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posted by Drew Davidsen on 12/28/2011

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What's new in your set list? Anything new that you have added to your show? Perhaps a new moment! I am taking this moment on tour with me in Europe. I'm leaving in about a week.

Thanks to my new Carvin endorsement both of my guitars have synth access capabilities. This means they both can control a Roland Guitar Synthesizer. Because they both have built in on-board access from the bridge pickup I do not need to connect (tape on) Rolands pickup. And let me say that Synth Guitars have come a long way... I can change patches right from my guitar.

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For my synth sounds I'm using the Roland GR-55. But I could also talk to Mac if I wanted too. Really any USB or MIDI keyboard will work. The GR-55 has a basic looper in it as well. Here is a short clip of something I adding to my set. The Idea is to build the track right before the audience. Guitar players like Phil Keaggy have been doing this on more traditional acoustic guitars for years. I'm trying to bring a new twist to the idea.

I used a Fishman LOUDBOX MINI as my amplifier. I'm running my natural guitar tone straight in bypassing the Roland GR-55. I'm running the synth portion through the back of the amp where an iPod could get connected. But the GR-55 has a USB stick that can run my tracks and allow me to control it all with my feet. So I'm sending two cables from my guitar. The natural tone to the front of the amp with a touch of reverb and the synth to a PA style input in back of the amp. In this video it's mono. In a stage setting with more inputs I would run the Roland through the PA in stereo. The LOUDBOX has a direct out that I can send to separate channel. I could just use the synth cable and do it all but I noticed my natural tone is really "phat" using a gold tipped cable. This is still a work in progress and I will be fun to see where it goes down the line.

posted by Drew Davidsen on 10/23/2011

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Iron Sarpens Iron - This is a new feature of my newsletter and blog where I pay homage to musical friends and mentors.. Check out Proverbs 27:17

RWG (Richard Walton Group):

The founder, leader and bass player of this group is Richard Walton. Richard plays acoustic guitar and sings as well. For those of you who don't know, this was the first professional jazz band I ever played in. I remember my Dad liked it when I joined this group. I owe a lot to the Richard Walton Group; they really helped shape my music career. One thing I liked about this band was that they did so many different styles, most of them jazz though. Pop vocal tunes were in the set as well. This streched me as a player. I first met Richard in '93 when I was in college. I got his business card from a sax player. I contacted Richard and he invited me to play on a gig that his regular lead guitar player could not do. At the first rehearsal, I met Eric Robertson, the band's new drummer and rhythm guitarist David Meer. We all clicked right away. A few years later, Richard contacted me again when he had a tune he wanted me to play guitar on. The album was called, Where Time Stood Still. Richard then asked me to join the band. They even took an idea I had and it became the first of many tunes we would write together. We named that tune, "Strollin.'"

I have many fond memories of playing in RWG. One that stands out was when we played on a parade float. We sent our sax player off the float and into the crowd. The mission was to hand out cards. Oops... he almost got left behind... lol We were moving at a good clip. I spent 10 good years in this band and played on several CD's. Richard and I were quite a writting force. Check Richard Walton out here. http://notlaw.com/pages/

Buddy Jordan bass: 

When I first met Buddy Jordan he was working for Guitar Center. Buddy was part of the Pro-Audio Department. At the time I don't think I knew he was a bass player. But, I had a good friend from church that would always say, "talk to Buddy when you need gear." A few years later I discovered that Buddy was in fact also a great bass player. We jammed together in the local club and he soon made it in my phone book! One fond memory I have is this time when I had Buddy on one of my gigs. The club was called Bliss. We played my tune, "Astro," and he did this amazing bass solo in the center. It was that show I also remember sitting in his car and hearing what would be the premixes of his new CD, Did Somebody Say Bass? This is a very nice CD. I also remember having a great time playing on a cruise out of Baltimore with his band, Beyond Blue. Be sure and get your copy of Buddy's CD here! http://www.buddyjordan.com

Rodney Kelly Guitar:

Other than Nick Colionne Rodney Kelly is one of the sharpest dressed jazz guitar players. I'm talking suit, hat. and the works. When you see him he almost always has an arch-top in his hand. That would be a big jazz box with f-holes. I first met Rodney Kelly at the Monday night jam session at Club 347 in Baltimore. You will hear me mention this quite a bit in this new feature of my newsletter. It wasn't long before we became friends exchanging licks and talking about our guitars / toys! Rodney also has a very talented son who plays keys. One fond memory I have is when Rodney invited me to play at Lexington Market with his band, the Rodney Kelly Experience. This was a Friday lunchtime gig. Of course we did a few George Benson numbers together! Rodney is a fine guitar player and working in his debut solo CD. Check him out here! http://www.rodneykelleymus​ ic.com/

Thanks for reading. Have a great August!


posted by Drew Davidsen on 08/10/2011

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Spin Cycle is now #2! One spin behind my good friend Steve Oliver.


posted by Drew Davidsen on 04/26/2011

Spin Cycle is #5 in the Nation. Subscribe To My Blog (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

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posted by Drew Davidsen on 03/31/2011

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It is now official - thanks for your suggestions I have been nominated for Oasis Jazz New Artist of the Year! I am asking for one more important thing of you and your friends to do - vote for me as the "New Artist of the Year." Here is a link directly to the voting page on the website:


Also, these are two of my choices that you could also vote for in their respective categories:

1. For Oasis Jazz Guitarist of the Year - Steve Oliver

2. For Oasis Jazz Vocalist of the Year - Maysa Leak

I just made my reservations to go to the ceremony at the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego, CA March 10-13. Your tremendous support has produce 4 CD's (latest "Spin Cycle", February 2011), and a second national nomination as a jazz artist.

Best to you,


posted by Drew Davidsen on 01/21/2011

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Spin Cycle will be here Feb 1. I am very excited about this new record. It's gone to final mastering right now. As soon as I have some mixes to share I'll be loading them up. Another thing that set's this record apart is that I recorded most of it with a GlassTones guitar. I used a special prototype guitar where the strings touch nothing but glass. It's sound is so crystal clear and full. I can't wait for you to hear it. Stay cool, Drew.

posted by Drew Davidsen on 12/31/2010

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#1 - TAKE 6 - The Most Wonderful Time of the Year )Take 6/Heads Up - 124 spins
#2 - DREW DAVIDSEN - We 3 Strings (Creative Soul Jazz) - 91 spins w/ 2 adds (#46 on the Indie Chart)
#3 - LISA McCLOWRY - It Wouldn't Feel Like Christmas [single] (World Stage/Big Deal) - 75 spins
#4 - TERJI LIE - Terje Lie's Holiday E.P. (TCat) - 73 spins w/ 1 add
#5 - DEAN GRETCH - What Do You Want This Year for Christmas? [single] (Rocket Ride - 63 spins
#6 - BRADLEY LEIGHTON - Holiday of Lights (Pacific Coast Jazz) - 58 spins w/ 2 adds
#7 - DAVE KOZ & DANA GLOVER - Silent Night [single] (Concord) - 58 spins
#8 - DAVID WELLS - Good King... & O Come... [singles/downloads] (ChocolateJazz.com) - 57 spins w/ 1 add
#9 - WILLIE NELSON f. NORAH JONES - Baby It's Cold Outside [single] (Blue Note) - 57 spins
#10- SPENCER DAY - Silver Bells [single] (Concord) - 56 spins

posted by Drew Davidsen on 12/20/2010

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We 3 Stringz is the #4 added CD to jazz radio this week. Got your copy yet?

posted by Drew on 11/30/2010

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The new CD is coming. Check out the title track. Special thanks to Paul Jackson Jr., and Chuck Loeb for playing on, "We 3 Stringz."

posted by Drew on 09/04/2010

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Very stripped down recordings. Just me and my acoustic guitar! The plan is to write new music and record some of my favorites from "Around (Again)" and "This Journey" This will be a digital release to start. Check out the first two mixes of "Catalina Blue" and "Astro" All songs will be recorded with only my Martin OMC Artist Series Guitar. No bass, drums, keys, etc... Just guitar!


posted by Drew Davidsen on 07/11/2010

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Thank you very much for stopping by my page here on Indie Heaven. I have been nominated for "Best New Artist" American Smooth Jazz Awards. Visit my website to vote. www.drewdavidsen.com

posted by Drew Davidsen on 06/06/2010

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I am really looking forward to performing at the Seabreeze Jazz Festival this year. The festival is April 16, 17, and 18. On Friday Night there is a jam session in memory of Wayman Tisdale. This was the last stage Wayman performed on before he died of cancer. Here is more info on his life.

Wayman Lawrence Tisdale (June 9, 1964 May 15, 2009) was an American professional basketball player in the NBA and a smooth jazz bass guitarist. ...


In the words of a great friend and Country singer Toby Keith, "So, play it sweet in Heaven cause I know that right where you want to be... I'm not crying cause I miss you... I'm crying for me." Toby wrote a great song. Dave Koz hlped as well with some beautiful ax work. I'm an toughed when I see this.


Wyamn was an awesome guy and is well missed. We love you bro!

For more info on the whole festival visit here.


posted by Drew Davidsen on 03/04/2010

Drew Davidsen endorses Brubaker Guitars! Subscribe To My Blog (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

This is very cool. Brubaker Guitars is going to build me the axe of my dreams. Their guitars are awesome. I love the tone and feel of a Brubaker. They also make some sweet basses as well. Kevin is planning to have it ready by my Christmas Show at Michos. When its done I'll put up some pics! Visit their website to check out what's going on.

posted by Drew Davidsen on 12/08/2009

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I am very excited to tell you this week, 'Astro' is #16 on the Top 20 Smooth Jazz Countdown. It's an honor to be in this countdown with all these great artists and musicians. Check it out. D. :-)


posted by Drew Davidsen on 11/03/2009

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Click here to get tickets to my Holiday Show. Dec. 27 7pm at Michos 35 Main Street
Reisterstown, MD 21136 I will backed by the Spice Band.

posted by Drew Davidsen on 10/26/2009

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posted by Drew Davidsen on 07/08/2009

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This is a special tune. I wrote this tune in memory of my Dad and the work he did with NASA. Here on Indie Heaven you can get your own copy for .99. "Astro" is also the first single from my new CD, "Around Again" coming out on Creative Soul Jazz. The street date for this CD is July 21st. Hop to see you at Blues Alley! Drew.

posted by Drew Davidsen on 05/29/2009

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Click the pic to see a video from my interview on Friday morning May, 15th. The program was called Good Morning Maryland. Fun stuff! Drew

posted by Drew Davidsen on 05/15/2009

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"Around Again" will be the title for my Next CD. Just came back from Nashville where I tracked the last two tunes with Eric Copeland at The Sound Kitchen. This is a very cool studio. Keith Mohr also dropped by to help out with a USB Keyboard. Do you think I should put Keith in the liner notes? I can't wait for you guys to hear the new mixes! I love the way this CD is turning out. There will be some vocals as well. And more surprises too. Drew

posted by Drew Davidsen on 05/09/2009

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The title of Drew Davidsen's 2007 independently released solo debut This Journey has proven joyfully prophetic. Since releasing the fresh and dynamic, perfectly "in the pocket" set of 12 melodic and coolly grooving originals, the multi-talented composer/guitarist-a longtime session player who has appeared on close to 30 high profile projects--has enjoyed a unique career whirlwind, earning accolades across the board in the worlds of urban jazz and gospel and being named one of the "Ten Hottest New Guitarists" in Guitar Player Magazine's influential reader's poll. An institution at Delaware's Reheboth Beach Jazz Festival for the past eight years, Drew at the 2007 event was invited by jam session host Gerald Veasley to join a superstar contemporary jazz jam session featuring Eric Darius, Steve Oliver, Jason Miles, Bobby Lyle and Nick Colionne. In 2008, he won the Newsome Award for Best Gospel Jazz CD, was inducted into the Newsome Awards Hall of Fame and won the Momentum Award for Jazz Artist of the Year by IndieHeaven. This year, he's been nominated for two Momentum Awards, "Jazz Instrumental Artist" and "Jazz Artist of the Year.

Fans of Colionne and superstar urban jazz guitarist Norman Brown's blend of high energy melodic funk, crisp electric improvisations and laid back sensual soul will find an immediate emotional connection as they take This Journey. Davidsen kicks off the set with the colorful mid-tempo seduction of "Take it To The Maxx," then doubles his axe with the sax for the similarly sensual vibe of "Full Circle." He follows the instantly hummable, soaring and anthemic title track with the bubbly grooves and crisp melody lines of "Flip Side" before going retro, rolling his sharp melody over thumping old school beats on "Straight Up." Switching over the acoustic, Davidsen waxes dreamy and eloquent on the appropriately titled "Nylon Rain," then keeps the chill mode going with the passionate sax-guitar melody line and provocative electronic atmospheres of "Introspective." Those atmospheres blend with elegant piano, punchy sax coloring and crisp, laid back guitar and hypnotic, shuffling beats on "The Long Way Home."

"2 After 12" is perhaps the hippest track on This Journey, a delightfully bouncy, electronica-infused retro soul and blues jam that seduces and hypnotizes at the same time. The guitarist taps into an Irish music and inspirational vibe on the lovely, swaying "Vision Quest (Be Thou My Vision)," which he follows by the easy simmering, blues-jazz meditation of Jimi Hendrix's "Little Wing"-which adds panache and soul to a standard whose legacy includes renowned versions by Sting, Eric Clapton and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Not to toot his own horn, but Davidsen gets the title right on the closing track "Amazing," an extraordinary, most rousing, danceable jazz-funk twist on "Amazing Grace" that makes you glad God found you all over again!

While currently enjoying a re-release of This Journey-which is not only worth a second look, but is truly one of the most compelling indie urban jazz discs of the past few years--Davidsen also just released online a few preview tracks for this next project produced by Eric Copeland, Creative Soul Jazz: the high energy, feel good, top down, sun in your face travel tune "Astro" and the moody and contemplative, easy grooving, electronic-tinged "Bounce." For Davidsen, currently a resident of Towson, Maryland, the exciting journey continues!

--Jonathan Widran, Jazziz, All Music Guide

posted by Drew Davidsen on 03/23/2009

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YEAH! It's that time of year! I am so blessed to be nominated in two categories. Jazz and instrumental artist of the year! I'll keep you posted as to how it turns out.

posted by Drew Davidsen on 03/04/2009

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Tune in from 8-10pm this Sunday!

posted by Drew Davidsen on 02/11/2009

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Welcome to the January Top 20
Congratulations, you've been discovered by our mob of discriminating music fanatics. They were blown away by your song, and voted it among the best in your Channel. Your entry will be played again and again as it competes in this month's Quarter-Finals! The next stop if you're lucky is the coveted #1 spot in your Channel and after that, the $5,000 Grand Prize cash for Music and $1,000 for Video!

Also, make sure you check out the new OurStage iPhone App - it's a great way to get to get discovered. By being in the Top 20 this month, you are automatically in the Channel Sampler for next month for your Channel, exposed before millions of iPhone and iPod users as one of the hottest risings stars in new music.

I wish I could reach out to all of you personally and give you the recognition you deserve for making it this far, but there are just way too many of you!

I hope to be sending you another congratulatory email in a few days when you make it to the Semi-Finals. If for some insane reason, you don't make it to the Top 10 this month, KEEP THE FAITH. Next month, OurStage will be offering a whole new crop of prizes for fan favorites like you.

Got something to say? Questions? Find me at my profile and share your thoughts. Join my fan club to get occasional updates about upcoming OurStage events and other useful stuff. Or read my latest blog posting.

Best of luck as you battle for first place. And may the fans be with you.

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posted by Drew Davidsen on 01/25/2009

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posted by Drew Davidsen on 12/18/2008

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posted by Drew Davidsen on 12/05/2008

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I am very excited to bring you this update. If you haven't been following along I have been an a major journey loosing weight. I just stepped on the scale before lunch and I saw these four numbers. 189.5

I started this journey some three months ago at 235. My producer and good friend Eric Copeland challenged me to loose 10 lbs. This was really needed for my photo shoot. In his words I looked tired and old. I needed that challenge so bad. I feel so great right now!

posted by Drew Davidsen on 10/29/2008

Are you ready to "Bounce?" Subscribe To My Blog (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

Please check out my new tune, "Bounce." It's the first tune in my player. This tune was written by yours truly and produced by Eric Copeland. This is a sneak peak from my next CD coming out on Creative Soul Jazz Records. The players on "Bounce" are:

Drew Davidsen- Guitar and Mini Moog.

Eric Copeland- Electric and Acoustic Pianos

Gary Lunn- Bass

Dan Needham- Drums

I'm so excited about the musical direction that my new music is taking. Drew!

posted by Drew Davidsen on 10/29/2008

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I got some awesome news today and I wanted to share it with you. I have two cool things to let you know about.

Radio News: There is a new Jazz Radio Show in the Baltimore area. It's called Ninety One One Local. This is a live Local Jazz show on Harford County Community College's WHFC
91.1FM. It airs every Sunday Night from 8-10pm and is hosted by Trish Hennessy. You will hear lots of great Baltimore Jazz Artists on this show each week! Tune in this Sunday to hear me! I may even call in to the station. :-)

Drew and the Crew: ON November 1. 11pm come turn back the clocks in style. This just came in. We will be playing a 1hr late night jam session at Penguins 1065 Maiden Choice Lane Arbutus, MD 2122. What can I say we like to jam! Have you met the Crew?

Dave Krug- Sax

William Neil- Bass

Johnny Ray- Drums

Tickets are on sale now for 10.00 online. 15.00 at the door. Come jam with us! We really Hope to see all our MD. Fans! DC fans too! Oh yeah! PA. Let's do it! I should arrive around 10pm. The band and I are helping to support some young bands who are battling it out for cash and prizes. I was asked to headline the night! Should be fun!

After the show stick around to meet Me and the crew! We plan to eat and hang. Why not were all family.

posted by Drew Davidsen on 10/23/2008

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Next month I am going to push this hard.

Nylon Rain, by Drew Davidsen on OurStage

posted by Drew Davidsen on 10/21/2008

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I have been loosing weight and getting ready to hit the road. I am working hard on a new CD too. If you don't have my current CD be sure to pick up a copy today! It's only 9.98

posted by Drew Davidsen on 09/11/2008

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This is a picture of me with Alfonso Freeman. Yeah, that would be Morgan Freeman's son! Alfonso Freeman was one of the hosts. I won a 2008 Newsome Award for Best Gospel Jazz CD!

posted by Drew Davidsen on 07/19/2008

I lost more weight! Subscribe To My Blog (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

I am doing really well losing weight! I am drinking a lot of water. I am now down from 222 to 206. I am planning to drop another 10 lbs before my photo shoot. I will be back in Nashville the week of August 25 to work more on my new record for Creative Soul Jazz.

Saturday is the Newsome Awards. I will let you know how I do. I am up for Best Gospel CD! Tomorrow I am playing a pre-awards show dinner. I am one of many artists sharing music. Drew :-)

posted by Drew Davidsen on 07/17/2008

The pounds are melting away! Subscribe To My Blog (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

I have been a good boy watching what I eat and drinking a lot of water. Exercising too. I have also been hard at work writing some new music for my new CD. Moving forward with Creative Soul Jazz is an awesome experience. Today I worked on anew tune called, "4 over 4" My band got together to shed too. This is always fun. We are working on getting the set supper tight!

This weekend I have to gigs. On Saturday I will be playing a privet event with, "Spice" They are doing a job with me. My old friend Dave Krug will be playing tenor sax. :-)

posted by Drew Davidsen on 06/26/2008

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My trip to Franklin, TN. was amazing to say the least. God provided the whole way. Eric Copeland's studio is very nice. We had a great time talking jazz, etc... So........ I am planning to to go back in August for a photo shoot. I need to make some changes.

Eric challenged me to loose 10 lbs. by August. This is a must! So far I have been three days with out any soda. Smile I have been watching what I eat and drinking a lot of water.

Next will be my hair. I have been growing it out for some time. I do get the ends cut now and again. It just that I need style. I need to scream smooth jazz.

I have also been working like a dog in my studio to prepare logic files of my new songs to send to Eric for the next CD. I am writing some new tunes also. Today I was working on a tune called, "Island Blues." Since my return to "HUNVILLE" (all Baltimore people can laugh now!) i have three files ready for the next CD. There is still a lot to be done. I am mostly mapping out how they go. I am doing some guitar work too. Eric and I both use Logic and this will help us make our deadline for releasing my next CD on Creative Soul Jazz.

There will be a few tunes that we use a live band on. I am sure Garry Lunn will play some more bass on the record. He did an awesome job on "Bounce." Garry writes for Christian musician magazine too.

I met most of Eric's team. Mark Baldwin came in the studio on Tuesday. This dude rocks on the guitar. cool

Eric and I talked about my career too. I have some homework to do. Once the CD is done I will start to look for endorsements. (Major Guitar Companies, etc...) Actually I am looking now to get ahead of the game.

This is going to be hard work! BRING IT ON!

I am going to be blogging about this whole experience on my IH page. Check there for new updates. I an few minutes I will stand on the scale! I plan to post as the pounds melt away.

posted by Drew Davidsen on 06/22/2008

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I am now in the process of negotiating with Creative Soul Jazz about joining their roster. I am currently working with producer Eric Copeland. This relationship is turning out to be really cool. Eric is both an awesome producer and a great keyboard player. I am very excited about the new endeavor. Cool


I can't wait for you guys to hear "Bounce" the first track we are working on. It's so HOT!

All I can say is go GOD!!!

posted by Drew Davidsen on 06/09/2008

Top 10 in Guitar Player Magazine June 2008! Subscribe To My Blog (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

This is so cool! I made the Top 10 in the readers choice poll.

posted by Drew Davidsen on 05/06/2008

Gospel Jazz CD of the year! Subscribe To My Blog (RSS)(Click this icon to Subscribe)

Praise God! I have been nominated for another award. This award is called a Newsone Award. I'm up for, "Best Gospel Jazz CD." The ceremony is in Baltimore. It's a black tie event too. Now is the time to vote. YEAH! The date of the event is July 18, 19, 20. VOTING IS FROM APRIL 30, 2008 - MAY 14, 2008 I am the 4rth name from the top. Happy voting.

posted by Drew Davidsen on 05/04/2008

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Click here to get a free Take it to the MaXX ring-tone. It's free! I just put it on my phone and it sounds soooooooo cool. Just imagine you are in a room full pf people and your phone rings. What a great way to get a conversation going about God, Indie Heaven, Music, Life, etc.... This is an awesome ice breaker dudes.

posted by Drew Davidsen on 07/18/2007