Drew Davis
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Drew Davis

Columbus, Ohio, United States | INDIE

Columbus, Ohio, United States | INDIE
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Original full-length album "Traffic" (2008) available on iTunes.

The songs that have been placed from this album are "Not The Same," "The B.S. Song," "My Bruises," "Blue Eyes," "Drive," "I'd Be So Kind," "Traffic," "Get Me Feelin' Fine," and "I Swear It."

Placements include TV shows, film trailers, independent films, radio airplay, and more.



Drew Davis has been performing live since she was 11-years-old and began writing music when she was 6-years-old. Now, at just 21-years-old, Drew has developed her talents to become an incredible singer and songwriter. Throughout her career, fans have compared her talent to that of a young Eva Cassidy, Patty Griffin, and Fiona Apple. At the early age of 14, Drew was the youngest musician ever to play at National Women's Music Festival. She released her first full-length album when she was only 11-years-old (released in 2001), and now has an album out that was released at the end of 2008 called "Traffic,” available on iTunes, Amazon and other online mediums. The album contains 10 original songs and was funded and produced by Minneapolis sound-tracking company "inthegroovemusic."

Her music has been used on several MTV shows including “The Hills,” “When I Was 17,” “Made,” and “True Life.” Her most popular song from that album “Not the Same,” was placed in the season two premiere of Showtime’s “The Real L Word” and the French series “Foudre.” Drew’s song “The B.S. Song” was recently featured in the trailer for “La Vie D’une Autre,” a 2012 French film starring Academy Award winner Juliette Binoche. Drew’s songs “Drive” and “Traffic” were also featured in an investor teaser for independent film company Glass City Film’s newest project “Separation Anxiety.” Her song “Get Me Feelin’ Fine” was used in the actual film, which starred John Wesley Shipp (best known for his role in the hit series Dawson’s Creek) and Polly Adams (best known for her role in Law and Order and the feature film “United 93”).

Throughout the years, Drew has played many shows at several reputable venues. These venues include Columbus, Ohio’s Lifestyles Community Pavilion and Newport Music Hall. Drew has also played Athens, Georgia’s 40 Watt and Melting Point venues. Drew performed at Columbus’s increasingly successful and popular festival, Comfest, five years in a row. She has shared the stage with legendary local Columbus favorites and has performed on the same bill as June Millington, renowned lead guitarist of the 1970s all-female rock band Fanny. Drew also played at the “Taste of Cincinnati” festival, the longest running culinary arts festival in the US and has traveled to play shows at several campuses in the Midwest. In March of 2012, Drew was selected to play at the 12th Annual Invasion of GoGirls SXSW Showcase in Austin, TX, an all-female, national showcase.

Currently, she is finishing up her third full-length album, which will be released in 2012. Because Drew is still so young, it’s hard to say the direction her music will take in the future. What is not hard to predict, however, is the success and recognition her music is sure to achieve if placed into the right hands.

An iTunes customer review reads: "LOVE this album. Drew's lyrics are incredibly poetic and allow anyone who has ever felt deeply to connect. Her lyrics are accompanied by her smoky, soulful voice that could be described as having the class of Norah Jones and the freshness of Sara Bareilles while her lyrics are poetic like a Tristan Prettyman. She takes you from Blue Eyes, a cute Feist-sounding track to the soul of My Bruises...a performance piece. I bet she would be amazing live as it seems she pours her heart and soul into each one of her songs. Thanks Drew for such a wonderful album. I can't wait to see what you'll do next!"