Looking Out from Inside
After nearly a decade of absence from writing and performing music, David Horton seemed content in his life--raising his two sons and running a successful graphic design business in Boston. When his close, childhood friend and musician died unexpectedly, everything changed. 'It was one of those things that can happen that make you re-evaluate everything in your life.' His first instinct was to pick up his guitar and try to make sense of what he was feeling through music. He was reunited with old friend and musical partner, Chris Florio, at the memorial service where he performed a song he'd written for his friend. Afterwards, Chris encouraged him to record the song in his home studio. One new song led to another and eventually rhythm sections were hired, larger studios rented, and the idea of a producing a record was born. The collection of songs that would become 'Looking Out From Inside' was written and recorded over a period of three years. The songs are deeply personal reflections on relationships, faith, love, and loss with a diverse musical palette--from alternative-style rock to atmospheric ballads. David has been writing and recording music since the age of 16. He was born and raised in northern New Jersey. He moved to Boston to attend The Art Institute and has lived there ever since. He has performed in countless clubs and coffee houses throughout the New England area including, Johnny D's, The Sky Bar, Elephant and Castle, All Asia, and the Paradise Lounge.
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