Dave Pittman is a hero to many. The Arkansas native’s soulful vocals were introduced to millions during his appearance on American Idol’s 9th season. But it was his inspiring life journey with Tourette Syndrome that resonated with the country’s heart. Dave’s latest album “Different Kind Of Love,” features six new songs along with the beloved hymn, “I’d Rather Have Jesus.” Spotlighting the writing and instrumental talents of many of Christian music’s finest—including Selah’s Todd Smith; NewSong’s Matt Butler; Tyrus Morgan; Jay Speight; and Daniel Doss—the collection is ultimately a musical reflection of Dave’s hope and faith in Christ. Dave suffers from Tourette Syndrome, a neurological disorder causing involuntary repetitive movements and sounds. As a child, Dave’s disability made him the target of bullies, and he eventually became suicidal. Attempting to take his life at only 10 years old, he stopped short of pulling the trigger of his father’s gun when his parents returned home from an errand. With the love and support of his family, Dave’s faith began to blossom, and he grew to fully embrace and understand his worth in Christ. https://davepittmanlive.com/
Music Video "God's Not Done With You"