THAT’S ALL 👍
Random thoughts on the artistry of David Archuleta
Random thoughts on the artistry of David Archuleta
Posted by djafan on Monday, August 24, 2015
THAT’S ALL 👍
Posted by djafan on Friday, August 21, 2015
screencaps from 8throwcenter video
|Sep 17||Colonial Theater||Idaho Falls, ID||Tickets||RSVP|
|Sep 18||Colonial Theater||Idaho Falls, ID||Tickets||RSVP|
|Sep 19||Kenley Ampitheater||Layton, UT||Sold Out||RSVP|
|Sep 21||Kenley Amphitheater||Layton, UT||Sold Out||RSVP|
|Nov 06||Tuacahn Ampitheatre||Saint George, UT||Sold Out||RSVP|
|Nov 07||Tuacahn Ampitheatre||Saint George, UT||Sold Out||RSVP|
|Nov 12||Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center||Midland, TX||Tickets||RSVP|
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Posted by djafan on Friday, August 14, 2015
#Glorious #BridgeOverTroubledWater #Angel #Beautiful #TrueColors
Posted in @DavidArchie, Appreciation, David Archuleta, fandom, music, The Voice, Uncategorized | Tagged: @DavidArchie, David Archuleta, Hobbiton, Lord Of The Rings, missing him, New Zealand, Shire, World Traveler | 80 Comments »
Posted by djafan on Friday, August 7, 2015
Greetings from Australia. Now where’s P. Sherman 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney?
Posted in @DavidArchie, David Archuleta, fandom, music, The Voice, Uncategorized | Tagged: Australia, David Archuleta, David Archuleta rocks! :), down under, finding Nemo, Gotta love him, Hello from Australia. 👋🏼 now where's P. Sherman 42 Wallaby Way, music, singer, Sydney #Australia #operahouse, the Voice | 91 Comments »
Posted by djafan on Tuesday, August 4, 2015
Hola, I’m David Archuleta. I’m supporting my friend the chileno, el capo Luis Layseca. I invite you to follow him on The Voice Chile. And to support him on social media and in his musical career. Sending a hug to all my people and to all who are with Luis Layseca.
Published on Aug 4, 2015
David Archuleta cantante pop internacional, finalista en programa American Idol, séptima temporada envía un saludo de apoyo a Luis Layseca, cantante de nacionalidad chilena, que actualmente se encuentra participando en THE VOICE CHILE primera temporada
David Archuleta international pop singer, finalist on American Idol season 7 sends a shout out in support of Luis Layseca, Chilean singer who is participating in the first season of THE VOICE CHILE.
They performed while Elders a couple of times during their service in Chile.
Luis Layseca message on his facebook:
A greeting sent by my friend “David Archuleta” American Pop singer and a finalist on American Idol, the seventh season. He is a great artist and a great person. All supporting me on this Thursday 6 th of August in my first live performance! Will have to vote on the public through the app The Voice Chile. You can download it to your phone and by text message at just the start of the program. Your support is important to keep turning and my dream…
A big hug familion!!
Posted in @DavidArchie, Appreciation, David Archuleta, music, The Voice, Uncategorized | Tagged: All in Spanish, Almost a Vlog, Archuleta, Chile, Chileneos, David Archuleta, David Archuleta rocks! :), David speaks perfect spanish, former missionaries, former missionary friend, Friends, Gotta love him, Luis Layseca, mi gente, music, Rancagua, singer, the Voice, The Voice Chile | 31 Comments »
Posted by djafan on Thursday, July 16, 2015
Posted in @DavidArchie, Appreciation, David Archuleta, fandom, The Voice, Uncategorized | Tagged: @DavidArchie, beauty everywhere, bike, bike riding, David Archuleta, David Archuleta rocks! :), missing him, shorts, singer, socks, sunglasses, what a wonderful world, Where is David? | 54 Comments »
Posted by djafan on Wednesday, July 8, 2015
“Because of David and because of David fans, I am where I am in my photography today!! I always tell David that he has truly been an inspiration to me in my photography and when he sent me a signed photo back that he was happy I was pursuing my photography and to keep it up, it made my day. However, David fans were also the ones that provided the amazing and positive feedback on my photos of David and non-David photos that helped me gain confidence in my abilities. Thank you for all your support!!!” ~Jennifer Leigh Barry
Posted in David Archuleta, JEN LEIGH BARRY, role models, Uncategorized | Tagged: ARCHIES, ARCHUFAMILY, ARCHUGAZE, David Archuleta, FANDOM, JEN LEIGH BARRY, MAD, PHOTOGRAPHY, RIP, SADNESS | 55 Comments »
Posted by djafan on Friday, July 3, 2015
We at The Voice want to wish David and all his fans a wonderful safe Fourth of July! And it isn’t a celebration without the best singer of patriotic songs singing for us. Here are some of my favorites. Enjoy!
Now it’s your turn, put your favorites in the comments!
Posted in @DavidArchie, Archies, David Archuleta, fandom, fillers, Freedom is not free, God Bless America, Holidays, National Anthem, The Voice, Uncategorized | Tagged: @DavidArchie, a gathering of angels, Archuleta, best voice, Constitution, David Archuleta, fans, Fourth of July, missing him, music, National Anthem, Patriotic, the Voice | 51 Comments »
Posted by djafan on Wednesday, June 3, 2015
September 17 & 18, 2015
Colonial Theater • 7:30 pm
$55 • $45
Best-selling Pop artist and American Idol darling, David Archuleta brings his hits to the Colonial Theater with two shows.
Archuleta brings his hit song “Crush” and others to life with his charm and genuine enthusiasm, to make for an unforgettable night of music.
Pre-Sale for Members begins May 22nd
Public Sale begins June 5th!!!!
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Public Sale begins June 5th
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Built by C.A. Spath, cashier of the Farmers and Merchants Bank; Dr. C.M. Cline, physician and S.K. Mittry, contractor: the Colonial Theater opened on November 10, 1919, at a cost of just over $175,000. It boasted one of the largest stages in the Intermountain West, a modern ramp (in lieu of stairs) to the balcony, a ventilation system, which circulated fresh air every five minutes and superb acoustics. Traveling vaudeville acts and minstrels entertained, as well as musical acts like John Phillips Sousa.
In 1929, it was renamed the Paramount Theater and began showing moving pictures. Sadly, it fell into disrepair in the late 1980’s and was closed.
In 1994, Dick Clayton, Sr. and his son Steve donated the theater to the Idaho Falls Arts Council, a private nonprofit organization.
The Idaho Falls Arts Council launched a capital campaign, known as the Phantom project. An anonymous donor challenged the community to raise half of the total cost and the Phantom would donate the remaining. The successful $4.2 million dollar campaign renovated the Colonial Theater and the adjacent buildings into a beautiful visual and performing arts center for the region.
Renamed for the Phantom donors, Miles and Virginia Willard, who also chaired the campaign, the Willard Arts Center now contains a visual arts building with galleries, classrooms, artist studios, meeting spaces for events, and much more.
Today the 988 seat Colonial Theater is one of three large theaters of historical significance which still remain in Idaho. In 2014 alone, the Colonial Theater played host to over 25,000 patrons.
Posted in @DavidArchie, concerts, David Archuleta, music, The Voice, Uncategorized | Tagged: @DavidArchie, Colonial Theater, Concert, David Archuleta, Idaho Falls, Public Sale, September Concerts, the Voice | 36 Comments »
Posted by Abrra on Saturday, May 23, 2015
A tweet by fa3rygirl came to my attention recently. I recognized the name but had not seen her on fan sites for awhile. Her name is Sheila Roposa, a fan I had met a few times at concerts.
She is most memorable to me because of the compassion she showed to a young man named Michael. His dream was to attend a concert and meet David Archuleta. He was ill with cancer and had to be in a wheelchair. Not only did she get Michael to the show in Northhampton, MA, but she made sure he got to meet David backstage. This was not a simple task because there were 12 inches of snow on the ground. I will never forget the picture of David reaching out to Michael to say hello.
Sheila was tweeting about a GoFundMe page her family had set up. It is a crowdfunding platform that allows people to raise money for events ranging from life events such as celebrations and graduations to challenging circumstances like accidents and illnesses. The company is based in San Diego, California. I clicked the link and read the story about how her daughter, Tiffany, was ill with Lyme disease. I came away with the feeling that this was nothing short of a tragedy. My heart went out to Tiffany and her family. It’s a helpless feeling when you are told that there isn’t any coverage for medicine that is desperately needed. I knew I had to do something to help spread the word about a GoFundMe page set up to raise funds for Tiffany’s medical costs.
My hope is that Tiffany will get what she needs to get her life back. By sharing her story I hope to raise awareness about Lyme disease.
Credit for all photos: Sheila Roposa
A message from Sheila:
My name is Sheila. My 15-year-old daughter Tiffany was bitten by a tick infected by Lyme Disease and several other infections two years ago. Her doctor at the time did not recognize the bulls eye rash and Tiffany went one year without any treatment while the Lyme Disease progressed.
Tiffany started taking antibiotics two years ago. Due to the infection being in her nervous system, brain, and heart, she has needed extended treatment, including IV antibiotics.
Recently she was placed on a PICC line, which is an IV line for antibiotics. Our health insurance would only cover one month of treatment. Tiffany started to improve once on the IV line, which is the only time in two years she had this much improvement, but due to insurance guidelines that only cover one month of treatment, the IV line was pulled today. We are setting up this account to try to get some funding to pay for Tiffany’s medical bills and additional time on the IV line.
Before getting sick, Tiffany was an active girl that played soccer and rode horses. For the last two years, Tiffany has been severely ill. She has been out of school with home tutoring as she can’t walk or sit in a classroom. She is bedridden a lot of the time. She has had numerous ER visits, doctor visits, hospitalizations, and sees several specialists for her brain and heart. She’s lost weight, had periods of paralysis, seizures, lost all her hair, has fluid around her heart, developed autoimmune disease, and countless other complications. She’s missing out on life.
We want Tiffany to be able to receive this treatment to get her life back. If you can, please consider donating. Any amount, no matter how small, will help. If you can’t donate (we understand not everyone is in the position to), please share this link with everyone you know and ask them to pass it on. http://www.gofundme.com/tiffanylymefund#
Update May 20, 2015
Hi, thank you everyone for all your help. We have now been able to schedule Tiffany an appointment with the Lyme Center of New England, which is a private facility. They will be able to further help her and maybe get her IV back in. We found out just with one medicine that her IV out of pocket will cost us $2,000 a month so we increased the goal, but we do now have enough to get things started, so thank you! Tiffany is feeling pretty sick still. She lost her hair again, but she’s handling it well. A neighbor and friend had her a wig made and people from the community donated to pay for it. So thank you to everyone for that also. We are very blessed. Sharing with everyone you know will help us so much. We’ve received donations from family and friends of people we know, so it does work! Thank you again to everyone.
If you would like to learn more about Lyme Disease, please visit http://www.ilads.org/