David Hill Music





It all began on a Sunday morning at the Hanahan Baptist Church in Hanahan, South Carolina. The five-year old grandson of the pastor stepped up to the microphone and sang, “I Found A Better Way”. In the course of his life, this youngster would find The Way and would sing to audiences all across the nation, while along The Way. One day, David Hill would be one of the most recognized, anointed, lead vocalists in Southern Gospel Music.

His dream to sing professionally took root as a young child. “I listened to Southern Gospel music when I was growing up. I’ve been influenced by several different groups and singers; Rusty Goodman, for example, was one of my favorite singers. But, the group and singer that had the most profound impact on me was the Hinson’s, namely Kenny Hinson. I went to hear them when I was twelve years old. They sang, ‘The God That Cannot Fail’. I knew that night, in Walterboro South Carolina that I was called to sing gospel music”.

His desire to sing professionally came to fruition in 1991 when he became the lead singer for the Anchormen. From there, David joined the prestigious Singing Americans where he filled the position once belonging to acclaimed lead singers, Michael English and Ivan Parker. It was during his tenure with the Singing Americans that David caught the attention of Southern Gospel music icon, the late Eldridge Fox, owner of the Kingsmen.

“Eldridge Fox was so respected and revered in our field of music. I wasn’t even aware that he had heard me sing. He told Tim Riley, owner of Gold City, to give me a chance. His recommendation proved to be significant for getting the position as lead singer with Gold City”.

Immediately, David made a notable impression in the Southern Gospel Music Industry. His first recording with Gold City produced the number one song, “I’m Not Giving Up” which featured David. In 1995, he was voted the “Horizon Individual” by the readers of the Singing New Magazine. In 1995 and 1996, David was recognized as one of the Top Five lead singers in Southern Gospel Music.

Over the years David became established as one of the industry’s most admired vocalists. The message in the songs David was singing was impacting people world wide. However, the most significant and personal difference was yet to be found in the life of David Hill.

On February 8, 1996 Gold City was performing at a Bailey Smith, “Real Evangelism” conference in Woodstock, Georgia at the First Baptist Church. David recalls, “There is an old song that says, I can tell you the time and I can show you the place where the Lord saved me. I realized that night after growing up in church and spending most of my adult life singing and preaching that I could not remember a specific time and place that I had accepted Christ. At 10:30PM in Pastor Johnny Hunt’s office, Mark Trammell led me to the Lord”.

Over the next several years, David began sharing his testimony all across the country. During this time, he witnessed the work of the Holy Spirit in the lives of many people.

“I remember in Charlotte, North Carolina an eighty-four year old woman came to the altar. She told me that she had been in church all her life, but had never given her heart to the Lord. That night she prayed to accept Jesus Christ. As the altar call continued, I had the privilege to lead an eight-year old boy to the Lord”.

“In Louisville, Kentucky, I watched as a sixty-year old man came to the altar and gave his life to Christ. After the pastor led him to the Lord I learned that this man had been a deacon in the church for twenty years! He had told the pastor that he was tired of living a lie. That’s my heart,” explains David. “I believe that God has called me to show people that there is a great difference between religion and a personal, intimate relationship with Jesus Christ”.

When off the road, David spends time with his wife Amanda and their son Mason. In addition to his singing and preaching ministry, David is pursuing his Associate’s Degree in Sacred Literature. His journey has taken him to concert stages and pulpits across North America. He is an accomplished songwriter, and award-winning singer.

Finally, David has served in the local church as a pastor, youth pastor as well as other leadership positions. He feels that he has the unique opportunity to draw from his diverse experiences to effectively share the Gospel of Jesus Christ. “I try to sing songs that preach with conviction and compassion. God has given me a new fire and a new zeal, and I’M NOT GIVING UP!”

Contact Information:

David Hill Ministries
343 Campbell Road
Ridgeville, SC 29472-8611
Phone: (877) 431-8190

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2 Timothy 2:19 Nevertheless the foundation of God standeth sure, having this seal, The Lord knoweth them that are his. And, Let every one that nameth the name of Christ depart from iniquity.

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