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David Quinlan or David M. Quinlan is a known gospel singer, worship leader of irish origin. His family came to Brazil because his father was a big leader of the catholic movement, and when he got converted to protestantism the "catholic eclesiastic authorities" began to stalk him. As a brazilian citizen, one of the main precursors of the movement known as Adoração (Worship Movement) - musical and life style that has become popular among christians.

His ministry in Brazil started mentored by a couple of american charismatic missionares, Dan and Marti Duke. He worked for them as a musical minister and interpreter. Eight years later, he was sent by his leaders to move on in own his work indepentendly, leading the "Fogo e Glória" (Fire and Glory) ministry, later named "Paixão, Fogo e Glória" (Passion, Fire and Glory). Through it, he performs praise and worship conferences in many cities.

Guitar player and singer, he recorded translated versions of worship style music composed by english speaking worship leaders, like Matt Redman ("Essência da Adoração"), Martin Smith ("Canção da Alegria"), Paul Baloche ("Abra os Olhos do Meu Coração") and musical worship groups internationally acclaimed like Hillsong and Vineyard Music. In his last albums, however, he recorded his own songs like "Abraça-me" (Hold me), "Águas Profundas" (Deep Waters) and "Filho de Davi" (Son of David).

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  • 22 June 1968 (Age 54)
  • Belfast, Belfast, County Down, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

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