David began singing at the tender age of 4 years old. As a teen, his father and two older brothers formed a group called "The Prescotts". David later left the group and began singing with a group calling themselves the "Sounds of Motion".
Taking advantage of an opportunity to compete at the world famous Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York City, they garnered a second place finish. They then went on to perform throughout the state of New York and other parts of the country. As they built their reputation they landed gigs opening for such acts as Chubby Checker and Donny Osmond.
The Sounds of Motion dissolved and David formed a group with two long time friends and used the moniker "Hey Lovers". The three man group appeared at numerous functions around New York, but eventually left the Empire State bound for Las Vegas to seek their fortune. A major feather in the group's collective cap was the landing of a gig at the internationally renown Motown Café at the New York, New York casino on the Las Vegas strip. They carry the distinction of being the last act to perform there live before The Cafe was closed for good.
David's positive reputation followed him and referrals led him to join the group SPECTRUM; and he hasn't looked back since. Prescott keeps himself busy with solo projects, writing and producing original music, acting in movies such as Rush Hour 2 and pioneering the unique venture of providing late-night, romantic, super-stretch limo parties complete with live entertainment on board. His ultimate dream is to share his God-given gift, (his voice), with the world.
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