David Cassidy has managed to stay at the top of his game for over four decades, with a unique ability to re-invent himself and adapt to numerous genres from concerts to theater, television to Las Vegas, and even actor/singer to producer/writer/director with a demographic that crosses three generations. Cassidy rose to stardom in The Partridge Family and became the biggest TV and performing phenomenon in history by the time he was 20. With hits such as “I Woke Up in Love This Morning,” “I Think I Love You,” “I Can Feel Your Heart Beat,” “I’ll Meet You Halfway,” “Could It Be Forever,” and “Cherish,” David Cassidy is a powerhouse of talent.
From television to recording and record-breaking concert tours, from Broadway and London’s West End to Las Vegas production shows, he has made his mark and been lauded with nominations and awards in each arena. In addition to the superstardom he has enjoyed as a singer, songwriter and producer, Cassidy still thinks of himself as an actor. His credits, from the phenomenal success of The Partridge Family also include the telefilm A Chance to Live and the highest rated Police Story in its seven-year history, which earned him an Emmy nomination as Best Dramatic Actor.
Never one to rest on his laurels, he went to Broadway where he starred in the original production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. London beckoned, and he starred next at the prestigious West End in Time with Sir Laurence Olivier. In 1994, he once again broke box office records in the stunning and highly lauded production of Blood Brothers on Broadway, working for the first time with his brother Shaun.
With over 25 million records sold and 18 records reaching Gold and Platinum status, he has certainly proven that it is talent, creativity, and tenacity that keep people coming to shows, turning on the television, and buying his recordings.
"One of the world’s biggest teen heart-throbs, TV star and million-selling recording artist.” - BEAT Magazine