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Madi Anne Davis / Press

“Too perfect to be live!”

“She is like joni mitchell and joan baez all rolled up into one. Love her.”

“Yeah! I was listening and I thought I was hearing a new song by Ingrid Michaelson, then I realized it was much better than Ingrid Michaelson. Madi has real talent! I look forward to buying her first big album!”

"Controlled, Captured & Connected ... Your a dream"

"...extremely powerful and delicate at the same time"

"You've got something really special. Something that transcended this stage."

"You've got something really special. Something that transcended this stage. -- The room got quite, we were all wondering, oh my god, what are we watching right now" -- "it brought me to a special moment in my life. One of the first concerts my fiance and I ever enjoyed was a Nelly Furtado(http://www.nellyfurtado.com/) concert, and she has the ability to take a song to a different level -- it seems rather innocent in its approach, but all of a sudden you find this moment where everyone just kind of shuts up and connects and listens for a minute; and YOU CAN DO THAT with an audience and lady that is a special talent and I am excited for you. I am really excited for you."

"I could cut hit records on that voice"

“When 14-year-old singer-songwriter Madi Davis found out about the project, she held a benefit concert for the ranch. “I think the whole thing is just a beautiful idea,” she said. “There are dogs in shelters and in cages and that is inhumane.” Wendy Walker Davis, Madi’s mother, said she learned about the ranch from a neighbor and got interested in helping. She and her husband, Scott Davis, are supporting their daughter’s career and her volunteer efforts to help the ranch. “It is great to have a purpose and to do something you enjoy,” Wendy Walker Davis said. “For Madi, that is singing, and it is more exciting for her when she is performing for a great cause.””

"Madi Davis Highlighted in Denton Record Chronicle -- Our very own Madi Davis was recently featured in a Denton Record Chronicle newspaper article for her volunteer work with the rescue group, Doggie Dude Ranch in Aubrey."

“The 2013 Allen City Blues Festival will feature more than a dozen acts playing two stages, including Eric Johnson, Billy Cox Band of Gypsy's Experience, the Wanda King All Star Revue Band featuring Joey Love, Griff Hamlin & The Circle City Horns, Kirby Kelley, The Peterson Brothers Band, The Maylee Thomas Band, Grady Yates featuring Milo Deering and Brady Mosher, Nick and the Nighthawks and The Alex Dowidchuk Trio Featuring Thomas Dawson. There will also be other special guests and featured performances from the Guitar Sanctuary Performance Academy.”