David Vaters released his latest studio endeavor. Entitled ‘Volume 2 - A Voice in the Wilderness,’ the album comes on the heels of Vater’s first volume of solo work which was released to critical acclaim in 2017, to date with over 10 million streams and views on digital music platforms. Infusing both Americana and Rock music with elements of alternative country, pop/rock, and, Vaters has quickly defined himself as a wholly unique talent quite unlike any other act in the music industry.
Huffington Post, stated, “David's music is creative and original, suffused with an ardent spiritual awareness rare in today’s music industry.” ‘Volume 2’ boasts most of the same impressive line-up as its predecessor, a collaboration that had critics calling ‘Volume 1’ “nothing if not mature, deftly crafted and powerful.” Like that album, ‘Volume 2’ will be part of Vaters’ ‘A Voice in the Wilderness’ collection of volumed records.
Vaters is currently is stating to get radio play including BBC radio, Sky 1 Radio in the UK and radio stations in the USA. David's video's have 100's of thousands of views on YouTube!
Many independent artists that enjoy substantial critical acclaim are met with a less enthusiastic, niche audience. Vaters defies the norm in this regard, as his genre-spanning style as a song writer has landed him on a number of notable charts. Volume 1 achieved over 6 million music streams on digital music platforms within just 12 months.
From his #1 worldwide Christian music position on ReverbNation to charting on iTunes rock charts in Australia and Mexico, Vaters has proved his relevance as a up and coming talent to take note of. Despite these two recent collections of music marking Vaters’ solo debut, he’s anything but green.
The veteran performer and songwriter honed his skills for many years recording on both sides of the Atlantic. Now on his own, Vaters has called upon colleagues to help his creative vision unfold. Some of the industry’s finest talent is on display on these albums, including musicians who have worked with the likes of Vince Gill, Peter Frampton, Kenny Loggins, Amy Grant, and others.
CCM Magazine featured David in an interview recently describing him as, - Something new, all over again! His albums have been rated 4.25 stars by the editor of CCM Magazine!
As Jamsphere.com recently stated, “A Voice In The Wilderness Volume 1” may be the best, most influential debut Americana album produced by any independent musician in the past decade, if not longer.
“If this is the first album of his out of the starting blocks, at least in a titular sense, imagine what gems are likely to follow,” raved Dave Franklin of Los Angeles - The Plug.