After an absence from the live music scene Tom Fox Davies makes his return at the iconic House of Blues on Sunset Strip. Come and enjoy the return of this British singer songwriter as he takes the stage at the iconic House of Blues in the Voodoo Lounge. With influences ranging from the folk sounds of 70's singer songwriters to current alt pop delivered with an intimate style of performance the music of Tom Fox Davies appeals to audiences of all ages. This is an ALL AGES event. Under 18's must be accompanied by an adult. House of BluesVoodoo Lounge,8430 West Sunset BlvdWest Hollywood, CA, 90069 Please arrive early.
We are on at 09.45pm
Tom Fox Davies opens up the night ahead of The Musgraves, Kokino, and The Mourning Laughter before the Akira DJs take the night into morning.
The 2nd show in Erie, PA and performing as the support act to Eric Brewer & Friends
Sounds Like: Jason Mraz, Damien Rice, Ed Sheeran, Mumford and Sons, Elton John
Bio: Tom Fox Davies is a British singer songwriter who has taken his music to venues across the UK, to both coasts of the United States, and to the UAE. With a sound that reaches a wide audience, Tom has been been recognised for his raw and emotional vocals over simple yet haunting melodies. Now based...See Full Bio
“Tom is a London based singer/songwriter who has played many Akira nights of late. He’s a bit raw, unpolished, and rough round the edges but we think that this talented singer songwriter is on the edge of something brilliant. Different artists stand out for different reasons and, for us, Tom’s voice sets him apart from the norm. The lyrics and mostly piano based melodies are never unpleasant but its his soothing, often soulful vocals that have been exciting crowds in the UK and US. If you were lucky enough to catch him at the recent Akira night at Proud then you’ll know what I’m talking about. Tom has promised to deliver an EP late 2011 but with a conflict of upbeat, outright pop against melancholy blues it’s hard to say what the EP will sound like. One thing is certain though, if it captures the kind of sound that Tom has given us at recent Akira nights then it’ll be well worth a listen.”