Coming next at All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Richland

David Prince!

David Prince

April's Coffeehouse features David Prince.

Friday, April 12, 7:30 PM
All Saints’ Episcopal Church, 1322 Kimball Ave., Richland, WA
(Please use the back parking lot, and enter through the rear door.)
Tickets $10 / $8 3RFS members at the door.
Open mic 7:00pm, David Prince at ~7:30pm.

David Prince at the 3RFS Coffeehouse Three Rivers Folklife Society presents the April Coffeehouse: Friday, April 12th at All Saints’ Episcopal Church, 1322 Kimball Ave., Richland, WA. Open mic at 7, David Prince at about 7:30. Tickets at the door: $10 / $8 3RFS Members. for more information. David Prince is a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who has released eleven self-produced albums and EP's, including “Lost In The Dark” and “The Rules of Christmas Revisited,” both released in 2023. He was born in Illinois and raised in Texas. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Music Education from Boise State University and taught music in Idaho and California for several years, all while playing in several rock/country bands. In 2019, he retired from teaching, moved to Washington, and began to focus on his music full-time, both recording and performing. He is a member of Dr. Rock & the Sturgeons, a local band that brings rock & roll to venues throughout the vast and varied musical landscape of Washington. David continues to perform as a solo artist, as well. He can also be heard providing harmony vocals on “Create Love” (available on 4/5/24), the latest album by The KCD Band - a group based in Central Texas and fronted by his long-time friend and musical collaborator, Casey Stanislaw. David and his wife, Amy have been married for 39 years and have two grown sons. They currently live and work in Richland, Washington.