|Freedom Don't Come Free|
Soldier, Lawman, Musician, David Chamberlain is one of the hottest new artists in the country music business. After many years of doing "other things" (army, law enforcement) he has decided to concentrate on his childhood dream to be a "big country star"(see his Biography).
David is a veteran of Desert Storm. He served with the BIG RED 1, 1st of the 5th Field Artillery Mechanized Division. David has also served for many years as a law enforcement officer. He believes that freedom is a precious gift and that everyone should be able to experience it. However, freedom is not free. We have many soldiers to thank for the sacrifices they have made, so that we can have our freedom.
War changes lives, forever. Some wounds never heal. With that thought, David felt compelled to write "Freedom Don't Come Free." It is a song about the scars and wounds, both visible and invisible, that are a constant reminder that freedom has its price.
This song, from the heart of a soldier, touches one's soul.
David has dedicated his song and this site to the men and women who have served and are serving our great nation
David is a trained musician who has been influenced by "old school" singers such as Merle Haggard, Hank Williams, Waylon Jennings, George Jones, Garth Brooks and the Charlie Daniels Band, just to name a few. But David has developed his own techniques and incorporated modern instrumentation to achieve a unique sound.
Besides his tribute to those who have and are serving our country, his new CD contains thirteen other songs ranging from contemplative ("The Promise" and "Two Roads") to humorous ("You Can Still Drink and Drive in Mexico" and "Work is the Curse of the Drinkin' Class") to really rocking ("She Ain't Rich but She Can Rock-A-Feller" and "Cowboy Up on a Funky Bull," which he wrote based on his own rodeo experience). Titled "David Chamberlain/FDCF," this CD is just a click away on the merchandise tab. The songs are also available on Amazon and iTunes. The CD also contains a free, high definition video of "Freedom Don't Come Free" which can also be found by clicking on the Video tab. Contact Dave at