“I felt like I was home and I haven’t felt that way in a long time. It’s not just the song lyrics or the music; it’s the peaceful place it takes me to.”  — Terry Rader,  Yes! Weekly

“I felt like I was home and I haven’t felt that way in a long time. It’s not just the song lyrics or the music; it’s the peaceful place it takes me to.”
Terry Rader, Yes! Weekly

Before Dave Ray Cecil performed at The Lincoln Center in New York City or Nashville’s famed Bluebird Cafe, he was a young child simply putting notes together on the piano. Lyrics soon came easily to him, and while secretly playing his older brother’s guitar, he wrote his first song. Dave has rarely slowed in his creative output, and his musical craftsmanship has been recognized by a variety of songwriting competitions. A truly prolific artist, he has no room in his performances for covers. In fact, Dave's timeless melodies and cutting poetic truths often leave many wondering aloud, "Who wrote that song?" His humble answer is always, "I did; hope you enjoyed it."