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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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David Archuleta Tonight @The Soiled Dove Denver! David IG Story! More Troubadour Videos!

Posted by djafan on Wednesday, June 28, 2017

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Another IG story from David.  I love these.

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 More Enjoyed a good lunch before our show in Colorado tonight! Any of you coming to the show??

 

David Archuleta at The Soiled Dove in Denver tonight!  Interesting looking venue, has GA and seating options!  It’s venue is under the restaurant.  Thanks Shelley for the view of entrance!

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Reliving the Troubadour!

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Keeping David’s tour schedule here for easy access:

Jun 01 State Theatre Red Bluff, CA Tickets
Jun 03 Rogue Theatre Grants Pass, OR Tickets
Jun 06 Tower Theatre Bend, OR Tickets
Jun 07 CREST THEATER Sacramento, CA Tickets
Jun 09 Alberta Rose Theater Portland, OR Tickets
Jun 12 BING CROSBY THEATER Spokane, WA Tickets
Jun 13 Triple Door Seattle, WA Tickets
Jun 16 Portneuf Health Trust Amphitheatre Pocatello, ID Tickets
Jun 17 Kenley Amphitheatre Layton, UT Tickets
Jun 22 Troubadour West Hollywood, CA Tickets
Jun 23 Snowflake High School Auditorium Snowflake, AZ Tickets
Jun 24 David M. Player Center for the Arts Safford, AZ Tickets
Jun 28 Soiled Dove Denver, CO Tickets
Jul 01 Old Rock House St Louis, MO Tickets
Sep 23 DeJoria Center Kamas, UT Tickets
 
Share, buy, gift David Archuleta’s new EP “Orion” with 4 songs! Numb, Invincible, Say Me, and Up All Night!

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David Archuleta @The Troubadour Tonight in West Hollywood, CA!

Posted by djafan on Thursday, June 22, 2017

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New 25 minute chatty interview from radio station in Idaho.

Keeping David’s tour schedule here for easy access:

Jun 01 State Theatre Red Bluff, CA Tickets
Jun 03 Rogue Theatre Grants Pass, OR Tickets
Jun 06 Tower Theatre Bend, OR Tickets
Jun 07 CREST THEATER Sacramento, CA Tickets
Jun 09 Alberta Rose Theater Portland, OR Tickets
Jun 12 BING CROSBY THEATER Spokane, WA Tickets
Jun 13 Triple Door Seattle, WA Tickets
Jun 16 Portneuf Health Trust Amphitheatre Pocatello, ID Tickets
Jun 17 Kenley Amphitheatre Layton, UT Tickets
Jun 22 Troubadour West Hollywood, CA Tickets
Jun 23 Snowflake High School Auditorium Snowflake, AZ Tickets
Jun 24 David M. Player Center for the Arts Safford, AZ Tickets
Jun 28 Soiled Dove Denver, CO Tickets
Jul 01 Old Rock House St Louis, MO Tickets
Sep 23 DeJoria Center Kamas, UT Tickets
 
Share, buy, gift David Archuleta’s new EP “Orion” with 4 songs! Numb, Invincible, Say Me, and Up All Night!

Here > itunes & Amazon

Listen and Stream Orion on Spotify!

 Are you ready for tonight’s show at The Troubadour?
To those going, have safe travels and loads of fun!
Lucky Djafan is at this show! We will stay-tuned for her updates.
Bebereader

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David Archuleta ~ Happy Father’s Day Message! #OrionTour Goodies from Pocatello & Layton!

Posted by bebereader on Friday, June 16, 2017

davidarchie What a great show we had in Layton! Thanks for coming out my fellow Utahans! With it being the night before Father’s Day it was particularly special to have these 2 men at the show: my dad and my grandpa. These 2 men have certainly shaped me and have been mentors to me throughout my life. Happy Father’s Day Dad and Grandpa! And Happy Father’s Day to all you fathers out there! #layton #Utah #fathersday#father #dad #grandpa #tour

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Watch this video interview from KPVI News, Pocatello!

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Are you ready for tonight? David performs with guest Nathan Pacheco at the Portneuf Health Trust Amphitheatre in Pocatello, ID. It’s the largest Amphitheatre in Idaho with seating up to 11,000, surrounded by the beauty of the mountains and lake.

To those going, have safe travels and loads of fun!

Keeping David’s tour schedule here for easy access:

Jun 01 State Theatre Red Bluff, CA Tickets
Jun 03 Rogue Theatre Grants Pass, OR Tickets
Jun 06 Tower Theatre Bend, OR Tickets
Jun 07 CREST THEATER Sacramento, CA Tickets
Jun 09 Alberta Rose Theater Portland, OR Tickets
Jun 12 BING CROSBY THEATER Spokane, WA Tickets
Jun 13 Triple Door Seattle, WA Tickets
Jun 16 Portneuf Health Trust Amphitheatre Pocatello, ID Tickets
Jun 17 Kenley Amphitheatre Layton, UT Tickets
Jun 22 Troubadour West Hollywood, CA Tickets
Jun 23 Snowflake High School Auditorium Snowflake, AZ Tickets
Jun 24 David M. Player Center for the Arts Safford, AZ Tickets
Jun 28 Soiled Dove Denver, CO Tickets
Jul 01 Old Rock House St Louis, MO Tickets
Sep 23 DeJoria Center Kamas, UT Tickets

From The Idaho State Journal

David Archuleta to perform in Pocatello on Friday

By Courtney Johnson cjohnson@journalnet.com

POCATELLO — Pop star David Archuleta will perform at the Portneuf Health Trust Amphitheatre on Friday night.

The gates open at 6:30 p.m. and the show begins at 8 p.m. Tickets for Friday’s performance can be purchased at smithstix.com.

Archuleta found his fame at age 16 when he was the runner-up on the seventh season of “American Idol.

Archuleta didn’t always have plans to become a music artist. Throughout his childhood, he wanted to be zookeeper, a dentist and even a social worker. Even though he kept changing his mind, he always knew that he wanted to connect to people in some way.

Obviously, Archuleta didn’t become a zookeeper or a social worker, but he was able to find a special way of interacting with others.

“Music is way to connect with people,” Archuleta said. “I’ve always wanted to connect with people, to tell stories and hear peoples stories, and I get to do that through writing songs.”

Last month, Archuleta released his latest EP, Orion. The Orion EP has four new songs that were inspired by events in his life that left an impression on him.

“This new music is basically written from my journey of the last several years of my life,” Archuleta said. “From becoming an artist and performing on ‘American Idol’ to touring and making albums to then doing a complete 180 turn by going to South America to be a missionary, I have this new perspective on life and I’ve written about it.”

Archuleta plans to release one more EP before he releases a full album later this year. By releasing two EPs, he is able to get a feel for how his fans will react to his new music.

“I want my fans to like the music, but I also want to see how they feel about the story and message,” Archuleta said. “I am trying to get a feel of how people will respond and react.”

When Archuleta isn’t touring and writing music, he admits to sometimes wasting too much time watching videos on YouTube like Studio C. He also loves to find new restaurants on Yelp and try them out with friends and family.

Since his run on “Idol,” Archuleta has released seven of his own albums including an appearance as a guest star on The Mormon Tabernacle Choir’s holiday album, “David Archuleta — Glad Christmas Tidings.”

“I seriously love food,” Archuleta said.

Archuleta is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and likes to show his fans all facets of his life from spiritual moments he has throughout the day to which new restaurant he recently tried out.

“My religion helps shape how I live my life and it helps give me so much fulfillment and happiness so I had to learn how to be open about all aspects of my life,” Archuleta said.

At his performance, Archuleta will perform a number of his older songs that fans will know along with some of his newer music. He will also throw in a few cover songs from famous artists throughout the last few decades.

“I want people to feel good when they listen to my music,” Archuleta said. “But I also want them to feel like they can connect to something deeper, like a deeper version of themselves and a deeper part of life. That’s really the purpose of this new music being released.”

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Share, buy, gift David Archuleta’s new EP “Orion” with 4 songs! Numb, Invincible, Say Me, and Up All Night!

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From A&E Lifestyle

David Archueta to Showcase New  Music in Pocatello

By Erin Burke

David Archuleta is coming back to Idaho for a concert, featuring Nathan Pacheco.

They will be performing in Pocatello at the Portneuf Health Trust Amphitheatre on Friday, June 16 at 8 p.m.

On Wednesday, two days before the concert in Pocatello, he was enjoying his day off by traveling and resting at truck stops. For weeks, he said he has been practicing his songs on a daily basis with very few breaks.

Archuleta’s newest EP, Orion, was released on May 19, according to davidarchuleta.com. He said he plans to perform some well-known songs from his previous projects and old albums, songs from his new EP and a new song which has not been released yet.

“The song I’ll be singing that I haven’t released yet is a preview of what is yet to be released,” Archuleta said.

He said he is releasing his next EP within a month or so, then he is releasing an album later this year.

Archuleta said he wants to come closer to God through his tour, so he likes to start every concert and writing session with a prayer.

“I remember one time a (songwriter said) that with the twenty years (he’s) been in the business, (he’s) never started a writing session with a prayer,” Archuleta said. “He said that was special.”

He then asked the writer if he wanted to say a prayer to end the session. He said the writer said he did not think he knew how to pray. Archuleta said he told him to say what was in his heart.

“He bowed his head, and he just started talking to God and thanking Him,” Archuleta said. “Afterwards, he was like, ‘I have goosebumps.’”

One of Archuleta’s greatest motivations for creating his new music has been the experiences he has had over the past seven years of his life.

Archuleta said, “After coming back from my mission in Chile, I had such a new perspective on everything.”

Orion, in specific, is a showcase of the perspective he has gained over the years.

He said these new songs are full of things he wants people to know. He has hopes that his songs will inspire people to stay strong because there have been times when he has felt not good enough or not known how to move forward.

Archuleta said he thinks those at BYU-Idaho may feel like they are not good enough and that his songs from Orion will help students to remember their worth. Sometimes students feel pressured to be perfect and that they cannot show any weakness because Christ said to be perfect.

“Christ said to be whole, to be complete,” Archuleta said. “He didn’t say that you can’t be flawed.”

Archuleta said he is coming to Pocatello because he has been there before and enjoyed connecting with audience members of the southeastern Idaho region.

“I want people to leave feeling better and lighter—feeling better about themselves and feeling motivated to keep moving forward in life,” Archuleta said.

Archuleta’s first single “Crush,” debuted at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart the week the singe released. Archuleta’s first album, “David Archuleta,” went gold, and sold more than 750,000 copies in the U.S. and more than 900,000 copies worldwide.

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Back To Chat Night ~ Calling All David Archuleta Fans

Posted by bebereader on Monday, February 22, 2016

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We are pleased to learn that there are fans who are interested in having a chat night in The Voice Unplugged. Abrra has diligently kept the videos up-to-date from David’s last group of performances.  Are you up for it? If so, join us for:

“Back to Chat Night”

Where: The Voice Unplugged

http://original.livestream.com/thevoiceunplugged

Date:  Friday, February 26, 2016

Time: 10:00pm Eastern

Bring your  favorite comfy, cozy sofas, chairs, recliners and fluffy pillows. And don’t forget your  snack of choice especially  tea, coffee, fruit smoothies, pizza, cookies and chips and dip.

Please note that there will be no VJ host from the studio so requests for videos will not be taken.  

We hope to see you on Friday night.

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Bluesky’s Luz De Las Naciones Adventure ~ David Archuleta

Posted by bebereader on Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Mormon NewsroomCredit: Mormon Newsroom

I have been working pretty steadily with few breaks. Last Friday afternoon I raised my head from in front of my computer, looked around the room and said to myself: I could be at the conference center tonight listening to Spanish music and DA! This could happen!

Of course I had no tickets. I have not been on the receiving end of tickets for events at the conference center for quite a while. There are so many offered and so many apply, that the odds are just not really good. But I have always (so far!) been able to attend if I was willing to go standby. I was. Of course!

So I dressed warmly, got a bottle of water, climbed in the car and headed out to begin the 30 minute drive to SLC. It was just after 5 pm. I hoped to get there by 5.30 or so and be at the head of the standby line which begins to form (officially) at 6.00 pm. For Christmas concerts, I have seen the line 50 – 80 people long by 6.10 and I wanted to avoid being at the back. I had heard that there was a big turnout for the Thursday dress rehearsal.

I made good time and arrived at Temple Square, by the Tabernacle, where the line usually begins. There was no one there. I realized I had not eaten. Small item overlooked. It was cold. I had at least a 2-hour wait.  None of my sons could come with me – too short notice.  I did end up eating— I wandered across the street to the big mall and got (ha, ha!) a frozen yogurt with bananas and blueberries. And a spoon. I don’t think I need to tell you how cold I got eating frozen yogurt while standing in front of the Tabernacle waiting for the line to begin.

Dayzee would have been proud. I was at the front of the line.

It turned out that the attendance was less on Friday than it had been on Thursday and although the wait was long, there was no trouble getting in. I met some very lovely people while waiting and we ended up sitting right in the center balcony three rows back. Great seats!

I had heard from the ushers that the attendance on Thursday was upwards of 40,000 people. The conference center holds about 21,000 seats. They put the rest of the people into the Tabernacle which they had fixed up with large screens and everything. It looked like every effort was taken to support whoever wanted to come, but I wanted to be in the same building. Of course.

There was a bit of drama because the ushers did not want us waiting in the cold. So they sat us in the Tabernacle in the order we came. One lady kept saying how this was bad and how this had happened to her more than once and that she had missed out on concerts because of this.  Nope. Not. Going. To. Happen.  I felt certain that I was there to hear DA and all the music and that was how it was going to be.

The concert was more than I had ever imagined. They have held these Spanish language concerts before, but I had never gone because of the way they were advertised so I did not know what to expect. I felt somehow that I would be taking the place of someone else who was “officially” Latin. But this time the advertising said that all were welcome. That was good enough for me.

Oh my! The music was amazing! The bands, the musicians, were wonderful. I loved the little older man who played what looked like a harp but sounded more like a xylophone. Everyone was clapping, moving, joining in however they could. I lost track of how many countries were represented, each with their own music, dance, traditions, etc.

I loved watching the people around me. Almost all the people there seemed to be families sitting together, grandparents on down to young children.  The Dad’s, kids, and all would inch forward until they were on the edge of their seats, bouncing, swaying, and leaning towards one another like they were all trees enjoying the same spot of sun.

I had a good view of the family right in front of me. The Dad got so excited that he spent almost the entire program on the edge of his seat. The times he sat back? When DA sang. I thought at first – maybe he doesn’t know or like DA? But then I saw how he clapped. For DA it was solid, firm, appreciative in admiration. It was just that DA’s songs were more laid back than almost all the rest of the program.

When the different countries were represented, you would hear calls and whistles from different parts of the audience, like they were cheering for their home team or for some participants that they knew. The people I sat by were there to support friends who were playing in the orchestra. I don’t think they knew much about DA.

But by the end of the program, they did.  Every time he came on stage he filled the center. It is not him, himself. It is like this globe of love, kindness, energy, anticipation, a conduit from another place, that slowly invites all around to join in “his” space. We are gently gathered, released, enlivened, restored, comforted and…. sang to!

It was an absolutely lovely evening. I am so thankful for all the hard work, love, and talent that went into the whole program. Where can one get that sort of experience for free?

DA, thank you so much for just being you. For being willing to be more than you are. For being willing to share, learn, serve, and….. sing your blessed little heart out.

After listening to him sing “His Hands” in Spanish, I could not ask for a better ending for my long week.

I. Am. Grateful.

All video credits: Pattycake04

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“Riding on Clouds” – Dayzee’s recap of David Archuleta’s concerts in Layton

Posted by bebereader on Sunday, September 27, 2015

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The long drought was finally over! The two shows in Idaho Falls had been the stuff we dreamed about for years. Our golden voice was back. We were riding on clouds. Saturday night our euphoria suddenly ended in Layton. I was second row center and could see David’s lips moving and heard no sound. A short “erk”, a small “ech”. People behind me were saying there was something wrong with the sound, but I could see it was something wrong with David. After a valiant effort to sing several songs, David left the stage.

He came back with Kirt Bateman, Executive Director of Davis Arts Council to announce David would return with a Christmas gift for us. Mr. Bateman’s arm was around David while on the stage. How many times have we seen that picture? David draws hugs.

shelley5photo credit Shelley#2015

You have probably read Kirt’s email to us, but I want to repeat it here:

“Mr. Archuleta with a fever, no voice, aching body, and virtually no energy, went out on that stage in front of 1700 expectant people on Saturday and, like the true star he is, gave them all that he had! Why? …. he’s a man of integrity and wanted to give you the show he had planned and rehearsed for you.”

David talking the words to MKOP was the most memorable part of that evening for me. He said he did not want to spoil the words with his imperfect singing voice. It was the most moving rendition of that song I have heard.

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Monday night was better, but all singing done low-key and in a lower key. No high notes. Few glory notes, though he often made the effort. At least he was singing. Love and respect were tangible.

Both nights David’s band led by Kendra did a number without David to give him a rest. They were great.

Loved the brother/sister act. David ran off the stage mid-concert. We were so worried. A minute later he returned with sister in tow. He announced that she was going to speak for him so he could save his voice to sing. Pretty obvious that she had not volunteered for this assignment. A little hemming and hawing and then she said she only found out about this an hour ago.

pampike3credit Pamela Pike

David got in her face “Excuses, excuses” he said as a brother would. Jazzy grudgingly began (as a sister would) and soon became more comfortable and smiley.  Later she returned and did a second reading of his notes.

Towards the end David said he had not had enough time to write any more thoughts out for Jazzy to read. He told us he wanted to talk to us and tell us things but he also wanted to sing for us. There was such anguish in his voice, on his face. A little leaking around the eyes.

I did not expect him to come out for an encore. He seemed completely spent. But there he was. Still gamely giving his all for us. His mother and her sister were lovely and covered much of the singing on the encore.

My companion that night had never seen David in person. I told her she would love him. And she did. Her favorite song was Glorious and I never expected David to last long enough to sing that last song.

Could not have asked for more.

pampike1credit Pamela Pike

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St. George, Here We Come! ~ David Archuleta

Posted by bebereader on Wednesday, April 8, 2015

 

The concert on November 7 is sold out!  Due to popular demand, another show was added on November 6 which is currently available only to 2015 season package ticket holders. Tickets for the general public go on sale on Wednesday, April 8.

Buy tickets here: Tuacahn Center 

Looks like there’s not a bad seat in the house!

 

courtesy of Tuacahn Center website

Tuacahn BOX OFFICE (800) 746-9882 or (435) 652-3300

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David Archuleta & A Celebration of Christ ~ An Interfaith Concert ~ Shows 2 and 3

Posted by bebereader on Saturday, November 29, 2014

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 Here are two playlists from last night’s performances.

From last night’s show:

“When David’s name was first announced and he walked out on stage, and everyone rose to their feet in love, adoration, respect and gratitude, well it was quite a moment. The evening was his and his alone, even though the other performances were entertaining and special, you knew the audience was waiting with bated breath (I know we five were) until David showed up on that stage again!!” ~Pattirae

 “At the finale he looked at each of us and waved. He was situated at stage left and slowly walked across the entire stage to stage right and made a conscious effort to include us all. And yes, we did appreciate. :)” ~Dayzee

And to those fans who are lucky enough to go to tonight’s shows, have a great time! Be sure to let us know all about it in comments here.

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