The next featured performer in Alice Lloyd College’s Caney Convocation Series is Kentucky singer-songwriter Andrea Davidson. Tomorrow, February 19th, Davidson will treat campus to a showcase of her music at 1 PM in the Estelle Campbell Center for the Arts. Davidson comes to ALC fresh off of touring much of the country and opening for popular acts like Clint Black and Robert Earl Keen. She has recently released her EP titled Inspirit, which can be purchased on Amazon or iTunes and will be available for convo attendees to buy on Tuesday.
Check out Davidson‘s bio, courtesy of her website:
“Andrea Davidson’s sound crosses the line between the arresting vocals of Patty Griffin and the funky and sensual musical backdrop of Bill Withers. She combines loops of vocals, guitar, and percussion to create a live performance that is sweetly stunning. Her songs are passionate, honest, and hopeful.
She does not write to fit a genre. Her creative process consists of tuning into herself and the moment, which allows the freedom of many different types of expression to emerge.
Andrea utilizes her musical career to assist in the co-creation of a better world. She deeply believes in the interconnectedness of all things. She has an unshakable faith in the power of humanity to heal itself, mother earth, and all life on this planet. Andrea emanates a profound sense of gratitude on stage. Her musical presence infuses a breath of positiveness and hope into those who attend her live performances. Andrea aspires to be a constant reminder that our life is our art.
An Andrea Davidson song, once heard, will be stuck in your head while you’re lying in bed. Come wired or tired, she promises you will leave inspired.”
Please join us for an hour of excellent music from this talented Kentuckian!
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