David Campbell age, wife, dad, net worth, wiki, biography


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David Campbell  real name is David Richard Campbell. David Campbell  date of birth is 7 February, 1948 and place of birth is Toronto, Ontario, Canada. By profession he is a Canadian-American arranger, composer, and conductor. Over the course of his career, he has contributed to the production of more than 450 albums that have been certified as either gold or platinum. Some of the artists whose work he has contributed to are Rush, Aerosmith, Harry Styles, Muse, Ariana Grande, Michael Jackson, Aaliyah, Evanescence, Beyoncé,  and Garth Brooks, as well as numerous albums by his son Beck.

David Campbell age, wiki, biography

David Campbell's birthday is 7 February, 1948 and birth place is Toronto, Ontario, Canada. His age as in 2022 is 74 years. Aquarius is his birth sign. He celebrates his birthday every year on February 7. 

David Campbell dad, parents, father and mother

David Campbell Dad: His Parents are D. Warren Campbell. His mother's name is not known and his father's name is D. Warren Campbell. His dad, D. Warren Campbell, was originally from Winnipeg, Manitoba, but at the time he was studying to become a Presbyterian minister at a seminary in Toronto. Campbell was then sent to a church in Pittsburgh with his family, where he stayed for a while before settling down in Seattle. At the age of nine, Campbell began learning the violin. When he was 12 years old, he started experimenting with orchestration and learning the works of composers like Schoenberg, Bartók, and Stravinsky.

After attending the Manhattan School of Music, Campbell relocated from New York to Los Angeles towards the end of 1960s and started his training in pop music there. His nationality is Canadian-American. He learned about the music of Leonard Cohen, The Beatles, and The Rolling Stones. He performed bluegrass music for the masses waiting in line for films in Westwood Village.

Campbell has four children. Beck Hansen, born on Jul 08, 1970, an American musician, singer, songwriter, and record producer. Channing Hansen born on 27 June, 1972, an artist, and  Rain Whittaker, a poet. These kids are from his marriage to Bibbe Hansen his ex-wife. The two were married from 1969 until 1985 when they divorced. He then tied the knot with Pauline Frechette, also known by the stage name Raven Kane in 1987. Raven by profession is a theatre composer. They welcomed a girl named Alyssa Suede, a singer and performer. Campbell has been a Scientologist for a long time. In the election for the presidency of the United States in 2012, he made a contribution to the campaign of Ron Paul.

David Campbell Career

When he was 23 years old, Campbell performed on his first significant album, which was Carole King's Tapestry. This resulted in his first position as an arranger, which was for the album Rhymes and Reasons by King. In addition, Campbell contributed viola playing to other recording sessions, including those for Marvin Gaye's "Let's Get It On" and Bill Withers' "Lean on Me." Ever since, he has arranged tracks for artists like Bob Dylan, Bon Jovi, Metallica, The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Adele, Ricky Martin, Radiohead, Jessie J, Juanes, Barbra Streisand, Miley Cyrus, and Tim McGraw. David's work as a composer may be heard in a wide variety of movies, like Paper Tigers, Joy, and Colombia: Magia Salvaje, among others. In addition, he has arranged and orchestrated the music for more than 80 movies, some of which are Foxcatcher in 2014, Annie in 2014, August: Osage County in 2013, Rock of Ages in 2012, Dreamgirls in 2007, North Country in 2005, and Brokeback Mountain in 2005.He worked with Muse to deliver "Survival," the official track of the London Olympics."

Campbell was responsible for arranging Radiohead's song "15 Step" in February 2009, so that it could be performed by the band in conjunction with the USC Marching Band at the 2009 Grammy Awards.In addition to leading the Los Angeles Philharmonic, he also arranged and orchestrated the music for Beck's Song Reader event at the Walt Disney Concert Hall.This concert showcased a variety of artists, such as John C. Reilly, Childish Gambino, Anne Hathaway, Jack Black, Juanes, and Jarvis Cocker. On June 6, 2014, he contributed his talents as an arranger and an orchestrator to the concert of the Seattle Symphony and Pickwick's Sonic Evolution.He was responsible for the underscore, orchestrations, song arrangements, as well as dance arrangements for the Broadway musical Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. The wealth that he has earned is from his professional career being a Canadian-American arranger, composer, and conductor.


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