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David Levita

Tim McGraw / Faith Hill

Biography

"I play an F-412 Jumbo 12-string and an F-30 from the 60s. Both GREAT guitars." -David Levita

Born and raised in Harlem, NY, David Levita studied guitar at Berklee College of Music before leaving for Barbados to immerse himself in Calypso and Reggae. He made his way to the UK where he busked on the streets of London, then to Los Angeles where he made a name for himself as a session and tour player for some of the top names in the industry.

Levita's Guild F-412 Jumbo 12-string and '60s-era F-30 have accompanied him on several of those recordings and tours including Faith Hill & Tim McGraw, Matisyahu, Sara Bareilles, Alanis Morissette, Sugarland, Jewel, Rob Thomas, Shakira, Michael Jackson, Rod Stewart, The Dixie Chicks, and Nelly Furtado to name a few. Film credits include "No Strings Attached", "Tropic Thunder", "Horrible Bosses", "Marley and Me", "Meet the Robinsons", and "The Winning Season".

Additionally, David's gifts as a composer have brought his music to network television on shows such as CBS' "Criminal Minds", "Suspect Behavior", and Lifetime's "Army Wives".

Biography

Born and raised in Harlem, NY, David Levita studied guitar at Berklee College of Music before leaving for Barbados to immerse himself in Calypso and Reggae. He made his way to the UK where he busked on the streets of London, then to Los Angeles where he made a name for himself as a session and tour player for some of the top names in the industry.

Levita's Guild F-412 Jumbo 12-string and '60s-era F-30 have accompanied him on several of those recordings and tours including Faith Hill & Tim McGraw, Matisyahu, Sara Bareilles, Alanis Morissette, Sugarland, Jewel, Rob Thomas, Shakira, Michael Jackson, Rod Stewart, The Dixie Chicks, and Nelly Furtado to name a few. Film credits include "No Strings Attached", "Tropic Thunder", "Horrible Bosses", "Marley and Me", "Meet the Robinsons", and "The Winning Season".

Additionally, David's gifts as a composer have brought his music to network television on shows such as CBS' "Criminal Minds", "Suspect Behavior", and Lifetime's "Army Wives".

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