It’s All About the Voice

It’s Sunday morning, and here again is… The Voice! 🙂

Posted on October 24, 2010, in Sunday Series. Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. Nice song choice for a Sunday morning – so peaceful and calming.

    I saw this on FOD; I like David’s tour shirt:

  2. I only wish that tour was going to be in the US!

  3. I thought the same, I would have liked his first tour after the new cd, out in the United States, in their own land. When I presented this idea, someone replied that Asian people loved him as much or more than the rest of the world.
    And I said, as David says, try to think positive.
    Whenever any idol, made a tour in Asia, Japan, then was forgotten, when I heard the news I was afraid. But right now, I think that we are not talking about any idol, we are talking about David Archuleta, he has something special, it would be impossible to forget or stop thinking about it.
    What is done can not be undone. David will do a tour in Asia, we from here, do our utmost to make your trip successful and memorable. More people will know that david there, more people love him, more people buy your cd.
    If this is the way to the United States know him much more, then we start to sleep earlier that schedules across the world are totally opposite to ours. If God wants and hear some live concert, I’ll have to get up at 6 am, as I did for the show in Manila.
    David is the only person who can make me get up early.
    And finally if I have to choose between his record in Spanish and a U.S. tour, I choose the tour.
    I want to say that your happiness is before my own desires.

    Sorry for my English, try to write as best I could, I hope you understand, thanks for the space HG.

  4. I have problems sending my comment

  5. The Asian tour has already been agreed, according to the latest news, I would have preferred a U.S. tour in the first place, but we must think positively, says david.
    If I have to choose between the record in Spanish and a U.S. tour, the tour would choose, I prefer David’s happiness before my own desires.
    I’ll have to get up very early, as I did for the concerts in Manila. The only person who can wake up with a smile on my face is David.
    The hours are fatal to the other side of the world, but listen to the live voice, david’s voice is priceless.
    The things that are made can not be undone. Now that we know of the tour, we think that many more people will know David and also that many more people to buy their cd. I know the fans love him as Asia or even more than us and I am happy for them. Just something I need to tell you david, the South also exists.

    I hope my English is understandable, had commented earlier but had problems uploading it, thanks HG.

    • A fan, Christine, has posted wonderful photos at FOD. Either it’s lighting or David has a 5 o’clock shadow. 🙂

    • Oops, my previous post was meant to go above Glady’s.

      Gladys, I clearly get what you’re saying. Given the “tour slump” here in the U.S., I’m fine with the Asian tour. Also, fans in the U.S. have had opportunities to see him during his radio/charity events and may have the chance during the MoTab concert.

      From the previous thread, Joymus, you’re right, we really don’t know what’s right/wrong from David’s perspective but it’s fun to speculate. 🙂

    • raelovingangels

      out all day getting caught up & came here first- I am thrilled about an Asian tour- Hope David hits many cities. He is loved and his records are played by radio and his music is on TV. He has been embraced by southeast Asia and he should nuture that important relationship. They value David- so Bravo- smart choice.

  6. Glad to hear about an Asian tour. It sounds like it makes the most economic sense. It is definitely not uncommon for American artists to have much stronger markets overseas, but I know you all already know that. 🙂

    This may sound crazy, but Air Supply (an early ’80s band) is very hot in Asia and routinely sells out huge arenas!

  7. Years ago I heard Simon and Garfinkle sing Bridge Over Troubled Waters for the first time in public at a concert in SLC.

    And I heard David sing “Fields of Gold” in SLC on the first night. I was in the second row right in front of him. It was a moment of pure beauty.

    How did I get so lucky?

  8. Good review for the most part but spoiled by this comment “fanbase of eager teen girls, music-loving gay boys, and those grown folks who can always appreciate a warm spirit, great melodies and even more terrific vocals.”

    fanbase of music-loving gay boys? now really, how narrow minded was that.

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