New Music From Singer Songwriter David Ramirez

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David Ramirez

We’re Not Going Anywhere

Genre: Folk/Americana

Label: Sweetworld/Thirty Tigers

Release Date: September 8, 2017

 

Prolific singer and songwriter David Ramirez has earned a large and growing following for his soulful, introspective songs and passionate performances. Ramirez grew up in Houston, Texas, where he became interested in music and formed a band with his friends. Influenced by ’90’s alternative rock, Ramirez’s group primarily played parties, but he got hooked on making music, and while attending college in Dallas, he heard an album by Ryan Adams and became fascinated by contemporary folk and influential singer/songwriters of the ’60’s and ’70’s, especially Bob Dylan.

In Dallas, Ramirez formed a new band and began writing songs that fused pop music with his new lyrical influences, and in 2003 he released his first album, 11503 Lansbury. Two more albums would follow — 2005’s Human and 2007’s While Underneath Lights — before Ramirez chose to break up the band and moved to Nashville to focus on acoustic music.

In 2008, Ramirez traveled to Birmingham, Alabama and cut an EP, simply called Birmingham, that was the first step on his new musical journey. After leaving Nashville for Austin, Texas, Ramirez started touring extensively, playing as often as his circumstances would allow, and as he wrote more songs, he began releasing new material at an impressive rate, cranking out two albums (2009’s American Soil and 2012’s Apologies) and two EPs (2011’s Strangetown and 2013’s The Rooster) in the space of five years.

 

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