By Harry | 03/19/2018 | Comments Off on “WILDER TIME #024” DEBUTS ARTIST, DAVID SWEETLOW, & HIS NEW SINGLE!


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David SweetLow …

is an English singer-songwriter. He’s had two top 40 hits in the UK in his own right and has co-written songs for several high profile artists. He has worked on major advertising projects in Spain for the Voll Damn Beer company and has contributed to many other major advertising campaigns.

As an artist, he has worked with some of the most prestigious producers and engineers of the 80s including Alan Tarney, Andy Hill, and Gary Langan. As a co-writer, he’s work alongside Gary Numan, Alan Tarney, and the Spanish producer Jordi Cubino.

David SweetLow…

has been signed as an artist by three (3) major record labels during his career, WEA Records, Polydor Records and by Miles Copeland at IRS Records. His co-written song “Adrenalin” was featured in the Hollywood movie “Blood and Concrete” starring “Jennifer Beals.”

Now he lives and works in Japan where he is working as an acoustic singer/songwriter/producer and has set up a studio.

His music is a mix of Americana/folk/Celtic which reflects his love of the Southern states of the USA and the Highlands of Scotland.

David SweetLow…

is an artist/producer with long experience in his profession.

About the author, Harry

Music….My faithful, lifetime companion. It started with my turquoise transistor radio when I was nine years old, at thirteen seeing teen idol Ricky Nelson wowing the girls with his singing and guitar playing. It was then I knew I wanted to be a rock n ‘ roll musician and who knows why, to play drums. My dream became a reality and I loved playing rock n ‘ roll with five different bands, getting to tour in California and experiencing the closeness that bands can feel when they become tight and are playing great stuff! I have come full circle and because of a wonderful, crazy life and never losing my love for rock n’ roll music, I am back playing music again in my personal music book, Radio Wilder. How cool is that?