After one listen to David Ask's upcoming album "Breakthrough," you'll realize how lucky the rest of us are that David kept his dream of a musical career alive. When David sings, you don't just hear his voice - you feel it. Powerful and vulnerable at the same time, each note conveys the sincerity of an artist who has worked toward one goal his entire life - to use his talent to touch others. In "Breakthrough," David incorporates his unique "popera" style into every song - using a perfect blend of classical and modern techniques to unveil an album that appeals to fans of all ages. Working with American Music Award winning producer John Pisciotta, David created an outstanding collection of songs that highlight his rich and crystalline voice. No stranger to the Nashville music scene, David has performed at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center with The Nashville Choir on multiple occasions backing up the likes of Alison Krauss, Mandisa, Steve Green, Bill Gaither, Stephen Curtis Chapman and is among a prestigious group of choir members who were tapped to sing back-up on albums for superstars like the reverend Billy Graham and music recording great Michael W. Smith.
I knew that I recognized your face from somewhere - now I know - TNC.
I would like to sing in October - I will be doing all of David Hamilton's copy work, so I hope I can work it out.
Wow! Blown away by your voice. Where the heck did you come from? Noticed you worked with John Pisciotta. He and I are friends. We went to Belmont together. Did he produce these tracks? If so, work well done by him. he was always amazingly talented in my opinion.