"One of the country's most energizing performers," (Rolling Stone Country) Drake White is officially burning up trails and charts with the release of his debut album Spark. Recorded in Nashville, the Ross Copperman and Jeremy Stover produced project contains 12 tracks, 10 of which the foot-stomping singer/songwriter co-wrote.
"Since we began this journey – working on the album – I knew I wanted the title to be Spark," said White. "The idea of starting a fire from a tiny spark has always been so intriguing to me. That's the way I have always lived my life; starting with a small plan and then it becomes this dream I didn't even know to dream."
White's Spark album cover tells the visual story of who Drake White is as an artist, husband and native-Alabamian. The images imprinted into his silhouette paint a narrative of White's life, including his wife Alex, his hometown church where his grandfather served as preacher, his dog Writer and other mementos that inspired his first full length album for Dot.