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Earl Carter & Drew Davidsen
Bring lawn chairs and a picnic supper. Drew will be playing with The Richard Walton Group in their 21st Anniversary Celebration
Drew has been invited by Norman Conners to join him in the show. Don't miss this amazing opportunity!
Sounds Like: George Benson, Lee Ritenour, Larry Carlton 335, Orjan Nilsen Official Fanpage, Joyce Cooling
Label: Creative Soul Jazz
Manager: The Concert Company LLC Tony Goodwin 312-373-3790 email@example.com
Bio: Over the course of four albums, Drew Davidsen meticulously developed his technical proficiency, carefully honed his guitar voice and cultivated a fan base via radio favorites like “Astro” and dynamic concert performances. With “TRUE DREW,” his fifth and most vividly-realized album to date, he has...See Full Bio
: Jazz guitar player... health/wellness and empowerment all rolled up in one. Loving life. http://t.co/7PTtplNv5O
“As the old saying goes, "show me your friends, and I'll show you your future." Guitarist Drew Davidsen has made musical collaborations with Bobby Lyle, Eric Marienthal, Gerald Veasley and the Temptations' Ron Tyson. What do you get when you put all those associations together? A cooking little disc like this one that has the best of what used to be called "adult contemporary jazz" (and has denigrated to "smooth") as well as a nice little dash of old school R&B. Montgomery inspired material like octave loving "Hi5" has an irresistible synth groove, while "Sweet Spot" feels like someone gave George Benson the night. Some reflective material lke"All Night and Forever" and the Earl Klugh-ish acoustic "I'm Into You." He can also rock with the best on the driving "Do Right" and can make his strings moan on "Give Me Your Heart." This is a guy who knows his axe!”