David Longoria

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David Longoria
David Longoria
Background information
Born Colorado Springs, Colorado
Origin Seattle, Washington
Genres Pop, EDM, jazz, Latin
Instruments trumpet, vocals
Labels Del Oro Music
Associated acts CeCe Peniston, Ottmar Liebert, Chris Standring, Poncho Sanchez, Michael Jackson, Marc Antoine (musician) Marc Antoine, James Brown, Sparks, Sting, Dr. Alban, The Coasters, Andrae Crouch, General Public,
Website DavidLongoria.com

David Longoria is an American trumpeter and Music Producer.[1]

His dance/pop song "Deeper Love",[2] a duet with CeCe Peniston, peaked at No. 14 under Billboard magazine's "Hot Dance Club Play" category in 2005.[3]

In September 2012 Longoria released an instrumental dance pop single titled Zoon Baloomba which was remixed by popular remixers including Ralphi Rosario, Majik Boys, DJ Yannis, European remixer Mental Blue and others. Zoon Baloomba entered the US Billboard Dance Music Chart at #50 on October 6, 2012. When it debuted it became the first recording on this chart by a trumpeter since Herb Alpert charted his instrumental single "Rise" in 1979.[4] Zoon Baloomba climbed the Billboard chart for the following 8 weeks reaching #21 on November 18, 2012.[5]


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