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An Evening with Joshua Davis
Havurah Synagogue
Ashland, OR
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Mar 01, 2020 7:30 PM



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An Evening with Joshua Davis
The Havurah Synagogue will host An Evening with Joshua Davis on Sunday, March 1 at 7:30 PM. Tickets: $18 advance, $20 door. Advance tickets are available at the Music Coop, 268 E. Main St., Ashland and online at www.brownpapertickets.com.

When Joshua Davis performed on NBCs The Voice, America at-large finally discovered what
Michiganders have known for more than two decades. This amazing artist connects with a live
audience, nourishes their souls and feeds off of their love. Seeing him live has always revealed
his core, his essence. Live at the Robin,  Davis first live solo acoustic release, captures that essence in a way that pares his songs down to their emotional, musical and lyrical roots. Recorded over the span of two nights, this documents a raw and revealing glimpse of an artist who has his finger on the pulse of a culture, a culture that lives, loves and laughs, cries, mourns and heals. Joshuas authenticity plucks all of the right heartstrings, soars on the updrafts and plumbs the depths of the human experience. This is a deep and warm conversation with a room full of old friends.

Ive wanted to make this album for years, says Davis. And Im so excited to share it. I love
playing solo shows. It allows me the freedom to dig deep into my songs and really be in the
moment with the audience.
Speaking or singing, the voice of Joshua Davis is a disarming instrument: weathered and warm, as capable of conjuring confessional intimacy on a global stage as it is of making a small room, well off the beaten path, resonate with startling urgency and power. Couple it with an earnest poetic sensibility, a boundless work ethic, and an uncanny gift for connecting with audiences spanning generations, and its no wonder that Davis is now poised at the brink of the sort of widespread recognition that typically passes right over such a humble troubadour.

Over the past twenty years, Michigan-based Davis has honed an impressive range of skills  songwriter, bandleader, guitarist, and vocalist among them  in the most honest possible fashion: night after night, song after song, show after show Davis simply delivered every performance as though his life depended on it. Investing himself in the American musical diaspora, he has explored the common thread connecting folk, blues, jazz, ragtime, and country forms  discovering his personal perspective as a composer in the process.

My sound is rooted in the folk tradition, Davis explains, but its not folk music. Terms like Americana, roots rock, and heartland rock come up, but theres so much more to it than that. Im not a purist: I play with that American folk lineage, I play with those metaphors. His versatility and ravenous musical curiosity has resulted in a divergent and fervent output. Since his appearance as a finalist on Season 8 of NBCs The Voice, Davis has been churning out an album a year and has plans to continue to do so.

Hes currently touring in support of Live From The Robin. His first solo effort captures his essence in a way that pares his songs down to their emotional, musical and lyrical roots. Recorded over the span of two nights, this documents a raw and revealing glimpse of an artist who has his finger on the pulse of a culture, a culture that lives, loves and laughs, cries, mourns and heals. Joshuas authenticity plucks all of the right heartstrings, soars on the updrafts, and plumbs the depths of the human experience. This is a deep and warm conversation with a room full of old friends. Ive wanted to make this album for years says Davis. And Im so excited to share it. I love playing solo shows. It allows me the freedom to dig deep into my songs and really be in the moment with the audience.

Location

Havurah Synagogue (View)
185 N Mountain Ave.
Ashland, OR 97520
United States


Categories

Music > Americana
Music > Blues
Music > Folk

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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