Craig will have the opportunity to deliver a few songs – like his latest single, “7 Days” – at some of the biggest festival shows, like the Z100 Jingle Ball and KTU’s Miracle on 34th Street at NYC’s Madison Square Garden, and the KIIS Jingle Ball at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Artists including Jay-Z, Jessica Simpson, Pink, Shakira, Alicia Keys, Blu Cantrell, Shaggy, Lifehouse, O-Town, Train, Barenaked Ladies, Method Man, and Redman join in on the merriment for various shows.

December 12 finds David participating in Elton John’s benefit concert at the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles. “The Concert” is a fund-raiser for the Elton John AIDS Foundation and AIDS Project Los Angeles. Alicia Keys, Sting, Pete Yorn, matchbox twenty, Bon Jovi, LeAnn Rimes, Rufus Wainwright, and of course Elton himself will also perform.

While David has been a big name in Europe for more than a year, he’s just beginning to make waves on this side of the Atlantic. His debut album, Born To Do It, was released this past July in the States.

Although snubbed at the 2000 Brit Awards earlier this year (he was nominated six times but walked away empty handed) David has since scooped up two MTV Europe Music Awards and another two statuettes at the Billboard Music Video Awards.