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With an approach that sheds light on traditional country music, a touch of rock, blues, and soul, Andrew Davis can bring out the rowdy side of you as well as take you on an emotional ride. To him, music is where you can be fearless. “I tend to break some rules, not intentionally, but I just say things how they are and I do not see any problem with that. Music is freedom to express yourself in your own way”, he says. Through his music is how he communicates and relates with people, so they can say, “Hey, I’ve been there”. Some of his biggest musical influences, ever since he was young, are Hank Williams Sr., Waylon Jennings, Elvis Presley, and more modern Eric Church. Andrew grew up in the small town of Grafton, North Dakota where he worked on his father’s farm. He was introduced to country music at a young age by his grandfather, who would yodel and sing country songs. Andrew wrote his first song at age four, while bobbing his head and pretending he was on the radio, in the car on a family outing. He began regularly writing in the seventh grade, the same time that he began playing the guitar. About a year later, he decided that music was what he wanted to do with his life. Andrew has played many writers rounds and shows in Nashville as well as many shows in North Dakota.
When Andrew was nineteen, he moved to Murfreesboro, Tennessee to study Music Business at Middle Tennessee State University. Andrew's debut single "Backwoods Girl" will be on iTunes within the next month. Andrew is currently in the studio recording his debut EP which is scheduled to be released in the fall of 2014.