David William found music later than most musicians, picking up a guitar for the first time when he was 17 years old. As soon as he could play a few chords he found writing and arranging songs came more naturally than anything else and followed through on this over the coming years. Encouraged by those around him and with a large collection of songs, in 2004 he decided to record an independent album, "One Way Ticket", with a local producer. The album was released in 2006 and received a warm review in the Daily Record, Scotland's biggest selling newspaper, where it was compared to Travis. The album has also been likened to George Harrison, Death Cab For Cutie and Neil Finn of Crowded House.
David continued writing songs for a follow-up album but in 2007 his life took a different turn and these songs were put aside as he took a break from music. In 2009, music began stirring inside him again and has since led him on a journey in which he now finds himself living and working on music whilst moving around Europe in his new vehicle SoulJahm.
SoulJahm are still at the early stages of their musical journey but with many songs in the pipeline still to come...