Message from David – May 5, 2017

I’m about to go to Chicago in the next 2 weeks to record in Craig’s state of the art studio to begin doing my tribute to my mentor and father. People may respond that it’s just worship of my male role model, especially as he basically abandoned me and my mother. I truly believe he was the most talented man I’ve ever known. Soooooooo, I’m going to go in and pay tribute to him with “Songs my father taught me”.

Teri and Frank are flying in. As you all know, we record Live! Live! Live! It’s the only authentic way! It’s the way I learned and was taught from 19 years of age!! I truly believe this will be my last recording, and it’s been something I’ve been thinking about for many years.

Happy Trails,


Jack and David

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A number of fans have been asking why David often uses ‘Happy Trails’ to end his messages. Fan’s first noticed David using this in the liner notes of ‘Dreams Are Nuthin’ More Than Wishes’ LP in 1973.
David said ‘It’s the song that Roy Rogers and his wife sang at the beginning and the end of their TV show when I was a very young boy!! I loved that song they sang on horseback.’
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Message from David – April 15, 2017

To my fans,

 I am grateful for having had another birthday but even more grateful for your messages of love and support. Thank you for those messages on my website and Facebook page. I am blessed to have such loyal, loving and caring fans.

I have some projects I am organising and I’ll let you know all about them when I can. I want to give back to society for all I have received for 49 years. My intention is to educate others about Dementia and Alzheimer’s.

Happy Trails,


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Concert Review & Photos

March 4, 2017 – BB King’s, NY


….‘I Think I Love You’ had the audience up on their feet singing along to one of the biggest selling singles of the 1970s. Perhaps David’s feelings about his career and fans can be summed up by his favourite verse of the song “I don’t know what I’m up against, I don’t know what it’s all about, I got so much to think about, I think I love you…”

Through the ups and downs over the last 40+ years David has persevered mainly due to his immense talent and the love for and from his fans. As he told us a couple of times during the concert, his career started in New York and the tours should end a few steps from his first acting gig near Times Square. BB King’s on West 42nd Street was therefore the correct location for this performance.

Read more of Lucio’s review.

See photos of David’s March 4th concert, by Piernot.

To see a record of all of David’s past shows see the Concert section of this website. Fan’s contributions are welcomed.

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Message from David – March 27, 2017

To my fans all over the world,

I want to let you know that I’m doing fine and that today was a good day. I’ve had some very busy days since my interview on the Dr Phil show. I’m really doing very well. I have the occasional bad day as I’m sure we all do. My bad days are not often but I suspect they’re a bit different than most.

I’ve asked 3 of my closest friends (we’ve been friends for decades) to help me and let me know if they see any change in me on any given day. I’m very comfortable with my diagnosis and my life and lifestyle now. I plan on being here on this planet for a very long time!!

Happy Trails,


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David at Madison Square Garden – March 11, 1972

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