Cell: (865) 548-6099
David Easterling bio
David Easterling is an Americana singer/songwriter/storyteller living in Oak Ridge, TN. His folky Appalachian tales are often comedic, sometimes little bit scary, but always connect with the head and the heart! Spooky Songs Live is his newest CD and he has recorded 5 more CD’s of original music. David’s music can be found on the usual media outlets including ReverbNation, YouTube, Facebook, etc. and has been played on radio stations from WDVX in Knoxville, TN to K2K radio in London, England. He has performed at festivals and many venues as diverse as Madlife in Georgia, Moonlight on the Mountain in Alabama, Stones Throw in Wisconsin, Capones in Indiana, Iron Horse in North Carolina, and Sugarlands and The Listening Room in TN. And Nashville gigs including 12 Keys Saloon, Sam Ash Music, The Commodore and Millennium Maxwell House!
You can contact him at email@example.com
Facebook.com/david.easterling.1069 www.davideasterling.com or call or text him at (865) 548-6099.
Moonshine And Moonpies
live at Jim Olivers Smokehouse.
Don’t Bury Me
live at Oakey’s
Buried Before My Time
Live at WDVX Blue Plate Special
Spiritual Advisor, Cornerstone of Recovery, 2012-2022
Producer, Singer-Songwriter, and Artist of original music CD’s
Courage To Care (1997)
Lonely Eyes (2003)
Biscuits and Honey (2019)
Live From Sugarlands (2019)
My Soul To Keep (2021)
Spooky Songs (2022)
David has written (or co-written) over 1500 songs. He specializes in story songs of all kinds. His music is considered Americana these days and often includes comedy, recovery and faith themes.
Director, SongWeaver Resources Group (SRG), 1994-2014; Grace 4 Recovery 2014-present
World Vision Artist Associate, Musician/Dramatist, 1997-2014
Writer/Author/Editor (On Contract), United Methodist Publishing House, Abingdon Press, Upper Room, and Cactus Game Design, 1992-2002
Author of several books including:
Community: Living Faithfully with Others
Genesis: Part Two
Redemption Player’s Guide
Editor of several books, Writer of over 80 programs for UMPH youth curriculum resources, and Writer of over 30 articles for magazines
Host and coordinator of THE GATHERING monthly music and message at Cornerstone of Recovery
Over 1,000 concerts, worship services, and comedy/drama performances in churches, schools, conventions, and music festivals
Producer, Co-Writer, Actor for many plays including: Who Wants To Set The Table?; Come To Me; Nativity; And Still We Come; In The Garden; Shadowlands (spring 2011)
Produced and directed Karol’s House: Housing with a Heart (video of the first Loudon County Habitat For Humanity project from beginning to dedication)