When you are an unknown artist and your performing solo acoustic one of the toughest things to do is to silence a room. People will talk during your performance because you are not famous and they don’t know your songs. So how do you silence a crowd? Well by not caring what is happening around your surroundings and just doing your thing. Doing it well. It doesn’t matter if there is only a sound guy in the room or its a packed house. It does not matter if everyone is paying attention or no one is paying attention. You have to give your best. David Loves The Sky was one of the most professional singer songwriters I have seen perform in quite some time. He had 3 guitars so he wouldn’t have to waste time on tuning between songs. He performed on a wed night to a very small crowd. Despite some people chatting during his song he kept singing and pushing on. It helped that he had a great song and he sang every second of it with emotion. He also was smart enough to make the verses low and sing them quietly which made people stop talking in order to try and hear what it is David was singing. David would then come in full vocal and hit those strings as hard as he could during the choruses. This completely silenced the room as his emotion and energy was felt through out the room as he belted out “Freeeeeeedom!” which was the main line in his chorus. Well done David Loves The Sky. I look forward to seeing where you path takes you.