Archive for the ‘@DavidArchie’ Category
Posted by djafan on Friday, October 21, 2016
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Posted by djafan on Friday, October 14, 2016
David Archuleta is performing and speaking at the Time Out For Women tonight in Birmingham, Alabama. This will be his last TOFW event of the year. Hoping for videos. Will be posting any finds in the thread.
The Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex is huge place. The TOFW will be held in the East Hall of the complex.
Posted in @DavidArchie, @kariontour, David Archuleta, fillers, music, The Voice, Uncategorized | Tagged: #TOFWBirmingham, @DavidArchie, Birmingham, David Archuleta, David Archuleta Speaks, music, singer, the Voice, TIME OUT FOR WOMEN | 57 Comments »
Posted by djafan on Monday, September 26, 2016
Photo credit: David Archuleta
All blue text is hyperlinked to websites. I will add details in comments as they become available.
Good luck to all buying tickets!
Current Tours: Information from Windish Agency.
|Thu 11/03/16||Tuacahn Amphitheatre||Ivins||UT||Buy|
|Fri 11/04/16||Tuacahn Amphitheatre||Ivins||UT||Buy|
|Sat 11/05/16||Tuacahn Amphitheatre||Ivins||UT||Buy|
|Fri 11/25/16||De Jong Concert Hall||Provo||UT|
|Sat 11/26/16||De Jong Concert Hall||Provo||UT|
|Mon 11/28/16||Pike Performing Arts Center||Indianapolis||IN||Buy|
|Sat 12/03/16||BYU-Idaho Center||Rexburg||ID||A BYU-Idaho Christmas, Nathan Pacheco|
|Mon 12/05/16||Centennial High School||Boise||ID||Buy|
|Fri 12/09/16||Layton High School Auditorium||Layton||UT|
|Sat 12/10/16||Layton High School Auditorium||Layton||UT|
|Fri 12/16/16||Cashman Center||Las Vegas||NV||Buy|
|Mon 12/19/16||Mesa Arts Center||Mesa||AZ||Buy|
|Wed 12/21/16||Segerstrom Center for the Arts||Costa Mesa||CA|
|Fri 12/23/16||Crest Theatre||Sacramento||CA||Buy|
Let us know how your ticket buying experience went🙂
Posted in @DavidArchie, American Idol, artistic freedom, concerts, David Archuleta, music, The Voice, Uncategorized | Tagged: @DavidArchie, a gathering of angels, Archuleta, CHRISTMAS, Concert, David Archuleta, David Archuleta rocks! :), every girl's crazy 'bout a sharp dressed man, Gotta love him, singer, The best is yet to come, the Voice | 103 Comments »
Posted by Abrra on Monday, August 29, 2016
- davidarchie In the studio with Jeremy Bose. For those of you who know the songs My Kind of Perfect and The Other Side Of Down, Jeremy produced and cowrote those. We’ve written and produced 3 more for this new project and this is a 4th one where we’re trying something a little different and more moody. Jeremy can do it all though.#newmusic #moretocome #music#nashville #studio #TN #JeremyBose
davidarchie Nothing like a good start to the morning. I may not be dressed for a photoshoot but I actually really am doing a photoshoot today! Time to get some good shots together to go wth these songs! #goodmorning #workout #morning #photoshoot
Some much-welcomed news today for fans of David Archuleta! He has announced from his Nashville Archu-Cave that he will be doing a new photo shoot in support of his new songs! It seems that the long wait just might be over for fans who are craving new music.
After extensive study of the Archuleta IG post, I spotted that the film was shot backwards. This is what happens when a video is shot with the front facing iPhone camera. What you say? We can’t have that! I will not let this go unchallenged. It must be corrected and I hopped on the case immediately.
At first look I thought that his face looked different in the still shot before running the film. As the video played I heard the great news of the photo shoot, but I also noticed his chocolate chip mole had slid to the opposite side of his neck! What?
How can this be?
I went into my magic tool box, pulled out my “video-flipping” device and flipped that thing right to left. Now we have everything working as intended with the great smile he gives us and the mole properly back at its home base.
Exhibit A is my YouTube video of the flipped IG post.
I have now put the Archuleta world back on its axis!
Posted in @DavidArchie, David Archuleta, fillers, music, Nashville, songwriting | Tagged: @DavidArchie, Abrra Flips for David Archuleta, Archu-cave, Archuleta World, chocolate chip, David Archuleta, good morning, have mercy, morning photoshoot, The best is yet to come, the Voice, workout | 103 Comments »
Posted by djafan on Monday, August 22, 2016
One of the highlights of our time in Shanghai was getting to visit the Shanghai Baby’s Home. It was started to help kids in orphanages who need lifesaving treatment. It was touching. These littlest ones are people who can’t help themselves. I’m amazed by Daisy and the Shanghai Baby’s Home crew who constantly are fighting to help these kids’ lives. So glad that the Cook Family brought us here! It reminds me that I need to be grateful that I’ve had a home and a family who has taken care of me. We played in the play room and made forts. The kids saw my phone though and seemed to know that there may be some games on there. 😳😅. They immediately found a Disney game that I whip out from time to time. Glad we could all share a love for Disney. Link to their Facebook will be in my bio.#Shanghai #shanghaibabyshome#China #orphans
I had to post one more. This is little Snow. She has a congenital heart defect and lives at the Shanghai Baby’s Home. She has had one operation and is going to need another one. It was awesome getting to play with her for a little while trying to show her pictures of a cat. She was more interested in the paper cover though. I guess it had a shine to it that she preferred over the pictures. 😂 Photo Credit: Daisy at Shanghai Baby’s Home #Shanghai#shanghaibabyhome #orphan #China#Littlesnow
This needed a place of its own.
Posted in @DavidArchie, Appreciation, Personal freedom, Respect, Shanghai, Uncategorized | Tagged: #China, #orphans, #shanghaibabyshome, Charity, David Archuleta, from the heart, Gotta love him, Shanghai | 59 Comments »
Posted by bebereader on Wednesday, August 10, 2016
Patience has paid off for fans of David Archuleta in Taiwan. After waiting 8 long years, they are finally going to see the guy they call Sunshine David perform in Taiwan from August 11 – 17, 2016. The tour, at the invitation of the LDS Church, will take him to seven cities around the island in as many days.
Here’s the schedule, according to David Archuleta in Taiwan Facebook page:
10 August 10am Press Conference, Jinhua Street Church in Taipei
11 August 7:30pm Forget Year, Know Music Concert, Taichung Seaport Art Center in Taichung
12 August 7:30pm Love in the Family Concert, Tainan Cultural Center in Tainan
13 August 2pm LDS Community Awards Ceremony and Concert, Jinhua Street Church in Taipei
14 August 2pm Concert of Hymns and Chinese Music, Tzu Chi University Hall 8101 in Hualien
15 August 2pm Appointment with Youth Concert, National Hsinchu Commercial and Vocational High School Stadium in Hsinchu
16 August 7:30pm Hope, Love Public Benefit Concert, Chiayl City Culture Center Music Hall in Chiayi
17 August 7:30pm Concert (Untitled), Kaohslung Labor Affairs Bureau 1st Floor Auditorium in Kaoslung
I googled some of the venues and found that the concert hall in Taichung seats 546 people. It is equipped with a proscenium stage and the building’s white roof is shaped like a bamboo hat. If the title of the concert here sounds a bit strange it’s because it’s a word for word translation of 忘 年 知 音 which I do not know how to translate into English! 忘 = forget, 年 = year or age, 知 = know, 音 = music or sound.
Taichung is in central Taiwan, just over a two-hour drive from Taipei. From Taichung, David will head south to Tainan, about two hours by car. He will perform at the Tainan Cultural Center which has a Performance Hall in a 3-storyed building. The Hall has 1803 seats in a fan-shaped area. The Cultural Center also has what is called “The Native Theater International Hall” which seats 260.
Next, it’s back to Taipei for his performance at the LDS Community Awards at the LDS Temple in Jinhua Street. The temple was the earliest meeting place for Mormons in Taiwan.
After the Awards, David will head to Hualien, two and a half hours by train or 45 minutes by plane from Taipei, on the east coast of Taiwan. David will be singing hymns at this Sunday performance at Tzu Chi University. Tzu Chi U is a private university set up by the Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation and is well-known for its College of Medicine. But I think this performance has nothing to do with the University and they are just using the facilities.
Midway through the tour, David will be in Hsinchu in northwestern Taiwan. Hsinchu, known as the Windy City, is home to six universities and many elementary, middle and high schools. So it’s no wonder the concert here is billed as an “Appointment With Youth”.
I hope that despite his busy schedule, David can find time to see some sights and sample some of the delicious cuisine of Taiwan. First on the list – stinky tofu – smelly cubes of deep fried tofu, crispy on the outside and like soft custard on the inside, slathered with a sweet and spicy sauce. I don’t like it but I think David should take a bite just so he can say he’s had a taste of this iconic Taiwanese snack. He’ll just have to hold his nose while eating it.
Finally, if there is just one thing I hope David would do, it would be to sing a song in Mandarin. How about this one – The Moon Represents My Heart (Yuèliàng dàibiǎo wǒ de xīn) – a classic romantic ballad made popular by Teresa Teng, arguably the most famous Mandarin pop singer in the world at the time of her death in 1995.
– Hello: Nǐ hǎo
– Good evening: Wǎnshàng hǎo
– Thank you: Xièxiè
– Thank you for welcoming me to Taiwan: Xièxiè dàjiā huānyíng wǒ dào táiwān
– I love you: Wǒ ài nǐ He might not want to say this but if he hears it he would at least know what they are yelling and he can reply xiexie!
– Sunshine David: 陽光 大衛 Yángguāng Dà wèi. This is the nickname that the Taiwanese have given him.
Posted in @DavidArchie, concerts, Food, music, Taiwan | Tagged: David Archuleta, 陽光 大衛, foods of Taiwan, international cuisine, sightseeing in Taiwan, stinky tofu, Sunshine David, Teresa Teng | 159 Comments »