Submit to FacebookSubmit to Google BookmarksSubmit to TwitterSubmit to LinkedIn

Shopping Cart

The cart is empty

For more than twenty years, David Allen Hammond has been writing and performing his songs in venues from coast to coast; honing his vision of the spiritual underpinnings of the human experience.
From the windswept deserts of the Southwest to the snow-covered fields of the high mountain valleys or the steel and concrete canyons of New York City, David's songs ride the thin edge of experience where the senses apprehend but the the soul understands. 
As a multi-instrumentalist, David has performed with the A-list of Texas songwriters including Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Butch Hancock, Joe Ely, Jimmie LaFave, David Halley and many others.  As a songwriter David has contributed to albums by Ruby Amanfu, M.Ward and Jimmie Dale Gimore (two of which received Grammy nominations) as well as artists in all genres from Texas, New York, Australia, Tennessee, Virginia and points between. 
Born in New River, Arizona, the desert was David's first home and the austere beauty of the landscape is apparent in his songs.  After several years studying Jazz, English, Anthropology and Philosophy at Arizona State University, David moved to Texas where he spent the next 20-some years playing and writing with a variety of musicians, singers and songwriters.  In 2002, after the release of 'Lifelines' an opportunity arose to move to the high country of New Mexico and Spyderman Studios was born.  The studio, in the basement of KZRM radio became a comfortable place for singers and songwriters to capture their songs and avail themselves of David's skill as producer and instrumentalist. 
After a serendipitous meeting with Jeanie Putnam, a beautiful classical pianist, singer and songwriter from New York City, David relocated to the East coast where he performed and created with Jeanie and various talented friends.  In 2013 David headed West to record "The Sapphire Sun"   In his studio in Chama he recorded and mixed a collection of 14 original songs and one cover by his friend and co-writer Tom Proutt.  "The Sapphire Sun" was released that fall. 

As of June, 2015, David and Jeanie have officially relocated to Taos, New Mexico where they continue to write and tour nationally.

2019  davidallenhammond.com   DVR Creative Webdesign