Singer/songwriter L. A. Davis was born in the bustle of London’s East End. His spirit and determination to succeed come from an overwhelming ability to understand life from the viewpoint of the less advantaged. As a true ‘Cockney’ Londoner, he centre’s his lyrics right from the heart: ‘It really doesn’t matter what a melody sounds like; if the words aren’t true, then listeners are less likely to buy into the ethic of a song,’ he says.
His London upbringing provides L. A. Davis with lyrical inspiration, while the gravely, smoky quality to his voice lends the key distinction between his musical counterparts. James Morrison, Stevie Wonder and Bruno Mars and, more recently, Sam Smith have all inspired this truly talented young artist.
Signed to the Spectra Music Group, L. A. Davis will release his widely anticipated debut album in 2015. It has already been hailed as one to watch. His raw honesty and his ability to perform live time and time again, make this artist a sure fire hit with fans of live music.
L. A. Davis is fast becoming a well known face on the live music circuit: the winner of Live and Unsigned – Best Unsigned Pop Act in the UK 2010, he is widely known as a performer who is willing to take risks within the boundaries of live performance.
“The moment you stop giving (to an audience),” he says, “is the moment you stop getting back.”
The new single ‘Change-Nothing To Lose” is being released worldwide on Tuesday December 30th, 2014.27
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