Texas vocalist Dave Cave is a charismatic performer with a “smooth as silk” tenor voice. His wide range of music genre provides something for people of all ages to enjoy. He has recorded several albums over the years. His first, "Expressions," which included a number of songs he wrote, came out in 1988, followed by "Christmas Memories" in 1991 and "A Christmas To Remember" in 1994. "Grand," "This Is America," and "White World Of Winter" were all released in 2001. "Love Divine," Dave’s most recent recording, came out in 2008.
Dave has had the opportunity to sing in a variety of venues. To name a few, he has entertained before large audiences at Bass Hall in Fort Worth, the Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, and the famed Fox Theatre in Atlanta. He has been the featured soloist for both the Fort Worth Symphony’s and Irving Symphony’s July 4th concert programs and made three successive appearances (2005 – 2007) at the White House to entertain guests during the Christmas holidays. He also served as the featured entertainer at several Miss America affiliated pageants. He was a weekly performer at Arlington’s Johnnie High's Country Music Revue for a number of years where he sang with LeAnn Rimes, Steve Holy, and Linda Davis. In 2011, Dave performed in Betty Buckley’s "Story Songs" at The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and played Captain Georg Van Trapp in "The Sound of Music" at a Metroplex theatre.
Wherever he performs, Dave’s outgoing personality and natural ability to connect with his audience have created a loyal following. His strong tenor voice and wide range of music genre provides something for everyone to enjoy.