Apr 9, 2015
note: photo used is of Tuacahn Ampitheatre.
Dec 12, 2014
David Archuleta teamed up with beloved musical acts The Piano Guys, Peter Hollens, and The Mormon Tabernacle Choir to perform “Angels, from the Realms of Glory”, in conjunction with a record-breaking live Nativity celebrating the birth of Christ. Hosted by the Radiant Foundation, the event took place in Provo, Utah on December 1 and featured more than a thousand participants.
Click on the above image to view the live Nativity video directly from ThePianoGuys YouTube channel.
To download an MP3 of “Angels, from the Realms of Glory”, visit the Mormon Channel Facebook page.
Photos Credit – JarvieDigital
Nov 5, 2014
David Archuleta took part in the creation of the Nashville Tribute Band’s new album, Redeemer. He both co-wrote and recorded the track “When the Son of Man (Comes Again).”
In David’s words
I participated in a project of some dear (and “Deere”) friends of mine, paying tribute to the most important person in my life, our Savior. It was a privilege to cowrite and record the 13th track on the album. Each song tries to put us in the shoes of the personal testimonies those of old had of of the Savior.
Read more about the creation of the album in the Deseret Times article, “Big names contribute to Nashville Tribute Band’s new ‘Redeemer’ album.”
David’s track and the rest of Redeemer can be previewed and purchased on iTunes.
Sep 28, 2014
Tune in this Sunday to FM100.3 for a sneak preview of Glorious, a new recording by David Archuleta. The song will be heard near the end of the soon-to-be-released movie Meet the Mormons.
You can hear an interview with David and the new recording on FM100.3 or online at http://
Jun 24, 2014
David will be doing a live chat on June 24, starting at 5.30pm MDT in Spanish and 7pm MDT in English, to talk about his mission and perform some songs. The live chat will take place on the LDS Youth Facebook page. The event can also be viewed live on lds.org and the Mormon youtube channel. Submit your questions on the Face to Face event page or via twitter using the hashtag #LDSface2face.
Apr 5, 2014
You may now watch the “Called to Serve” online at KSL.com:
“Called to Serve” documentary courtesy of KSL.com
“David Archuleta – Called to Serve” is a half hour documentary about David’s mission premiering Sunday, April 6, at 1:30 pm US Mountain time. Check local listings or view it at the KSL-TV livestream. Note that the livestream may not be available in all countries.
Here are some promotional stills from the documentary with David’s words:
Mar 26, 2013
David Archuleta’s new album “No Matter How Far” is now in stores in the US and Canada, and also available online!
“No Matter How Far” features a mix of newly released songs and tracks previously only available in Asia. The record’s tracklist includes the new single “Don’t Run Away”, OPM-classics like “Forevermore”, and fan-favourites such as “Nothing Else Better To Do” and “Wait”.
“No Matter How Far” is David’s 6th studio album after his debut record “David Archuleta”, holiday album “Christmas From The Heart”, sophomore record “The Other Side Of Down”/”The Other Side of Down Asian Tour Edition”, OPM album “Forevermore”/”Forevermore Expanded Edition”, and his 2012 album “BEGIN.” released in August last year. It is David’s third pre-recorded release during his two-year-mission for his church in South America.
1. “Nothing Else Better To Do”
2. “Everything And More”
3. “Don’t Run Away”
4. “Tell Me”
5. “Love Don’t Hate”
7. “Heart Falls Out”
8. “Notice Me”
9. “I’ll Never Go”
Non-US residents can purchase the album from selected Amazon and iTunes country stores.
For a chance to win a copy of “No Matter How Far”, check out the official Twitter and Facebook contest!
Jan 31, 2013
American Idol runner up and pop sensation David Archuleta is set to release his new studio album “No Matter How Far” on March 26, 2013.
David is currently serving a two-year mission in South America for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. “No Matter How Far” features a mix of new recorded material and previously unreleased U.S. tracks. The first single, “Don’t Run Away”, produced by British music producers The Nexus (David Sneddon and James Bauer-Mein), will be serviced to the AC Radio format in February.
David reached second place on the seventh season (2008) hit show American Idol as one of the youngest to perform on the show at age 16. He released his self-titled debut album the following year. Both the album and its lead single “Crush” peaked at #2 on the Billboard Top 200 and the Billboard Hot 100 charts, respectively. “Crush” went on to sell over 2 million downloads. David has since released the albums “Christmas From The Heart”, “The Other Side of Down”, and the covers album “BEGIN.”. He was the featured vocalist on the Mormon Tabernacle Choirs’ “Glad Christmas Tidings” album and PBS Special in 2011, and released “Forevermore” an album of Filipino standards in the Philippines in 2012.
“No Matter How Far” will be released on Entertainment One.
Check out the new single “Don’t Run Away” here:
For tracklist and pre-order information click here.