New Album From Los Angeles Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist David Haerle Out Now

*The Following Press Release Was Issued By Reckoning PR*

Los Angeles singer/songwriter/guitarist David Haerle released his sophomore album Death Valley on May 8.

 

The 15 songs included on Death Valley were selected “based on a feeling and what I thought would make a good listening experience,” shares David. “Death Valley is the culmination of where inspiration took me during this period in my life. We rock pretty hard in places. We take it way down in others. I sing about renewal, how we lose our way and then find our way back. There’s a lot of love and gratitude expressed on this record and hopefully people find beauty in some of what we have done.”

 

Leading up to the album’s release, David has released a series of singles and music videos: “Go Do That With Sharon,” “The Free Show,” “Edendale” and “Romy and Michele.”

 

David’s taken a unique path that has led to the release of Death Valley. His father Martin emigrated from Germany to pursue a dream of working in the country music industry and co-founded the independent label CMH Records (Country Music Heritage). His maternal grandparents co-owned the first full time country music radio station in Nashville, WENO. The King of Country Music, Roy Acuff, took him onstage at the Grand Ole’ Opry before a full house when he was 9 years of age. After picking up the guitar at age 13, he played in a couple rock and alternative new wave bands during the 80’s, before becoming a music agent at ICM. Then his father passed away suddenly and at just 24 years-old, David took over the family business and has served as president of CMH Records, now CMH Label Group, ever since. Making music took a back seat to running the label, but David never stopped playing guitar and in recent years, he has returned to his passion of performing and releasing original music.

 

Recent press coverage in American Songwriter, Billboard, Glide Magazine and Elmore Magazine

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