Back by popular demand! - After last year's show we were flooded with emails requesting a return play.
Yes! This is the John Davidson who hosted The Hollywood Squares, That's Icredible, and guest hosted The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson more than any other singer. But you gotta see his live show. John comes out and talks to the audience like he's a stand up comic establishing a relationship with his crowd even before he picks up his guitar and starts to play. Everyone is won over before the second song. I really dig his political stance in songs like "Hard To Be A Liberal" and "Wall Street Blues," and his religious beliefs in "Atheist In The Wood." His cool covers of The Del Vikings' "Come Go With Me," has the people loudly clapping along with the classic, and Harry Chapin's "Cats In The Cradle" goes over just as well. He walks around the stage singing and playing instead of just sitting down in a chair and just strumming along with the words. And like a true folkie he is always commenting on society. '70 Sucks' is an anxious example of one of his messages.
Sometimes you get the feeling he is singing specifically to you and this uplifting style lends to an interaction between artist and audience lacking in many other current concerts. John has a theatrical voice and he sings convincingly and passionately. A real 21st century troubadour in every sense of the word. In fact, he is almost like a one man band when he clicks in the female voices harmonizing with his own, and when he uses his heel to have a bass company his acoustic guitar. It’s a neat night of upbeat, political folk music with social messages. And done by one of the most talented veteran artists around today. - A. J. WachtelBuy Tickets