldn’t get the video up, but my little sister helped me. I know it’s not the most convenient place to do a video, but oh well.

Thanks to all of those who tuned into the Face2Face Chat last week! if you missed it go here:

English: youth.lds.org
Español: jovenes.lds.org

Going to Costa Rica this weekend for a project that you’ll hear more about later, and then off to the Middle East and Africa to go see the Airforce Troops and do some singing for them. :)

Pardon the razor burns if you notice them. I had a bad shave this morning and wasn’t able to get the job done properly.

Utahns To Entertain Troops Overseas in “An Evening of Music, Comedy and Motivational Theater”

Dan Clark speaks to the troops all over the world and has performed in Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait and Africa.
This time he was invited by Armed Forces Entertainment to put together a 90 minute show. So he invited David Archuleta and Jason Hewlett to join him in “An Evening of Music, Comedy and Motivational Theater.”

The format is a variety show where Dan shares one of his world famous stories from the Chicken Soup For The Soul book series, that sets up a song performed by David Archuleta, followed by comic relief in a five minute bit by Jason Hewlett.

There are messages throughout, dealing with suicide prevention, divorce prevention and resiliency issues.

David’s song list includes “Bridge Over Troubled Water”, “Take Me Home” and John Lennon’s “Imagine”, mixed with his own pop hit “Crush” and more!

Jason Hewlett pulls the funniest faces and impersonates Michael Jackson, Lady Gaga, Adell, among others.

They leave on July 8 and perform for our combat troops 18 times on bases throughout Afghanistan, and in Kuwait, Bahrain, Ethiopia and Djbouti.

You can watch video on Good4Utah.com

Posted in @DavidArchie, Imagine, music, The Voice, TROOPS, vlog | Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , | 58 Comments »

 
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