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David Eastman was a British musician who released one album called Hands of God and had a voice that was staggeringly similar to either Paul McCartney or Phil Keaggy. He was a keyboard player from Lytham St Annes in Lancashire, England who burst onto the CCM scene gaining rave reviews and then suddenly slipped off the scene, never to be heard of again.
Subsequent to the release of Hands of God and touring, David became increasingly involved in production and songwriterin. He was house producer for Chapel Lane Studios for a few years, and produced various artists including Marylin Senior and Scott Roley. He also worked in the USA writing songs for Joe English.
Eastman left Christianity and is now a Messianic believer. He changed his name to David Israel and currently teaches and promotes the Hebrew Roots of the Scriptures online. David continues to write and record and has a new album ready for release.
D. Israel, personal communication, May 17, 2014