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    David James Archuleta (born December 28, 1990) is an American singer-songwriter and actor. At ten years old, he won the children's division of the Utah Talent Competition leading to other television singing appearances.[6] When he was twelve years old, Archuleta became the Junior Vocal Champion on Star Search 2.[6] In 2007, at sixteen years old, he became one of the youngest contestants on the seventh season of American Idol.[7] In May 2008 he finished as the runner-up, receiving 44 percent of over 97 million votes.

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By Jenny, David Archuleta’s Fan By Accident

Posted by bebereader on Tuesday, June 28, 2016

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He embodied everything that I felt I was missing or have lost: youth, beauty, vitality, charm, talent, genuineness, quiet confidence.

His beautiful singing enveloped the whole amphitheater surrounded by red rocks in the cold November evening. There he was on stage, confidently alternating playful, folksy banter with the audience and singing filled with youthful passion, yearning, energy, playfulness, tenderness, and compassion. His voice had transformed from the angelic, pure sound of his teenage years into a warmer, deeper, sensual sound of a young man at the peak of his life.

I became his fan by accident. When IOS 8 song recognition feature first came out, it kept recommending David Archuleta’s songs no matter what I sang to Siri. (I don’t sound anything like him and I am a terrible singer.) After being annoyed initially, I gave in and listened to his rendition of “Silent Night”.

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From the first note, I was struck by the beauty of his voice. His tone was like the most intimate, tender whisper, prolonged. Each phrase was infused with tenderness. So many nuances of gentle crescendo, heart-wrenching surge, perfectly-controlled decrescendo and phrase endings that sounded like caresses. Each verse sounded more intense and the part that hit me like a sledgehammer came after the stirring orchestral modulation up to E Major. His rendition of the third verse there sounded like his entire heart just tore open with unbearable feeling of love and adoration. I suddenly felt a surge of endorphins in my brain like the time I indulged in dessert wine and chocolate together. Only it was much more powerful and I felt my throat and chest feel tighter with overwhelming emotions. I felt tears welling in my eyes. It was as if a gate had opened and all the emotions I had suppressed, didn’t feel entitled to, flowed out at once. I also yearned for what I think he was feeling – heart filled with awe, love and devotion. I listened to that recording all day long, then listened to anything I could find on YouTube of his singing.

I was obsessed.

I found out about his concerts in Utah from his equally obsessed Twitter fans. I had created a Twitter account just to follow my new idol.

Concert in St. George! Beautiful outdoor venue. I plotted my getaway. Stop at Vegas, stay at spa resort near the amphitheater, visit Zion. I pleaded with my husband and being the kind-hearted person he is, he said, “You totally deserve it.”

There I was at the amphitheater, bundled up, soaking up everything that this young man put out on stage. He closed his eyes often when he was expressing strong emotions and he danced adorably around the stage during the more upbeat songs. I was surprised that the object of my obsession looked so young.

His quick eyes, when he had them opened, scanned the audience and seemed to take in everything. They expressed fleeting moments of amusement, minor irritation at times, alarm, brief, icy look perhaps at people looking a little too intensely at him. I don’t think he is quite the clumsy, innocent nerd he portrays himself to be. Very serious, thoughtful and disciplined maybe.

What was I doing there? What did I want from him? All I know is that I was not thinking about any of my problems during the concerts. I was enchanted and bewitched by the beautiful sounds coming from this beautiful young man, David Archuleta.

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69 Responses to “By Jenny, David Archuleta’s Fan By Accident”

  1. bebereader said

    Bringing Abrra’s comment over from last thread:

    Abrra said….

    Love this smile!



  2. bluesky4home said

    Jenny “fan by accident”. I feel your pain/love/joy/amazement/wonder/gratitude. ^_^

    I also became a fan-by-accident.

    Your article is articulate and totally believable. I bow, nod, and shake hands from afar. Stay in there.
    What do we “want” from him? Kinda hard to say sometimes.
    Just: be who you are, DA.

    It’s like: what would I ask of the sun? Just, shine.


  3. Abrra said


    Welcome to The Voice!

    Thank you for sharing your newbie fan experience. I can tell you that every emotion you felt was common to all of us fans. I like hearing how someone discovered David’s music and yours is as unique as they come. One fan reported that she got bit by the ODD bug just from watching David singing a duet with Mylie Cyrus on her show.

    You have a gift for writing down what lives in your heart. I hope you will continue to write about your David journey and share here as the spirit moves you.

    Be sure to check Abrra’s Candy Jar (click the picture on the left sidebar near the top) for tons of David’s live concert music and videos for download. You have a bit of catching up to do and ain’t it grand ?? 🙂



  4. tawna21 said

    Thank you, Jenny, for sharing with us your move to ‘our world’. Each of us is unique in the way we found David, but we are one in heart regarding our love and admiration for this young man. The man with the voice and spirit that touches our souls, and leaves us better than we were a few minutes ago. And, a word of caution concerning your feelings: don’t fight it! We all gave in a looooongg time ago and just go with the flow — it’s a good place to be. 😀 Welcome to The Voice. Come back daily. We have a cozy space to talk till our hearts are content.

    Umm, Abrra, that top pic in #1. How beautiful does it get!!?!!


  5. Pat Parham said

    Wow, wow, wow!!!! That was the most beautifully written comment ( sorry, I know there is a better word for it, but can’t come up with it, old age I guess) You said everything I have always wanted to say about David, and when he sang Silent Night, I was brought to tears watching him sing that, the feeling was very strong and it went out and captured every ones heart.. she expressed it perfectly, there is nothing I can add, except the fact that he got a standing ovation for that, have you EVER know anyone to get a standing ovation for singing Silent Night??? He is the most enduring young man, appeals to ALL ages, you can see that at every concert! At Tuacahn last Nov. I was there, freezing to death but David warned it up as he always does. I am going back again this coming Nov.

    Jenny, you should become a writer, I would love to print your comment off to read it over and over, if I knew how!! It was excellent and if you are a writer, you are a darn good one!!! Thanks for saying EVERY thing I have always wanted to say about David, you said it musically. I really love this guy, can’t go through a day without listening to him sing. He has always filled my lonely days with joy. I am an old grandmother!!! you don’t have to be young to love David! Thank you for that wonderful read!!


  6. amb4da said

    What she said!
    Jenny, on all counts…you nailed it.
    Straight forward and to the point, I think you’ve described a lot of fans’ experience in one way or another. The power David’s voice and emotional connection to the music, and its affects on me, is still something I can’t quite wrap my head around entirely, or ever will if I haven’t yet. Often it’s best felt but describing it falls short…you’ve done as best as I’ve read in a while.
    My experience with Silent Night (my immediate favorite off CFTH cd) was so similar…thank you for putting it into words for me, all these years later. (“Love’s puuurrre light…still gets to me!) That tightness in your chest you describe…I recall so often having to hold onto my chest when the emotions struck me…sometimes having to stop the cd for a bit…too much to take in at once. He’s got that key to connecting to the music, the emotion, the lyric, the listener…that is unmatched.
    Anyway…it’s still amazing to read posts like this from fans who have felt the same.
    Thanks for beautifully expressing your experience and to the The Voice for sharing it.
    …and always to David…for that rare gift and the music.
    dang…I need to see a show soon.


  7. Jenny said

    Thank you all for your kind comments! I didn’t know my reaction to his music is so universal among Archies! When it comes to David, my heart just ..I don’t have words for it! Thank you for the warm welcome and I can’t give enough thanks to all those who work on these fan sites for all the hard work you do for David every day.


  8. Abrra said

    Pat #5

    I have sent you an email.



  9. Abrra said

    Thanks Ali FOD comments:

    Looks like he is up to some church stuff on a Tuesday.


  10. Dayzee said

    Thank you Jenny for your beautiful story. A well-told tale that helps us all explain our thoughts of David. I have spent a couple of days on the road with David music for company. It’s great when I have that much time to get through all my David stuff, mostly from Abrra’s candy jar. A coincidence that when Silent Night came on this morning I was overwhelmed with how special that rendition is. Surprised to find it here today in the middle of summer. It would be a shame to only hear that one month of the year.

    And Tuacahn was a magical experience. Can’t wait for the next one.

    Add my name to the list of smile lovers from the pic at #1. No vestige of a “clumsy, innocent nerd” there.


  11. Jenny said

    Hi Dayzee! I know, I was sitting next 2 u and had drinks w u at Sandy!😉
    I listen to Christmas music all year long. I can’t wait to see all of u at Tuacahn!


  12. jans11 said

    Thanks, Jenny for a wonderful post that describes what all us archufans feel. Him being “undescribable”, you were absolutely on the money with it all! I loved this part: “What was I doing there? What did I want from him? All I know is that I was not thinking about any of my problems during the concerts. I was enchanted and bewitched by the beautiful sounds coming from this beautiful young man, David Archuleta.” I have always thought that when watching him working his wonders on stage! And no there is no clumsy little nerd up there,,,he is so talented it oozes from every pore! 🙂


  13. gladys1961 said

    David came into my life at the right time, and every day I thank for it.
    I saw David in St. George, in November last year for the first time (before I had seen Elder Archuleta) .he surpassed all my expectations. I understand your feelings Jenny, because I have the same feelings too.


  14. bebereader said

    Dear Jenny,

    Thank you for sharing with us the unique way you became a fan. Your article warms my heart and makes me feel like a senior in school, welcoming in a freshman. Most of us have been here since David was a contestant on Season Seven of “American Idol”, eight years ago so all of the emotions you’re going through are familiar.

    As for his “Silent Night”, you’re preaching to the choir, pun intended. LOL I remember being online with fans when we first heard it. We played it over and over again at “….love’s pure light”. We just couldn’t get enough. His entire Christmas cd “Christmas From The Heart” is Grammy-worthy, IMHO. Try to attend one of his Christmas shows, if you can.

    Thanks to the Internet we’re a fanbase that has stayed in touch and have become real friends. So come back here often. David continues to be one of the great joys in my life; he has proven himself over and over that “this crush ain’t going away”. 😀


  15. Jenny said

    There is nothing like hearing him live. I love live music, especially since I think something about modern recording process that flattens and digitizes sound too much. (I wish I knew more about recording process to be able to articulate this properly)
    I liked “The Prayer” and “Glorious” but something about some tracks on his some of his older albums, they sound infinitely better live. Visual is not bad either live, I have to admit.

    Jans11 and Gladys, I’m glad we feel the same about David’s music. I love it best when he sings lyrical songs, but I love his voice so much, I’ve come to like “Crush” too like those teenagers.

    I’m sorry I didn’t address each of you individually earlier. My life during the day now is very ..hectic right now. I’ve got my Bose headphone and David songs geared up to help me through the day! God bless all of you kindred souls!


  16. Jenny said

    Thank you Bebereader! And thank you for the wonderful edit!
    Definitely one of the greatest joys in my life also! I can only go to Christmas show if it’s in SoCal because of family from both sides, so keeping my fingers crossed!


  17. Abrra said

    So happy to see you again Gladys! I looked up your articles about seeing Elder Archuleta in Chile so that Jenny can share the excitement you felt on your first time hearing David sing live.

    Gladys is from Argentina. She went to see David twice at LDS sponsored events in Chile in 2012.
    I hope you can take a few minutes and read these older articles. I think you can relate to the experience.
    (We had a special chat meeting in our video channel with Gladys as guest.)



  18. Jenny said

    Wow, Gladys! I loved your piece you wrote after attending the devotional in Chile! Thank you Abrra for sharing the link! I can just picture the David mania she described there! Yes, I can relate to all your reactions to David and his singing!
    I think you were at Tuacahn too, right? Hope to see you this November also!


  19. Abrra said

    You went to one more where he sang Eye of the Tiger? When was that? I can find a post by month/year in the archives.
    That was a truly fun post.



  20. djafan said


    Reading your beautifully written piece made me teary. It’s filled with admiration and love for this wonderful young man but expressed with so much heart. I felt your words, you have a gift. Thank you so much for sharing them with us.

    I was blessed to have been able to go to Salt Lake to see David with Motab, it is an experience that I’ll forever cherish. I had heard him sing Silent Night but Motab was epic. The arrangement was the same as the recorded version and his voice had a life of it’s own. There aren’t words to describe the sound coming from him, it touched my soul and all of 22,000 in attendance by their reaction. Everyone jumped to their feet including my husband, unforgettable.

    Oh and seeing him again for the first time in St George, seeing all the fans I hadn’t seen in years was so much fun. I didn’t know you were there! So glad I was able to spend time with you at Chapman. As soon as dates for his Christmas shows are announced we need to make plans! I’m sure he will have one withing driving distance for us, he just must 🙂

    And thank you again.

    And a shout out to Bebe and Abrra, my wonderful co-adms!


  21. Jenny said

    Hi DJA! You are so sweet. I thank David for bringing such a sweet, smart lady like you into my life! When I talked to you, I was so surprised that we had almost identical reactions to David! Now I see that there are others!
    I didn’t know you or anyone at Tuacahn but everyone was so friendly!
    I want to see a David Christmas concert!!
    I want to be more like you – smart, kind and considerate and fluent in Spanish!


  22. Abrra said

    Does David have a twin? 😉



  23. Abrra said

    Shelley has a ton of Safford pics on her Facebook page to click through.



  24. skydancer1x said

    Dear Jenny,
    As I was reading your beautifully eloquent post, I paused to dwell on the Silent Night video, and well, before I knew it I just fell down the rabbit hole for a couple hours haha ..ended up watching the entire Christmas From the Heart tour of 2011 and more.
    It happens. Nobody does Christmas songs like David.

    Silent Night ……when I saw him sing it live,well.. tears wet my cheeks before I knew what was even happening.Somehow he elicits chills,and breath holding, and physical responses from me when he sings that no other singer can do..
    Kind of just opens your soul and lets it breathe,and all while he’s operating…on your heart.

    Your post said it all and really made me smile, so heartfelt and beautifully written. Thank you Jenny for sharing,When you are a fan of DA, well we all get it , so welcome home 🙂 You have lots of company. ♥


  25. Jenny said

    Thank you Sky! I’m so jealous of people who got to hear it live! But David can sing anything and I’m in heaven. Hearing him live is bliss.


  26. beloirti said

    Thanks to everyone who shares here. David touches our hearts and souls. As we spread his “little light” to others, loads are lightened. He makes loving each other so easy and such a joy. Our world is easier to live in because of him. “Out of small things great things…”

    Hi to all….Looked for a familiar face at Sandy. Finally saw Dayzee. I watched and waved but didn’t catch your eye….forgot I could have touched out with my cell phone, duh . That was one beautiful night. Hugs to all. Betty


  27. djafan said

    Jenny Jenny Jenny, We will practice Spanish for when you speak to David (heehee)

    Betty so great you went to Sandy! Dayzee is a great concert buddy 🙂

    Thank you all for commenting and welcoming Jenny! She’s a sweetheart.

    And Abrra that’s not David, does look like him at first glance.

    Lookie here.


  28. angelofdja said

    Hi Jenny! Welcome to Archu-Land!
    I read your post to my hubby, when finished he said, “I know that girl”! There are a whole bunch of really fabulous folks who “feel you”!
    Thanks so very much for sharing your “finding David” story with us!


  29. Abrra said

    Great image of reaching out!



  30. djafan said

    I’m thinking The Archuleta is a tad excited. Great choice of picture, love exchange 🙂


  31. jans11 said

    New photo from David on his twitter page…says new music coming! (can’t bring it over…tried to do what you said Abs, but didn’t work for me!) 🙂


  32. jans11 said

    Well, there it is! Good minds think a like! 🙂


  33. jans11 said

    Scrolling down, #29 was not on my computer til just now… Looks like I am totally stupid! Hate when that happens! LOL 🙂


  34. jans11 said

    But that “new music coming” is music to my ears! Probably going to release a few songs at a time, but that’s ok…It’s new music! 🙂 Night everyone!


  35. gladys1961 said

    I miss our meetings Saturday night.


  36. Abrra said

    Jan no stress. An admin will always get the tweets and IG’s posted.

    This IG has a bit more music info.


  37. Abrra said

    I found Gladys’ 3rd article about seeing Elder Archuleta perform. It’s a wonderful read and the song list is an impressive mix of inspiration and Spanish salsa.

    The Archive menu on the left sidebar is a treasure trove of goodies. Pick any month and I can guarantee you that David will keep you smiling.



  38. bluesky4home said

    Thinking about his picture in the instagram above and where he was when he came home.

    DA: you’ve come a LONG way, baby!!! ^_^ (so happy!)


  39. Jenny said

    How adorable is #29 #36 pic? I mentioned the little tiny girl on the bottom who looks to be in danger of being squished on Twitter, but I deleted the tweet cause I didn’t want to be a Debbie Downer, lol. I’m really not a fan of the whole rushing toward the stage thing. I’m sure it’s fun but also seems chaotic and an accident waiting to happen. But I may be a tad jealous of the young girls. lol
    How ridiculous is that?

    I heard that someone tried to pull David off the stage?
    You pay good money to get good seat and people randomly just walk up and block your view. Too negative? Anyway, he looks adorable. So excited for new music!!!


  40. Abrra said

    More than once, David has asked the crowd to back up so that folks won’t get hurt. Once he gave his water bottle from the stage when a fan fainted in Boston. But that was not a mosh situation, she just got overwhelmed.
    This crowd in the IG was only about 6 ppl deep (saw them rush the stage in a video) all young teens, so I think there wasn’t any real danger.

    If Dayzee was in the rushing horde, then I take everything back!! 😉 She is way dangerous. 🙂



  41. Abrra said

    This was posted 1 day ago but not sure what stage that is. The suit is throwing me off . It’s the same day as #9 above.

    GAH!! Can we see enough military David??

    I had to make a puzzle!



  42. Jenny said

    Yes, I see how Dayzee could do some real damage. 😆
    Still don’t like mosh way to know who is coming and can get out of hand.
    Do NOT block my view of David little girls! I’m not one of the nice old ladies.


  43. djafan said

    Gladys, We have to try to get a Saturday going. I think Jenny will like 🙂

    Abrra, Instagram is all kinds of win!!!!

    And did I mention what a great picture David chose to do a tbt??? Symbolism? I believe so 🙂

    Dayzee for sure will be in the horde and I right behind her hahaha

    I don’t believe Jenny knows the chair incident in Arizona because of the young ready to rush the stage.


  44. Abrra said

    Back to the archives to September 2011 to find out just who started the chair mosh.

    “So I grabbed the sides of my chair…” Djafan



  45. Jenny said

    Hahaha I just read the chair moshing entry. Liz-mags and I think alike but I wouldn’t have dared to move my chair.

    #28? Uh oh. Lol. Thank u for the welcome. I love having these platforms where we can share our love for DA music and also DA (for me) so freely!


  46. Abrra said

    I hope you read the comments. So much more info and mini recap’s by fans who attended the show which was called “This Is Not A David Archuleta Concert” 😉 Someone on the staff said that to Djafan and the fandom exploded with laughter.



  47. jans11 said

    Your puzzle was 9 times the fun, Abs! 🙂 Thanks!

    I know you all will get all info out there. There is no way I can do what you guys do! 🙂

    I also had the privilege to hear his Silent Night live. He has given me so many good memories! Loved MOTAB! That was a great 4 days!

    Will never forget “this is not a David Archuleta concert!” 10 or 15 feet between us and the stage was ok when the opener was on, but nope, nada, not, was it ok when David came on! 🙂 When the first row started moving up, the whole bunch of us picked up our chairs and moved up! It was so much fun, we were all laughing and totally enjoyed the rest of the show! 🙂

    The worst mosh pit was in Wichita, KS when me and my daughter went to the concert that David was part of. There were about 8 different singers that performed and the young girls were so crowded in front that they were passing out and being taken out by the security guards. We were sitting over to the side and wasn’t about to get in the middle of it! 🙂 A friend was down there with her daughter and said it was terrible. David was sick and sitting back stage with a towel over his head, but when he performed he never faltered! He was awesome as usual, singing 4 songs!


  48. jans11 said

    Here is David singing SBL in Wichita! I know it looks like fun but it was a mess. I have been on the front row in one and it was fun..this not so much.


  49. Abrra said

    Lets do this 🙂 Sometimes a song riff just needs a video to match the rhythm.



  50. jans11 said

    Abs, I was waiting for you to put this up! Love it! 🙂 Just to be clear, I wasn’t dissing David and his performance at all. He was, is and will always be awesome! It was the passing out of the girls and even the whole concert in general just wasn’t put together very well. We paid for VIP but didn’t get David, we had to get our photo taken with whoever so needless to say, we skipped it. Didn’t even know who the singer was. 🙂


  51. djafan said

    Wow went into memory vortex lol I’ve been at this for over 8 years. And I still don’t have any answer as to why 😉


  52. djafan said

    Aside from the obvious 😂


  53. Abrra said

    I know what you mean Dja. I got kinda nostalgic sorting though the archives. Such a beautiful collection of memories shared by fans.



  54. jans11 said

    Been listening to him sing all day long. I agree with you both, so many good memories! No wonder the time how flown, they say time flies when you’re having fun! 🙂 Hard to believe it’s been 8+ years. All I know is he had me from WOTWTC!!!!!!! What an addition to my life, along with meeting umpteen fan friends! ♥


  55. fenfan said

    #49 bwahahaha don’t ever post that again, Abrra! I might accidentally on purpose post comments about that guy and his outfit and the Archupolice will come after me.

    BTW hello, Jenny the accidental fan! That’s the best kind of accident anyone could ever have.


  56. Abrra said


    The first step is admitting you are powerless 🙂 Good job!



  57. Jenny said

    Hi Fenfan! Sure is!


  58. Abrra said

    Thanks to Shelley for today’s Sunday puzzle.



  59. TOfan said

    sorry I’m late.. Jenny, loved your recap! I find it so cool to hear how people became fans, esp. when it wasn’t through American Idol… Siri is obvs. a big David fan, lol.

    Reminded me of this:


  60. Jenny said

    Lol Siri has good taste or David people have some pull w Apple.
    Thanks 4 Nandito clip! I would love to see him on American TV as a villain!i don’t think he would do it though.


  61. Abrra said

    We have a whole video channel devoted to Nandito Ako. Plus, I added David’s Face to Face chat video.

    You can click on the video in the library below the main screen to play on demand.



  62. jans11 said

    Thanks Abs and Shelley for another great puzzle! Shelley always takes the best pictures of David! He is very picturesque!!!! 🙂

    Always loved Nandito Ako and all the Vangie commercials. He is so talented, I would love to see him on American tv on anything! 🙂 The only way I can get him on my tv is play youtube videos through my Chromecast! That’s 2nd best….!! 🙂

    Abs and Fenfan, I’ve admitted I’m powerless a long time ago! 🙂 He has the “it” factor! Like Simon said one time, “you’re young, you’re good looking, and you can sing…that’s a good place to be isn’t it?”


  63. tawna21 said

    Thanks for the beautiful puzzle, Abrra! David’s smile brightens my day! (it’s not too bad at helping me to forget a painful neck, too 🙂 )


  64. jans11 said

    Tawna, wishing you a speedy recovery! ☺ 💕 watching and listening to David sure does help! ☺ 😆 💖 👍 💗


  65. fenfan said

    #59 “You also like burgers and stuff too though, right?” I love that Vangie video. haha

    That reminded me of this one. Cutest thing ever! He needs to make a movie – in Hollywood.


  66. fenfan123 said

    #60 Yes, Jenny. David on American TV as a villain, a wolf in sheep’s clothing kind of role. That would be rad!
    How about a rom-com? Or a tragic romantic drama in which he gets killed off in the end; a 5-handkerchief sob fest!
    But first of all, I need that new album, EP, music in whatever form followed by a Spanish album. Oh, and a world-wide tour!
    If I am his manager he’s never going to get any rest. LOL


  67. Jenny said

    Lol, I don’t want D to die even as a TV character!
    I think D is very selective now. I’m scheming ways of becoming rich so I can go to all his concerts.


  68. djafan said

    Lol you guys are cracking me up! Most definitely David needs to be in movies, just don’t know if he wants to ha! That’s a good VIP question!


  69. Very nice blog you haave here


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