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TUESDAY – AMERICAN IDOL IN FOX HOLE

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Dave Pittman is the American Idol contestant from Gassville, Arkansas with Tourette syndrome that appeared in Season 9. He attained his “Golden Ticket” to Hollywood and made it to the Top 70.

Dave has been traveling throughout Arkansas, Missouri, Louisiana, Texas and Tennessee to promote his new CD, share his music, and speak about the powerful topic that surrounds “bullying in schools.” Dave also works directly with the Tourette Syndrome Association in the USA and Canada to help increase awareness of Tourette syndrome and to motivate individuals with TS, and others with disabilities, through his music and his inspiring messages.

Dave will be appearing on the show this morning at around 7:30

Dave is currently living in Nashville, TN, as a recording artist, and launched Dave Pittman Productions in January of 2011. His new “Crazy Brave” album was released in November 2011, and is his first CD release since his days on American Idol. This CD has launched with EXTREME momentum.

If you don’t remember Dave, and his story, and you want to put a face with the name, check out the video below.

 

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