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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 Arrives In Peru!!! Concert December 1st at the Green Arena!

Posted by djafan on Thursday, November 30, 2017

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David Archuleta has arrived in Lima, Peru!  He received a wonderful welcome at the airport with many many fans waiting for him.  And it looks like the band is with him!  The Peruvian fans have shared as promised, THANK YOU SO MUCH!.  See below and we will be adding all we can from this historical first David Archuleta concert in South America!  And I’m sure more to come with the Spanish album project David is working on.

David message to Peruano fans!

💘💘David 💘💘 #davidarchuleta #lds @15amores @davidarchie

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😍 @davidarchie en Perú! #DavidArchuleta #Peru #Lima

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David Archuleta ~ Cincinnati Concert Tonight!

Posted by djafan on Friday, October 27, 2017

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  Hey Cincinnati! Performing tonight at 8 PM at the Ludlow Garage! Come join us! We’ll have a fun time. – at Live at the Ludlow Garage
From Pittsburgh last night!  Thank you Muldur!  Many more fans tonight!

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David Archuleta US Tour ~ 1st Up Sellersville & Pittsburgh ~ Postcards In The Sky

Posted by djafan on Thursday, October 26, 2017

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David is back and is back on tour!  Sellersville was tonight and Pittsburgh tomorrow.

David sang two new songs!  Aiming For Hope and Postcards In The Sky!  Thank You Snowangelz!!!!  I’m melting here!  Oh my!

Posting videos as they come in!

 

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David Archuleta ~ Invincible Lyric Video From New Album: Postcards In The Sky!

Posted by djafan on Saturday, October 14, 2017

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David Archuleta just posted an official lyric video for Invincible!  

A message from David on instagram.

      • davidarchie Hey guys! A lyric video for “Invincible” is out now with the release of the new album next week. As the song has a lot of personal meaning for me, I wanted to convey that a little more visually with all of you. Check out the video link in the bio now! I hope you enjoy it! “Postcards in the Sky” out Oct 20! #invincible#postcardsinthesky #lyricvideo

I’ve posted the video details and lyrics below video!  View! View! View!

 Published on Oct 14, 2017

INVINCIBLE ~ From the album ‘Postcards In The Sky’

Invincible Lyrics

I started a war
Sent out the battle cry
And I’ve been here before
Fighting me, myself and I
When I try to prove that I’m never gonna lose
I push too hard
I push too far
Try to be brave ‘til it’s more that I can take
So many times
‘Til I realize

Take a breath
Look at how you’re trying to think it to death
When you’re in the crossfire don’t forget
That you don’t have to be invincible
Take a step
Even if you fall it ain’t over yet
If you’re in the crossfire don’t forget
That you don’t have to be invincible
Ooh, Ooh

I counted to ten
Stepped back so I could see
How bad it can get
When I’m the enemy

I put my weapons down
Until I found a better way, a better way
I’ll never change if I’m too afraid to break
Got to let it go, let the whole world know to

Chorus

Bridge:
You’ll never know
Never know how strong you are
‘Til you’re strong enough to let your armor fall

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Video by Tarek Kasmi
Drawings by Maddy Ashton

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David Archuleta, Archie Songs (ASCAP)/Stephanie Mabey, Wake Up Dreaming Music (BMI)/Taylor S. Hartley (BMI)
Produced and Engineered by: Cason Cooley
Drums and Bass Engineered by: Buckley Miller
Mixed by: Sean Moffitt
Studio: Blackbird Studio & Casonic Lodge
Drums: Evan Hutchings, Bass: Matt Pierson, Programming, Keys: Cason Cooley, Electric and Acoustic Guitars: Nathan Dugger, BGV’s: Ella and Sadie Osenga

©Archie Music 2017

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Pre-Order Postcards In the Sky now! ~ Plus: A Heartfelt Message from David Archuleta

Posted by djafan on Monday, October 2, 2017

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 I have fallen in love with all the new song snippets. Can you believe 8 new titles for a total of 16 songs?! Very generous of David and it was well worth the wait! I have a different favorite almost daily. Postcards In The Sky, David’s journey of self-discovery in song, can be pre-ordered immediately and will be released on October 20th 2017. Pre-order on Amazon now!

Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #159 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Here are the song snippets of all sixteen songs thanks to @jackryan4da.

Here are the snippets of the new songs thanks to David Archuleta UK.

David Archuleta posted a heartfelt message today in light of the terror in Las Vegas.  He also mentions the recent natural disasters that have taken place in different parts of the world.

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  • davidarchie  Every 6 months I take a little weekend break, wherever I might be, to listen to my church’s world conference. Yesterday I was able to attend in person. My heart hurts hearing about another shooting in Vegas. In a world where so much is going on, with natural disasters, shootings, hate, wars, depression and anxiety, fears, and so many other things going on we ask ourselves “Where can I turn for peace? Where is my solace?” That’s what speaker Jean B Bingham talked about in the conference yesterday morning. Sometimes it’s hard to trust. But there is a source of healing, and that is from Christ. Jean Bingham also mentioned there is a way to become free from the constraints of our own misunderstanding. Well, how? One way I’ve gained it is watching and listening to men and women of God in these conferences. I loved how a big emphasis was on trust and to “lean not unto [our] own understanding.” (Proverbs 3:5-6) my love is with the victims of the recent Vegas shooting, and also with the many still recovering from the natural disasters. I’m left asking however (as powerful as prayer is) what more can I do than just thinking about them and praying. Let’s allow sad things to bring us together, become united and do something to help others. May our prayers turn us to action. We can be the helping hands and the light in even the darkest times of an other’s life. If you’d like to watch a talk from the conference, I’m putting the link in my bio today. #trust#thoughts #ldsconf #jeanbbingham#prayforlasvegas

 

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David Archuleta ~ Chasing The Unattainable Dream by Kristin Rivers

Posted by djafan on Tuesday, September 26, 2017

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Thank you Kristin for sharing your gift of writing with us.

How many times in life have we struggled to achieve a dream that seems unattainable? How many people told you to give up the dream placed on your heart or forget a goal that you know will change or better your life?

Since I was a teenager, one of my biggest dreams was to see and meet my favorite musician and role model, David Archuleta. I have had my share of people tell me to face the reality of ever meeting him. I’ve been told to give up, get over it and not get hopes up. No matter what dreams we have, the naysayers will come knocking with their comments, personal opinions and “helpful” commentary. Some still don’t realize how much words can hurt as much as actions.

With my dream about Archuleta, I almost gave up last year. A Christmas tour that didn’t have concerts near me…did me in. I was left devastated, heartbroken, angry and beyond tired of the waiting. With having other things going on in my life at the time, that made the blow even harder to swallow. I had to stop talking to some fans because I couldn’t deal with their excitement, leaving fansites I used to go on and ignored videos shared on YouTube and social media. It felt easier to distance myself so I wouldn’t lash out at other people. I was really losing my faith and asking God why I had to wait longer for something I wanted so badly, feeling yet again that my dream was stupid and that I should have given up a long time ago. The words of the past haunted my mind and distracted me from what my heart was trying to say: don’t quit.  There was still a part of me that dared to hope, a stubbornness that said not to quit just yet. Many of us have been told, or heard, about how people give up just when their dream would finally come to pass.

I just wanted to quit, accepting that maybe it will never happen until I was older and living closer to where he would have a concert. At times, we have to put dreams on hold until we’re better off financially, someone encourages us to just do it and stop letting life pass by or our focus is for other people in our lives than our own.

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Earlier, I mentioned how words can hurt people. But I think we forget how words can also heal and help, especially when you least expect it. A joke to a friend over email one night In December 2016 created an opportunity that left me crying in bed the following morning and one step closer to that impossible dream finally becoming reality. Yet, the following months were still laced with bitterness, brokenness and hopelessness. I was so focused on what I didn’t have that I forgot what I did have. When you wait so long…you feel really defeated, other times broken and a shadow of your former self and still feel the temptation to walk away and accept things as they are.

This past weekend in Worcester, MA, the dream came true.  Sitting front row with some amazing fans and surrounded by 1,000 people, we waited in anticipation for what the many speakers, besides Archuleta, would share with all of us……and there he was. The moment David Archuleta came out at the beginning of the conference to sing “Glorious”…things got real for me. After seven long years…I was watching this remarkable, God-fearing man perform his heart out and inspire everyone present with his words before my own eyes. There was some laughter, plenty of smiles and moments where I was close to tears. During each break, I would be left speechless at everything: not just David but everyone else who spoke and shared their stories with all of us. Brad Wilcox talking about grace and reading to his grandson, Alissa Parker’s brave story about her late daughter, Emilie, who died at Sandy Hook in 2012 and many, many more.

In case you were wondering “So, did she get to meet him?”

Yes, I did. My lips are sealed at this point though! But, I can say this: he was worth the long wait…and boy does he know how to surprise people. David, if you happen to be reading this I think you know what I’m referring to.

I want people who read this to know your dreams are never impossible or unattainable. Sometimes they just take a little more time than other goals we want to achieve. They require holding on to hope when you feel you just can’t anymore, having faith and trust in whatever higher power you believe in and A TON of patience. If there’s anything David has taught his fans over the years, it’s patience.

Thank you for listening and reading, and don’t give up on those dreams just yet.

https://www.healermag.com/single-post/2017/09/24/Chasing-The-Unattainable-Dream

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David Archuleta ~ New Music! EP “LEO” Out August 25th!

Posted by djafan on Friday, August 4, 2017

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New EP “Leo”

  • davidarchie Hey everyone! Excited to share that the next EP “Leo” will be coming August 25th! 😱 #Leo #newmusic

    Click below to purchase and listen to snippets!

     “Amazon”

    Here are the snippets on youtube!

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And a concert dates appearing!!!!  Will be posting more info as it appears!

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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!

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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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