David Briggs (American musician)
||This biographical article needs additional citations for verification. (August 2009)|
David Paul Briggs (born March 16, 1943, Killen, Alabama, United States) is an American keyboardist, record producer, arranger, composer and studio owner. He played his first recording session at the age of 14 and has gone on to add keyboards to a plethora of pop, rock, and country artists, as well as recording hundreds of corporate commercials.
In May 1966, he was given the opportunity of recording on sessions for Elvis Presley's album How Great Thou Art when Floyd Cramer was running late. Briggs continued to record and tour with Presley until February 1977.
Briggs and Norbert Putnam opened Quadrafonic Studios in the late 1960s. It was sold in 1976 and Briggs opened House of David.
Artists he has worked with include Elvis Presley, Dean Martin, Joan Baez, Nancy Sinatra, B.B. King, Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, George Harrison, Todd Rundgren, Roy Orbison, The Monkees, J. J. Cale, Kris Kristofferson and many others.
Briggs was inducted into the Alabama Music Hall of Fame in 1999.
||This article's use of external links may not follow Wikipedia's policies or guidelines. (July 2013)|
- The House of David
- Alabama Music Hall of Fame
- Elvis Presley's TCB Band
- The Country Music Hall Of Fame
- Quad Studios Nashville
- Music News Nashville