“I find there is so much beauty getting outside of your home and embracing life. That’s how travel inspires me”
David was born in Houston, TX and grew up in the suburb of Sugarland. While attending college in Dallas, he formed the David Ramirez band, an acoustic folk-pop act. After a stint in Nashville he packed his belongings into his Kia Rio car and hit the road. Without a booking agent or manager, he toured from city to city playing open mics, house shows and dive bars. It was those experiences that inspired the songs on his first solo release, the 2007 EP, Birmingham, which included an early solo recording of the fan favorite “Fires”. Since then David has released albums in 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, and 2017. In 2018, David’s songs were featured on notable TV shows, “This Is Us”, “Billions” and “The Ranch”. David just released his fourth full length album, entitled We’re Not Going Anywhere. The album is an expansive sound influenced by some of David’s favorite 80’s bands like The Cars and Journey, and lyrically reflective of the intense political landscape in America and his bi-racial viewpoints.