Louisiana-born Andy Davis broke onto the scene in 2005 with a charming, acoustic debut called "Thinks of Her," that quickly spread among college campuses nationwide. Based in Nashville, TN then, Davis quickly hit the road opening for artists such as Jakob Dylan, Mat Kearney, needtobreathe, and more, and began collecting fans one city at a time.
Since then, Davis has released 6 album projects, including two produced by Mitchell Froom (Randy Newman, Crowded House, Tom Waits, Sheryl Crow). Davis was also a founding member of the "Ten Out of Tenn," a critically acclaimed collective of Nashville singer/songwriters (Katie Herzig, Matthew Perryman Jones, Butterfly Boucher, etc) who joined forces in super-band fashion for a collaborative tour, documented in the award-winning film, "Any Day Now."
A multi-instrumentalist with old-school charm, a 10-year track record, and a pulse for the often irregular heartbeat of human relationships, Andy Davis continues to engage longtime fans and win new ones.