Davinski's music has soul, but not the kind you'd find at the Sacred Heart gospel Choir, the San Francisco-based church group that first convinced Davis to extend his vocal talents. It was 10 years ago that Davis --who had left a career as a salmon fisherman in his home town of Anchorage, Alaska-found his voice singing gospel music. Soon after he began experimenting with song writing, collaborating with singer/songwriter/producer Ryan Downe together they created 'The River', Davis' first album, which held a top 10 spot on Spin Records Internet sight for 6 months. Now back with his sophomore album and a new alter ego named Davinski, Davis gives you 'Farewell', shifting from his rock roots and far from his gospel beginnings to a more 80's electronica dance club sound . Bringing back producer Ryan Downe, and adding Marc Rosenberg to the production team. 'Davinski delivers and gives you a flavor that will take you to new yet familiar places.'
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