I am a published singer/songwriter and self-taught multi-instrumentalist (Guitar, Drums, Keyboards, Harmonica) and run my own project recording studio, David Fisher Productions, where I engineer and produce all sorts of music.
I have fronted my own 5-piece electric band for years and played hundreds of gigs and radio sessions all over the country.
As a requirement of all St Mary’s Church bookings, I have an up to date CRB check.
I’m married with two young children.
I’ve released 2 albums, 3 EPs and 3 Singles of my own “grown-up” songs under own name, David Fisher.
I’m a regular composer of music for Oxford University Press educational children’s books, including the Alphabet Songs for the “eSong Birds” Phonics DVD used by schools all over the UK. I have co-written hundreds of tunes for more than a dozen other OUP CD/books sold around the world with Oxford-based musician and school music tutor Chris Alchin. One title has received a British Council Award.
I have also sung and co-written a theme song for John Thompson’s ITV Comedy/Drama serial “Stan the Man” with Hollywood movie composer Alex Heffes (“The Rite”, “Sweeny Todd”, “State of Play”.) Alex also did lots of the clever arrangements on my Little Acorns CDs.
In 2010 I wrote songs for TV and movie actor Richard James’ hilarious school musical called Professor Thyme and the History Mystery published by Lazy Bee Scripts.
In previous incarnations I have delivered children’s telegrams in cartoon costumes, worked in record shops, been a research assistant for an Oxford academic and been a film sound recording and dubbing mixer.
I have a BA (Hons) in Philosophy from Heythrop College, University of London and took a foundation course in Art at Epsom College of Art and Design.