One of biggest thing music classes taught me was to be ﬂexible. When playing for an artist day in and day out, anything can change at the last minute — sometimes seconds before going on stage, and you’re expected to adjust and perform as if you had been doing it for weeks.
From an early age, David Maemone knew he was destined to do music. Originally from San Jose, California, David moved to Los Angeles in 2007 to begin studies in classical composition and jazz piano at Biola University’s Conservatory of Music. It wasn’t long before his knack for pop music was noticed, and he was recruited to play keyboards and electric guitar for Platinum-recording artist Andy Grammer. Since then, David has gone on to perform with artists such as Colbie Caillat, Chris Wallace, and Brendan James, and has shared the stage with artists like Train, Gavin DeGraw, Mat Kearney, Cher Lloyd, and more. He is currently working as Music Director/Keyboardist/Guitarist for the “X-Factor” pop group, Fifth Harmony.