David Percefull, an award winning record producer, audio engineer, musician and composer, was born in Tampa. Growing up in Miami, Atlanta, and Tulsa, he now resides in the quaint Texas hill country village of Wimberley where he often works from his personal studio nick named yellow DOG.
He's performed on stage throughout America and Western Europe and in the studio on countless tracks for projects around the globe, performing on guitar, mandolin, banjo, baritone guitar, bass, percussion, keyboards and accordion. And he also has contributed orchestral and horn arrangements to many projects. Currently David can often be found in the roles of lead guitar and backing vocals for emerging Texas country artist the Isaac Jacob Band, as well as performing lead guitar, keys and backing vocals with his Texas based rock band, Saints Analogue.
A memeber of NARAS, SESAC, Americana Music Association and AES,
David created yellow DOG Studios in 1996 as his personal workspace to both write and record music for commercial use and film, as well as artistic works. Since that time he has contributed to thousands of recordings by artists like Meat Puppets, Caroline's Spine, Zac Maloy, Green Day, Mike Flanigin, Gary Clark Jr., Kat Edmonson, K'Naan, Pine Top Perkins, Brandon Jenkins, Cody Canada, Junior Brown, Michael Martin Murphey, and Jason Boland and the Stragglers. David also frequently works on his projects at the legendary Abbey Road Studios in London.
David's work has seen charting success on Billboard (16 albums including 3-#1, 7-top 10), FMQB (1 single), Texas Music Chart / Texas Regional Radio / CDX TRACtion Texas (66 total including 4-#1, 6-top 10), Americana Music Association (7 albums / 1 single), Roots Music, J1 (Japan), Billboard Japan, ARIA Australia, Australian Blues Chart (1 album - #2) and EuroAmericana charts.