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David Sperry Was inspired by the sounds of music from Christian, Country, Pop Rock, and Bluegrass artists in which he heard throughout his life, he grew up loving music. His favorite Artist are Don Williams, The Singing Cookes and Kenny Rogers.
With a voice, a dream, and a drive to become a singer, and with much faith, David began singing publicly around Columbus, Ohio in 2000.
His first CD was recorded in Columbus, Ohio in 2001 with blue moon recording studio.)
He related to many of the songs, and he was inspired to sing and record them because of his personal life experiences. His first CD, He Still Looks Over Me, launched his career and he began performing for audiences at a variety of venues from clubs, weddings and churches to backyard BBQ.
There always seems to be a story of joys and heartaches behind every singer, and David Sperry is no exception. After working for a factory for 20 and some years, David’s career abruptly ended when the company ceased operations. He then went to work with a private ambulance company transporting patients, particularly the elderly. Although he took a reduction in pay, he enjoyed working with the elderly and had more free time to work on his music. Often his patients requested that he sing or play his CD for them. His music touched their hearts, which also blessed him.
David went from place to place singing mostly in nursing homes and churches, and his popularity grew. In late 2001, David won a karaoke contest with Judy's Karaoke and DJ in Lancaster, Ohio. This allowed him the opportunity to start working with the Tennessee Productions Center Inc. A prestigious recording studio in Tennessee which has recorded popular artists like Bill Monroe, Porter Wagoner and other well known Artists . David really enjoyed singing in the studio, and his love for music and singing started to blossom.
When David’s younger brother tragically died in 2002, David turned even more to music to heal. From that point on, He started working with the Tennessee Production Center. He recorded his second CD, Because He Lives in Tennessee late 2002. The 1st song, “Go Rest High On That Mountain” (written by Vince Gill) was dedicated to his brother Kenneth W. Sperry.
The release of the second CD lit a fire to his career, with popular songs like “Where Were You When The World Stopped Turning? and “Lord I Hope This Day Is Good.” In 2003, David recorded his third CD "I Believe In You which included the inspirational and popular song "Long Black Train.” David’s goal for sales of CD’s was amazingly surpassed with record sales in 2003 and 2004 with these two CD's.
Although David loves country music, He also loves singing Christian music and ministering to people and seeing people give their lives to Jesus Christ. After singing for several years and experiencing many other heartbreaking situations, David felt he was being called to record his fourth CD, "I Am I Said." (Written by Neil Diamond) which was recorded in 2006. This includes heart felt songs such as, “Three Wooden Crosses,” “Wayfaring Stranger,” and “Stars and Stripes”.
With a new prospective on life and looking ahead, David was motivated to record his fifth CD in the late summer of 2007, “There's Only You". This was an awesome experience for him to record this CD, and his faith was growing in God more and more each day, and his heart for God was evidenced in songs like his favorites, such as “Jesus And Mama” and "There's Only You”. http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/david-sperry/id415181271#