A passionate singer, gifted pianist and insightful songwriter, David Baron has caught the ear of audiences across the globe with his soaring vocals, confessional lyrics, and powerful piano pop/rock sound.
David Baron is a 27-year-old singer-songwriter who is both the lead singer of the Bryan Bros Band Featuring David Baron and a successful solo artist in his own right. After the release of his self-titled debut EP in the fall of 2008, Baron sold out four shows in a row in California. Baron then completed a nationwide tour that included opening slots for Jonas Brothers, David Archuleta, and Brandi Carlile, as well as headlining performances at notable venues such as Great American Music Hall and Slim’s (San Francisco), Mercury Lounge (New York), The Viper Room and Hotel Cafe (LA).
In between selling out shows across the U.S., Baron has toured internationally with the Bryan brothers (#1-world ranked men’s doubles tennis team) as the lead singer of the Bryan Bros Band Featuring David Baron. Their debut album Let It Rip reached #12 on the New Releases - Pop charts on Amazon.com, and for his work with the Bryans, Baron has been featured such media outlets as The New York Times, The Washington Post, and 60 Minutes.
A native of Plantation, Florida, David Baron graduated from Stanford University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in sociology in 2007. While at Stanford, Baron was the lead singer and songwriter of The Spins, a San Francisco-based rock group that won Best Music Video in San Francisco in 2006 for the Baron-penned song “Tell Her Something”. Baron currently resides in New York, where he is attending Columbia Law School.