David Courtney is a Grammy nominated award winning internationally acclaimed song writer and record producer. During his career he has sold in excess of 33 million records world-wide and has worked with countless legendary names in music including:
Roger Daltrey - Sir Paul McCartney - Eric Clapton - David Gilmour - Jimmy Page - Steve Cropper - Duck Dunn (Blues Bros) - Ray Parker Jnr - Steve Lukatha - Mick Ronson - Alvin Lee - Steve Ellis - Ritchie Blackmore - Albert Lee - Micky Moody - Geoff Whitehorn - Russ Ballard - Bob Henrit - Graham Lyle - Roger Chapman - Joe Egan - BJ Cole - Abe Laboriel - Chuck Rainey - Hank Marvin - Jeff 'Skunk' Baxter - Tony Meehan - Rod Argent Earl Slick - Arif Mardin - Jeff Porcaro - Brian Robertson - John Enthwhistle - Adam Faith - Gene Pitney and many more ...
David Courtney is the man behind the success of Leo Sayer and co-wrote many of his international hit records including: 'The show must go on' 'One man band' 'Giving it all away' & 'Long tall glasses'. He also wrote 'Shooting Star' & 'Who were you with in the moonlight' for UK Pop duo 'Dollar' and co-writer with Stephen Kalinich of the Odyssey hit 'Magic Touch' David is also the Founder of the Walk of Fame cultural attractions in the UK which follows in the tradition of its famous 'Hollywood' predecessor.
Brighton Music Walk of Fame Connection
Born in Brighton