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Eddy R. Davis Edit Profile

jazz musician

Eddy R. Davis, Jazz musician. Recipient Winner of Four String Banjo All Styles award Fretts magazine. Member L.I.B.S. (honorary).

Background

Davis, Eddy R. was born on September 26, 1940 in Greenhill, Indiana, United States. Son of Lawrence Eldon and Doris Imagene (Shutz) Davis.

Education

Student, Cosmopolitan Conservatory Mus, Chicago, 1960-1963; student, Chicago School Music, 1963-1967; student, Purdue University, 1958-1959.

Career

Owner, New York Jazz Record Label, New York City recording engineer, ocner, Pa Da Publication and Recording, New York City.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Writer songs including Penny Candy, Hey Joe Willie, New Orleans Shuffle, Black Beauty. Recording with New Rhapsody in Blue Orchestra. Performed at Carnegie Hall, James Reese Europe Concert, George Wein Jazz Festivals around the world.

      Recorded 12 albums. Musical director, feature performer with Woody Allen's New Orleans Jazz Band. Eddy Davis Band appeared in film One Nite Stand, 1997.

Membership

Member L.I.B.S. (honorary).

Connections

father:
Lawrence Eldon Davis

mother:
Doris Imagene (Shutz) Davis