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David M. Bailey
Background information
Genres Folk, rock, Contemporary Christian Music Acoustic
Years active 1997-present

David M. Bailey is an American singer/songwriter who was born on February 26, 1966, and has released eighteen albums since 1997, primarily playing Contemporary Christian Music.



David M. Bailey is the son of Presbyterian missionairies and was raised in Beirut, Lebanon. He spent some of his youth in Germany where he learned to play the guitar, played in some bands, and began writing songs. Upon returning to the United States , he attended Grove City College; he then got married and entered corporate America. He soon was diagnosed with a Glioblastoma brain tumor that was to have killed him in 6 months. He quit his job and decided to tour and write songs as long as he could. In 2003, he was one of half a dozen winners at the Kerrville New Folk Compettiton at the Kerrville Folk Festival.[1] He has been a Cancer Survivor 12 years. In late 2008 David was diagnosed with a recurrence of Glioblastoma. On November 20, 2008, David had surgery to remove a cyst and new tumor and is now undergoing treatment while also starting to tour again.[2][3] He maintains an active touring and recording schedule.[4] He currently lives in Earlysville, Virginia.

His music has been compared to that of James Taylor, Jim Croce and Cat Stevens.[4][5]


  • All That Matters
  • Bittersweet
  • Coffee with the Angels
  • Comfort
  • Faith
  • Hope, the Anthology
  • Life
  • Live
  • Lost and Found
  • Love the Time
  • One More Day
  • Peace
  • Rusty Brick Road
  • Silent Conversation
  • Two to See
  • Some Quiet Night
  • Home By Another Way
  • Notes
  • Love - Still The Greatest

DVD release

  • Living


  1. ^ "Local church to host David Bailey", Ledger-Enquirer, 2007-03-10
  2. ^ "David Bailey reveals new cancer threat", "", 11-20-2008
  3. ^ "Virtual Brain Tumor Trials", 11-21-2008
  4. ^ a b Biography
  5. ^ Notes on the Live album

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