David Grant was born in Hackney in 1956. In the early 1980s, David sang in the funk duo Linx, with whom he had four top twenty singles. The band split in 1983 and David went on to have a solo career.
David and his wife Carrie are pop vocal coaches and have been involved in a number of television programmes; Fame Academy, Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, Pop Idol, Facing The Music, Can’t Sing Singers and The Sound Of Musicals.
They have also presented The Heaven and Earth Show, a magazine show with guests talking about various ethical, spiritual and cultural issues, and What the World Needs Now, which saw David and Carrie travel the country in search of the true meaning and origins of Advent.
David and Carrie have also worked together on gospel album "Watching and Waiting" which won best gospel album at 1998 MOBO Awards.
David has been a judge for the Songs of Praise School Choir of the Year competition and for Radio 2’s Young Chorister of the Year.