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Portrait of Kim Davidson
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“…a blending of folk, pop and country drawn from experiences in life, travel, people and more. This seasoned musician will share great ranges vocally and lyrically. … You will not be disappointed and will look forward to her return.” - Karen Freker, Co-Owner, Harvest Cafe, Hudson, MA
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Hometown Medford, MA
Genres Americana / Alt Country, Acoustic
Band Members Kim Davidson
Achievements Top-judger
Upcoming Shows None
Contact Information:
Artist / Band Member
Kim Davidson kimdavidson@gmail.com 3392273126
# Years Experience Performing Live: 8
# Live Perfomances Past Six-months: 15
Market Draw: North suburban Boston, Cambridge/Somerville: 0-30; Burlington VT area: 0-30; Tamworth NH area: 0-30; Boston Metro West: 0-30
Venue History: Club Passim - Cambridge, MA
Johnny D's - Somerville, MA
Harvest Cafe - Hudson, MA
The Burren - Somerville, MA
Great Brook Farms - Bolton, MA
Chequers Villa - Tamworth, NH
The Oasis Coffeehouse - Waltham, MA
Opener Experience: Charlie Daniels Band (with the band STAMPEDE); Rodney Atkins (with the band STAMPEDE)
Discography: MCMAA Country Christmas Single—2005; Full Out EP—1998
 
 
 
 
 

 
“Kim Davidson has a way of blending genres slightly, in an almost uncategorized fashion, much like Lyle Lovett. A delightful performer.” So says Gene Godfrey, host/producer of Classic FM Radio. Given that Davidson was originally headed for the Broadway...
 
 

 

 

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May 2010 Judging Excellence
 
 
 

 
How to Make an Album by
Commentary/review on Kim Davidson's music as part of a spotlight on indie artists currently in the process of recording albums.

Life, Love & Lyrics by
Interview with Kim Davidson about the songwriting process.

 
 

 

Technical Requirements

BASIC REQUIREMENTS:

Vocal microphone (I have my own if needed)

External guitar microphone (preferred) or can plug in

Boom mic stand (I use my own when I can because I have a nifty cup-holder attached)

A chair (not a stool if at all possible)

Monitors are always nice, but I'm used to working without them 

 

I have a small vocal/guitar amp that can accommodate smaller venues without in-house sound

 
 
 
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