A message from David:

To my fans,

I’m living in one of the happiest times of my life in the past 10 years. Never before have I felt more love from my remarkable fans and had more enjoyment out of playing live in concert with this great band of brothers I work and travel with.

I have such a deep appreciation for the way my fans here in North America, and those from overseas, have been so supportive. As a professional whose career has spanned over 45 years, I value all of the great moments I’ve been blessed to have. As in anyone’s life, treasuring the experiences, as well as my personal and private life, is the most important thing for me. As we get older we tend to appreciate absolutely everything more.

I am finishing my promised Christmas recording by the end of August! I’m working with my brother (from another mother) Craig J. We’ll be working in Chicago and will get at least a start on the project I’ve spoken about in concert, “Songs My Father Taught Me”. I would really love to finish them all before the end of September. I know “My Christmas Card To You” will be done by then and I’ll make some limited CD’s available as well as getting it online.

I wish each and every single one of you much love in your life. Hope you can make it to the few shows I have in the last quarter of 2016.

Happy Trails to you…



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In The Media – Reviews from June 25th concerts

“I Think I Love You!” David Cassidy at NJPAC!


Cheers erupt as the lights dim and Cassidy makes his entrance, smiling and grinning at the crowd, soloing mightily on his guitar. Segueing into one of his classic Partridge Family hits, “C’mon Get Happy,” the impromptu “cheering section” in the front row takes its cue and happily goes to work excitedly shouting in support of their favorite former teen idol.

Read more of the view and see some great photos here.

David Cassidy – NJPAC Newark NJ

David Cassidy - 3pm show

David hit the stage and looked and sounded great. Guitar in hand, he played for almost 2 straight hours. In a surprising twist, David took us on a musical journey of the last century. David touched on all the music that influenced him and that we all grew up together listening to. Deep Purple, Cole Porter, the Beatles, the Monkees, Jimi Hendrix, BB King, and his Partridge Family and solo career classics. The band was a tight, stellar group of musicians including Dave Robicheau on Guitar, Frank Fabio on Bass, Craig J on Keyboards and Felipe Torres on Drums.

David was charming, witty and engaging. He truly appreciates his fans and was enjoying the crowd as much as we were enjoying him…..

Read more of the view and see some great photos from Dennis Morgillo’s review here.

NJPAC gets a double dose of David Cassidy

June 25, 2016 - 7:30pm show

….It’s a somewhat bittersweet fact that many music lovers who embark upon well-intentioned trips down memory lane often regret undertaking the journey. But not tonight. Yes, it’s not 1974 anymore. It’s 2016. But David Cassidy is still around, folks … and that is truly something to get happy about.

Read more of the review and see more photos here.


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In the media

1. MEDIA ALERT: David will be on Good Day NY, Friday morning – June 24, 2016

2. FROM northjersey.com :

David Cassidy, from North Jersey to Hollywood — and back again


“I grew up listening to everything,” he says. “Eric Clapton, George and Ira Gershwin. B.B. King was one of my favorites. I’d like to do a few of his songs in my next show. I always loved the blues.”
Read the rest of the article here.


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On the Radio – 474theMix


David was interviewed by Dennis Morgillo on radio 474theMix, on June 17, 2016. You can listen to the show online.


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In the media

Photos by Love Imagery

It’s March 17, 1972. The place: New York City’s Madison Square Garden.

A crowd of 22,000 screaming teens anxiously awaits the on-stage arrival of the world’s highest paid performer — David Cassidy, age 22.

Following a warm-up performance by Tony Orlando and Dawn — who sing their latest hits, “Knock Three Times” and “Candida” — the venue erupts in utter pandemonium as Cassidy takes the stage in his Elvis-inspired white jumpsuit and starts to sing hits from his new album, Cherish, the audience screaming with delight the entire time.

Fast forward 44 years to June 10, 2016. The place: New Jersey’s Newton Theatre.

The excited crowd of mainly female baby boomers whoops and hollers as they wait for their former teen idol, David Cassidy, 66, to take the stage. To them, Cassidy is not only a singer, songwriter, guitarist, and actor, but a certified pop icon.

Read the rest of the article here: New Jersey Stage


David Cassidy Set for Pair of Shows at NJPAC, 6/25Broadway World

C’mon, Get Happy with David Cassidycentraljersey.com


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