Welcome to Dave Gahan Devotion! This is a fan website devoted to singer/songwriter Dave Gahan.

Dave Gahan is the lead singer of Depeche Mode and Soulsavers. He is also a successful solo artist. He has collaborated with many other artists including Humanist, Goldfrapp, and Null + Void to name a few. With a musical career spanning over 40 years, this site aims to cover all aspects of that long and illustrious journey. While he is a key member of Depeche Mode, a band that deserves its own full fan treatment of epic proportions, this site focuses mainly on Dave.



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"The Dark End of the Street", Imposter's second single, released

October 22, 2021

"The Dark End of the Street" was originally recorded by James Carr in 1967.  Today, Dave's version been released as the second single from Imposter at this link!  I have also posted my review of this song here.

A personal story about the impact of Dave's music

October 16, 2021

Every once in a while, I like to call attention to stories and works of art from fellow Dave Gahan fans.  This one is an article written by Matt Ellerbeck about how Dave's music has impacted him as a person and especially helped him heal after his parents passed away recently.  The full article, entitled "Dave Gahan healed me after the death of my parents!", can be read at this link: https://vocal.media/beat/dave-gahan-healed-me-after-the-death-of-my-parents

Second single from Imposter announced

October 15, 2021

The second single off of Imposter, "The Dark End of the Street", has been announced with a release of "next week" (most likely October 22)!  Check out my preview of the song here.

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October 14, 2021

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Imposter preview complete

October 10, 2021

My preview of Imposter is now complete!  Now, all that is left is to do is to wait for the album to be released so that I can start reviewing Dave's version of each song, one-by-one.  As just a reminder, my review of "Metal Heart" has already been posted.

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