​Dave & Julia, now known as Wild Life Crush, finished their first EP titled "What We Got". The EP was produced by Grammy award-winning producer Byron Gallimore along with Grammy award-winning artist Kristian Bush from Sugarland, Brandon Bush, Brock Berryhill, Evan Coffman, Greg Crowe, Dave and Julia. 

Red Vinyl Music signed Dave and Julia as writers in 2013. Since then, they have been writing and developing their unique sound and collaborating with other award winning artists. Dave and Julia feel this time has allowed them to write songs that are honest reflections of who they are as a duo as well as husband and wife. 

“There is a song for every moment in life and we want to write and sing about it.”

​Dave and Julia have shared the stage with Eric Church, Craig Campbell, Richie McDonald, Larry Gatlin, Gloriana, Katie Armiger, Bucky Covington, Josh Thompson, Georgette Jones and many more. They have collaborated with artist and songwriters like Kristian Bush from Sugarland, Kyle Cook from Matchbox 20, Brandon Bush from Train, Jessica Harp from the Wreckers, Johnny Garcia (band leader for Garth Brooks) and Trisha Yearwood.

All About Julia

Julia was born in Little Rock, Arkansas and grew up in Odenville, Alabama and Clover, South Carolina. Julia rode and showed horses in the United States Pony Club and got her love for playing guitar and writing songs from her father. After attending college for a couple of years Julia decided to move to Nashville to pursue her love for music.  Julia was featured on the hit CMT show “Can You Duet” and placed in the top eleven in the duo, “The Two Timers.” She was also pictured in the May 31, 2008 Billboard magazine and was featured in Country Weekly. 

All About Dave

Dave Carlson is an artist/songwriter from Maquoketa, Iowa. Dave’s grandmother, Betty, introduced Dave to music at a young age. He was inspired and influence by musical legends like Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, and The Beatles.  Dave’s unique and flashy performances got him a sponsorship with Little Debbie and a tour doing hundreds of fairs and festivals with stars like Brian White, Aaron Tippin, Vern Gosdin, David Frizzell, Jett Williams (the daughter of Hank Williams), Jenny Gill (the daughter of Vince Gill), The Platters and Mike Snider.