Soooooo, I was randomly looking for something else on Google images, as I often do and *SOUND THE DAVID AIR-RAID SIREN!!!!!!*… I came across one I’d never seen before… this one:
And I thought, hmm, who is that countryish dude in the picture with David and Ms. McCurdy?… well, turns out he’s an entertainment blogger from Nashville who ended up at some backstage-access situation with David and his date (or in David-speak “girl I want to get to know better”). Anywaayyy, kind of cool that it must’ve been after a Keith Urban concert in Nashville (Ms. McCurdy’s hometown I believe and this blogger’s as well).
Cool because it was long before Keith would end up being a judge on The Show That Must Not Be Named.
Here’s the blog post he wrote about David a couple of years after the picture above was taken:
This concludes today’s episode of “And We Care Because???”
Just heard that some *ahem* personal pics of Ms. McC were leaked recently… David is in for so many surprises when he gets back, I have lost count….
“I think that if he resurfaces in a renewed situation, finding himself, his music and what he wants from life, he will come back a stronger artist than ever. I’ve seen him perform and he rocked the house…he gave the real thing.” <<<<< That. Indeed, the real thing.
First let me pause to say… Deb/TOfan…still impressed with your Lenten sacrifice!
That said…I love what that blogger had to say about David.
David deserves whatever career he wants, however he wants to design it, however he chooses to share his gifts…that is my wish for him. And he deserves respect as an artist. Period. And we the public, DA fan or not, deserve real deal artists and great music…not just pop creations on auto-tune. I do hope that success, respect and ability to do music his way, also allows him the "normal" (ish) life he seems to desire and deserves too…that somehow he can strike that balance and be successful at both, and happy. I don't like to impose my feelings on what surely is David's own agenda…but I do feel, as we've often mentioned here… just a little smaller, and under the radar, successful career, to a niche audience might lead to a much better chance at a more private, balanced life. ya know…to keep the big Fat Fame monster at bay…
Ditto to everything you said amb4da. Superstar is overrated. I do hope that we continue to get lots of music from David.
Hadn’t seen that article either, good to read. Sweet picture too! A lot of good points in your comment, amb4da. Medium Star, Super Star, it’s all good, he’ll shine no matter what. Of course he is already a ‘Super Star” to his devoted fans. I’ll be very happy and grateful just to hear him sing. 🙂