David Kroll’s performance philosophy is simple: never, ever let an audience down. He learned that early on when, as a teenager, he was playing clubs he wasn’t even old enough to get into. He quickly stepped that up to the bigger leagues, opening for national touring acts like Chris Young, Lo Cash Cowboys and the Eli Young Band. Since his move to Nashville, an appearance on the popular TV show X-Factor and the success of his song “Little Soldiers,” David has expanded that reach to larger music venues and festivals as well as military bases. The audience grows, the philosophy remains the same. That consistency has won the young artist fans throughout middle America, the northeast and the south.
David recently went into the studio to record a five-song EP with Carson Chamberlain, the man who produced hits for such artists as Billy Currington and Easton Corbin. Kroll, who calls this collection a virtual roller coaster ride of emotions, has already incorporated the songs into his summer tour. “I love seeing how an audience reacts to new songs,” he said. “With these, we’re running them through the gamut of emotions — we’re going to give them everything they expect from a high-energy show. I want them to leave that night feeling like it was definitely a good night out.”