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A native of Colorado, JoJo David grew up on the timeless sounds of Sixties folk, classic Motown & Blue Note, and Seventies radio, from Joni Mitchell and Stevie Wonder to Elton John and Johnny Hartmann. David eventually headed East to New York City, where he soon found his way into the studio as a session vocalist, and into Bleeker Street bars as a cover song/cocktail hour singer. He migrated to Boston, where he began to build his following singing with Five O'Clock Shadow and quickly working his way into Berklee College of Music studio sessions.

His 2004 collection of jazz tinged ballads, "Small Hours", made its way onto local jazz radio playlists as well as garnering acclaim from radio legend Ron Della Chiesa, "...David's lyric voice caresses the music. You feel when you listen to him that he's lived the stories - he knows how to phrase. This album captures loneliness beautifully."