David Archuleta’s Orion EP Available May 19 West Coast Tour Kicks Off June 1

David Archuleta’s Orion EP Available May 19
West Coast Tour Kicks Off June 1
Platinum-selling singer David Archuleta is gearing up for the May 19th release of Orion, the first in a series of new EPs from the international pop star. 
Inspired by lessons learned during his two-year missionary trip to Chile, “Numb” — the EP’s lead single, which premiered last November via Billboard — sets the tone for Orion‘s
mix of self-reflection and pop melody. The song was co-written by
Archuleta, Trent Dabbs, and producer Jamie Kenney. “People really want
to connect with what’s coming from someone’s heart, from their soul, and
what they’re going through,” he tells Billboard. “I feel like [“Numb”] was that for me.”
Archuleta and Kenney teamed up for Orion‘s
follow-up single, too, co-writing “Up All Night” with Isabeau Miller
and Shaun Balin. The song makes its debut on April 21st, roughly one
month before the EP’s release.
Archuleta will support Orion‘s
arrival with a tour of the west coast and southwestern markets, kicking
off with his June 1st appearance at the State Theatre in Red Bluff,
. A full list of performance dates is below.
launching his career in 2008, when he became the runner-up of American
Idol with 44 million votes, Archuleta has found success both at home and
abroad. “Crush,” his debut single, sold more than 1.92 digital copies,
paving the way for a string of albums that have touched on modern pop,
Christian music, and holiday favorites. Archuleta has been a familiar
face on TV, too — not only on American Idol, whose cast he joined at 16
years old but also on shows like iCarly and Hannah Montana. Finally, he
made the New York Times’ bestsellers’ list with his 2010 autobiography,
‘Chords of Strength: A Memoir of Soul, Song and the Power of
took a break from the public eye in 2012 when he put his singing career
on hold to volunteer at the La Misión Chile Rancagua in Santiago,
Chile. A member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints,
Archuleta worked as a volunteer missionary for two years. Upon his
return, he began changing his approach to songwriting, going beyond his
Top 40 roots to focus on honest, heartfelt lyrics.
unveils Archuleta’s new sound, mixing his melodies and muscular vocals
with stories about his life and recent experiences. It’s not his first
album as an adult, but it may be his first truly adult album. Like the
constellation that gives the EP its name, Orion burns brightly.
David’s West Coast Tour Dates are below (more to come!): 

Thursday, June 1 — Red Bluff, CA – State Theatre
Friday, June 2 — Fresno, CA – Tower Theatre
Saturday, June 3 — Grants Pass, OR – Rogue Theater
Tuesday, June 6, 2017 —  Bend, OR -Tower Theatre
Wednesday, June 7, 2017 — Sacramento, CA – Crest Theatre
Friday, June 9, 2017 — Portland, OR  Alberta Rose Theatre
Monday, June 12, 2017 — Spokane WA – Bing Crosby Theater
Tuesday, June 13, 2017 — Seattle WA – Triple Door
Friday, June 16, 2017 — Pocatello ID – Portneuf Amphitheater
Saturday, June 17, 2017 – Layton, UT – The Kenley Ampitheater
Friday, June 23, 2017 — Snowflake AZ – Snowflake High School Auditorium
Saturday, June 24, 2017 — Safford AZ – David M. Player Center for the Arts
Saturday, September 23, 2017 — Kamas UT – DeJoria Center

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