His maternal Aunt Daisy Voisin toured and recorded in the early 60’s throughout Trinidad & Tobago in a Perang orchestra and (playing guitar) became known as “The Mother of Parang “She was explosive, vivacious and tempestuous. She enjoyed every moment on stage.(Clearly David inherited this).His Father constantly sang and mimicked Harry Belafonte and Nat King Cole around the house and thus his Aunt Daisy and Father Angelo has had a great influence on David musically. Armed with a mix of poets and songsmiths from Arthur Rimbaud and George Orwell to Elliott Smith and Jeff Buckley David developed into something distinctively original and singularly identifiable. Specialising in slide and fingerpicking David’s style is forcefully rhythmical with powerful vocal that ranges from lush to gravelly.