July 2nd, 2008
David performs at the Train Station Museum
on 1st Avenue West, Sunday July 6th @ 7:00 PM.
February 15, 2008
"I Got Nothin' To Do (And No One To Do It With)".
Is being released as a special single by Comstock Records
David's U.S. lable. Frank Fara, Comstock president,
fell in love with this song, and is promoting it in
a special campaign in the States and overseas.
Below you can hear the full song.
February 13, 2008
Talk radio host, Bryan Allen has David as special guest on CKNX Radio Wingham.
Hear the whole interview, broken into three parts (for faster downloading) in
the Flash media player below.
Fromager's recording of "The Best Tears of Her Life" from his recent
"My Country Side" CD reached number one in December airplay for
independent country songs, according to The Music Review, an industry
monitoring service based in New York State.
It keeps track of airplay on some 200 country music AM and FM radio
stations, mostly in the northeastern United States, said Frank Fara,
whose Comstock Records released Fromager's CD in the U.S. last year.
"My Country Side" is also getting steady airplay over more than 100
commercial country stations in 17 European countries including
The United Kingdom as well as New Zealand, Australia and Japan,
"It's been bigger than we expected," Fara said this week from his
office in Arizona. "It exceeded our expectations because he's totally
unknown, just coming out at ground zero."
If you haven't heard the CD, you can sample it through The Sun Times
Click on arts/life, then on Our Sound Music Gallery,
then find Fromager on the list.
There's also a video, recorded Friday at his downtown music store,
of Fromager singing "The Best Tears of Her Life".
The song was a top 20 country hit in Denmark and 38th on the
top 50 country hits for 2007 in The Netherlands.
In South Carolina, the song stayed on the charts at bellweather
WAGS/WJDJ for more than 20 weeks and reached number two.
"I haven't seen that in a long time," Fara said.
"They just jumped on it."
Fromager's Canadian manager, Joe Wood, will release the song Monday
to radio stations across Canada on the Electrum label.
A second single from the CD, "Lonely in Love", is still in the
top 100 in the Canadian market, a followup to the first single
"How Can I Change Things Now."
"It's kind of bizarre. I never expected all of this," Fromager said.
"I don't know where this is all going to end."
After several years as a songwriter in Nashville, the son of local
country music legend Alfie Fromager returned to Owen Sound a few years ago.
With his wife Donna, who sings both harmony and lead vocalist on the CD,
he runs Music and More.
-Bill Henry The Sun Times January 19th, 2007
December 19 , 2007
Photo courtesy of "Floodtography" by Rodger Flood
After a very busy summer and fall with local concerts drawing
crowds from 400 to 1500, David is now busy writing some new
material for a couple of new artists and working on a
new project of his own.
The December issue of "Country Music News" wrote another
article on David.
David really wants to thank everyone for their support
and all the DJs and radio stations for playing his songs.
A second single from the album "Lonely In Love" has jumped
up again in the top 100 in Canada. David has also topped
many charts in the international market.
Sad songs, slow waltzes and stories, that describes David Fromagerís
"My Country Side" (Electrum). This really is a beautiful piece of work.
With the singerís voice sensitive to all his subject matter it is as
though David has invited us into his very personal world.
The Canadian wrote seven of the ten songs and without a doubt all of
them are winners, with "The Best Tears Of My Life", "Home Is Where The Hurt Is"
and "How Can I Change Things Now" emerging as classic heart ballad performances.
"Your Memory" is a bonus with the co-writer, Davidís wife Donna, taking the lead
vocal and proving she is just as talented as her husband.
October 17 , 2007
David's new album is now available on CD Baby!
From Nashville to Tokyo, My Counrty Side has
been getting rave reviews around the world.
Just look at what some radio stations have been saying:
Top album, great voice! Favourites are :
"The Best Tears of Her Life", "Auction",
"Home Is Where the Hurt Is" and "Your Memory"
(love her [Donna Fromager] voice too).
-David Langford, Coffs Harbour NSW, Australia
Another fine singer/song writer fav tracks
'Best tears of her life' and 'Home is where the heart is'.
-Alan Potter, HHR Radio, United Kingdom
David has a great country voice, 10 excellent tracks...
...What an exellent voice Donna has also.
-James Pearson, BBC Radio, Shetland, Scotland
The whole album is Brilliant. More please.
-Joy and Pejay, Country Roads, Victoria, Australia
David Fromager's "My Country Side" has smoothy and
sincere stories. This will be featured in my radio show
called 'Happy Trails' on Susa Onda Radio for the
-Remo Ricaldone, Susa Onda Radio, Italy
June 14th, 2007
Music critic Larry Delaney from Country Music News reviews
Fromager's new album "My Country Side".
Click here to read the complete review on-line.