I think we all knew this was coming. Most of my timeline lately has been show/tour/event/work/[fill in gathering here] cancellations and postponements.
But David’s announcement was by far the sweetest and most heartfelt I’ve seen.
“I hope you and your loved ones are all safe”… “You are all like family to me”… “Your health and safety are amongst the top priorities for me” … “You guys are amazing”… I mean, COME ON! How awesome is our guy and his team??!!
I can’t even imagine what kind of work and stress goes on behind the scenes to (a) set up the original tour and then (b) reschedule everything. #oy
But, as we all know, David’s shows are SO worth waiting for.
And has there ever been a better time for a brand new song called “OK, All Right”??!! I need this song like air right now. Purified virus-free air as only David Archuleta can provide.
And if there’s any doubt that David has his finger on the pulse of what we require, it looks like there’ll also be a song called “Just Breathe” or “Breathe”… just hearing the bit he shared in his insta stories a while back made me literally take a deep breath and relax. Proving he is actual magic.
What do you guys think of the teeny tiny instrumental snippet David shared on insta?? Does anyone else hear a Chilean percussion-type vibe?? Just me. Mkay. Seriously though, what did you guys think??
In related news… can we talk about this gif and David’s incredibly well developed … head of hair! 😉 😉 😉 #teamfluffeh
Seriously though, I plan to buy and share that baby like nobody’s business and I know you guys are thinking the same thing.
In short… stay safe, everyone… here’s a helpful tip (I shared this on Twitter but hey, reuse, recycle, am I right? 🙂 )
Have you guys had a chance to listen to David voicing the lead shepherd character, Suho, in the kids’ audio story “Song of the Horse”?? Listen HERE.
Loved the story and David’s vocalizing in it was beautiful!! (spoiler, hahaha) What did you guys think??
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A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to lend my voice and bring a character to life on @wbur's #ComeCircle! It’s an NPR program for kids. The story is called "Song of the Horse" where I play a young shepherd, named Sohu, whose goal is to make music. The episode is now available. Check it out by swiping up in my stories!