A native of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, David Wilson is a driven, up and coming singer/songwriter who has found his voice in a combination of country, folk, and acoustic rock music. Either as a solo performer or as a member of the band known as "Bailey Park," David has opened for several well known artists such as Kansas, Tim Reynolds' TR3, Sister Hazel, Bess Rogers, Doug Paisley, Sonia Leigh, and The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band. David's music has been featured on Pittsburgh's 91.3FM WYEP's "Third Thursday" and on Pittsburgh City Paper's "MP3 Monday." David's original song "Railroad Man" from his debut album "Songs From Wood Street" and his song "Simple Mind (The Student Loan Song)" from his follow up EP "Black Top Road" were both featured on Philadelphia's 88.5FM WXPN as the "Philly Local Pick of the Day." His song "Philadelphia" has also received airplay on WXPN. In the fall of 2016, David was chosen by WXPN and Lancaster, PA's Fig Magazine as the "Fig Voices" artist for Fig's fall issue. He was featured in the magazine and had a show sponsored by Fig and WXPN. While working on his bachelor's degree at Point Park University in Pittsburgh, David was selected to sing in a choir conducted by Marvin Hamlisch. The choir performed at Pittsburgh's Heinz Hall with the Pittsburgh POPS symphony. His debut album entitled "Songs From Wood Street" was released in November, 2014 and his EP entitled "Black Top Road" was released in May of 2016. He is currently working on a follow up album.
"David's song "Simple Mind (The Student Loan Song)" caught my attention. His voice is warm and he shares the message of the stress that college graduates are dealing with today. Listening to his music, I hear influences from James Taylor and Jason Isbell!"
- Helen Leicht, Midday Host, XPN Local Host, Assistant Program Director - WXPN 88.5 FM - Philadelphia
"David Wilson's voice is awesome. It drives me nuts because I can't figure out which timeless songwriter he sounds like. Gram Parsons? Jim Croce? Harry Nilsson? A very compelling performer!"
- Cindy Howes, Morning Mix Host - WYEP 91.3 FM - Pittsburgh
"David is a bright star rising! His songs have strong visual images backed up with solid guitar rhythms and heartfelt vocals. He is an up and coming talent in the new world of singer-songwriters."
- Greg Joseph, Bassist, Songwriter for The Clarks
"David Wilson's beautiful and haunting songs make me feel like I'm on a long country road at sunset or the dusty coal mines of Appalachia. His guitar playing is artful and intricate and his voice is smooth and sincere. He is an artist that is clearly headed for great things."
- Bess Rogers, Independent Recording Artist, guitarist for Ingrid Michaelson
"Bailey Park has opened 2 different shows for me with 2 different artists and I have enjoyed the experience. They are professional, entertaining and a pleasure to have on the bill. I look forward to working with them again."
- Scott Huber, Tour Manager Sister Hazel, Sonia Leigh
Opening for The Further Unsound
Pour on Prince - Pour's 5 Year Anniversary
3 acts in one night! Laura Luce - 5:30 - 6:45 David Wilson - 7:00 - 8:15 Andy Mowatt - 8:30 - 9:45