Born and raised in the Cajun state of Louisiana, David St. Romain has emerged as one of the hottest young singers in the city of Nashville. Influenced by a range of music and artists from Metallica to Hank Williams, St. Romain appeals to audiences of all ages and walks of life. From the age of eleven he has established himself as a master showman, an energetic performer, and an exceptional singer. He has attracted the attention of many A&R representatives nationwide including Mercury, Capital, Electra and Curb. St. Romain's music has turned many heads during his career and has benefited from the support of many famous Nashville producers, songwriters and performers. He has collaborated with such names as Dan Tyler, R.S. Field, Greg Morrow, and Tony Harrell to produce one of the freshest country albums on the market today. St. Romain has also been heralded by Western Beat showman Billy Block, stating, 'Big things ahead for Mr. St. Romain.' In addition to his performances on Western Beat, St. Romain has appeared on various morning radio shows. Most notably, he appeared on the Walton and Johnson morning radio show in New Orleans, Louisiana and was exposed to over 750,000 listeners in Louisiana, Mississippi and on the Internet. Now on the road full time, St. Romain has fine tuned his skills as a singer, musician and performer to the highest levels possible. Playing large and small clubs across the entire Midwest and South, David has had the opportunity to build a base of loyal, dedicated fans willing to cross state lines just for the chance to see him perform. With the personality and charm of a Southern gentlemen and a deep, sultry voice reminiscent of Otis Redding, St. Romain is a performer with all the skills necessary to make big things happen in the music business. With many accomplishments already under his belt, St. Romain remains steadfast in achieving total success in the music industry. With an unwavering resolve, St. Romain brings his music to as many listeners as possible and let's them share in his love of music, performance and life. In this time of anger and violence in the music industry, David St. Romain brings fun, hope and a shear love of music back to an audience that's always asking for more.