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Jon Davidson / Press

"'Tip of the Iceberg' has a great diversity of electronic sounds and rhythms."

"See you on Billboard!"

Crossroad Magazine

"Davidson's well-crafted songs, active involvement in the local music scene, and socially conscious way of doing business have been mainstays of his success."

Mark Johnston - Portland Daily Vanguard

"Bright, chiming alt/rock that sounds good on a cold Oregon day."

Michael Mannheimer - Willamette Week

"Jon’s music ranges from the sentimental love ballads of songs like “What Can I say,” to metal influenced songs like “Finger in the Eye.” The combination of his deep soothing voice and thoughtful lyrics provide the perfect background music to some of life’s most intimate moments."

Lauren Stair - MuzikReviews.com

"Davidson can write a pretty catchy alt-rock tune as easily as most of us eat several tacos in one sitting. (Is that just me? Anyway…)"

Ben Salmon - Bend Bulletin

"The dynamics Davidson has at play on this album go from monstrously powerful, emotional, heartfelt powerhouse songs down to almost a whisper. Perfect Cliché is a musical masterpiece that is sure to be the source of your next favorite song."

Brandon Swift - Swift Reviews

"Portland’s Jon Davidson has a great, slightly gruff baritone voice, plays pretty decent guitar, and can craft a catchy alterna-pop-rock melody with the best of them. CD, you ask? From Jon's mouth to your ears, here comes “Perfect Cliché,” which sounds like classy hard rock, or power ballads without the embarrassing stuff, or, just pretty enough to make the girls swoon yet grungey enough, at times, to make the boys punch your arm. In other words, it’s an engaging pop-rock album, and why this Davidson cat isn’t already like a gazillionaire is beyond us."

Rob Cullivan - Portland Tribune

"Davidson's album Perfect Cliche is..a highly produced assemblage of alt/rock-tinged radio-friendly pop tracks. Turns out, the dude is also quick-witted and damn good at poking fun at himself."

Tara Morgan - Boise Weekly

"Jon's music gives me so much inspiration. He puts much thought into his lyrics...I see this rocker having a great future ahead of him."

Melissa Wiseman - Soundline Magazine