I see headphones, a guitar, a drum set and plaid shirts! David’s in the recording studio! Music to our ears! Literally. Stephanie Mabey is with him. That can only mean another glorious song! The excitement is building for what’s to come. And I’m hanging on for the ride!
Posted by bebereader on Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Posted by bebereader on Tuesday, September 30, 2014
On Wednesday, October 1, there will be a radio station completely devoted to David’s music! Archie Radio will broadcast live!
From Archie Radio Twitter:
“The music, the voice, the live… and just everything about David Archuleta. To listen to Archie Radio on your smartphone or tablet, type http://archieradio.noip.me in the browser of your mobile device.”
Archie Radio Official Website: http://archieradio.caster.fm/
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/archieradiostation
Twitter page: https://twitter.com/archieradio
Email address: email@example.com
Posted by djafan on Friday, September 26, 2014
:) tune in this Sunday if you’d like to hear the song!
#Glorious https://www.facebook.com/FM100.3/photos/a.118718599321.95341.9283064321/10152784225669322/?type=1&theater …
Be sure and tune in this Sunday for a sneak preview of a new recording by David Archuleta–it’ll heard near the… http://fb.me/4c283VfS8
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 by Angelica on Friday, September 19, 2014
I recently came across this interview of Ashton Kutcher on Ellen, talking about his speech at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards. He won the Teen Choice Award for “Ultimate Choice.”
Here is the actual speech he gave.
In 2008, David won the Teen Choice Award for “Most Fanatic Fans” and “Best Smile.” In 2009, he won the Teen Choice Award for “Breakout Artist of the Year,” “Best Love Song (Crush)” and “Best Tour (with Demi Lovato).” In 2010, he won “Best American Idol Alum.”
Now it is 2014 and David is no longer a teen. He is a grown man making choices that will affect the rest of his life. I find it interesting that while listening to Ashton’s views on life and the decisions/attitudes young people should adopt to be successful, I thought of David. Listen as Ashton elaborates the three talking points of his speech:
“The first thing is about opportunity. The second thing is about being sexy. And the third thing is about living life.”
In what ways do you think this view reflects/deviates from the path David is on now?
Posted by Angelica on Thursday, September 11, 2014
Posted by Angelica on Saturday, September 6, 2014
“The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and all science. He who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead: his eyes are closed.” Albert Einstein
I have a fairly long drive from my home to the nearest town, so when I’m not listening to music, I’m thinking.
This was the case the other day as I was driving in silence. I was anguishing over a dilemma that was causing me such pain of spirit and going round and round until a thought came galloping like a wild horse into my mind: “I just wish that something would just reach down out of the sky, just reach right down out of the heavens and OPEN MY EYES!” At the phrase, “open my eyes,” straight to my heart came the snippet of David singing those words. It actually made me shudder with wonder and in that very instant I felt convinced that this album he’s working on will be remarkable.
And my own answer came, not shaking my frame all at once, but in quiet little pieces, like pebbles sparkling one by one at the bottom of a clear pool that once was murky. We struggle at what we already know. We squeeze shut our eyes and curse the darkness.
We at The Voice will wait and stand by him or float, if necessary, on what will become crystal clear in time. We will wait, because a singer with his gift will not come again in our lifetime, and because the same guidance that reached down into my car also guided him in that studio. The miracle is not that we are still here, but that we ever were. The miracle is that, for many of us, ever since we first heard him sing “Waiting on the World to Change,” our world has changed in a thousand positive ways. I know “it’s hard to be persistent when you’re standing at a distance.” But we keep right on waiting.
People usually consider walking on water or in thin air a miracle. But I think the real miracle is not to walk either on water or in thin air, but to walk on earth. Every day we are engaged in a miracle which we don’t even recognize: a blue sky, white clouds, green leaves, the black, curious eyes of a child — our own two eyes. All is a miracle.
Thich Nhat Hanh
Posted by Angelica on Thursday, August 28, 2014
How happy does this make you? Happier than a VIP fan on the front row of a room without a roof? Yeah. I thought so. I’m right there with ya.
Posted by Angelica on Saturday, August 23, 2014
I wonder if he’s going.
I wonder if it’s true.
Is he going to matriculate?
To good ole BYU?
I wouldn’t blame him if he did.
Aim higher at some learning.
I wouldn’t blame him
Aim sky high!
Just don’t forget
Us down here yearning.
For the music and the VOICE
That in this moment
Made us weep,
The next rejoice.
Still waiting patiently,
The next rejoice.