Alternative pop songster Andy Davis returns this fall with his piano and soaring falsetto for his first full-band LP. Recorded in 10 days in Los Angeles with renowned producer Mitchell Froom (Sheryl Crow, Los Lobos, Elvis Costello, Crowded House, Randy Newman), "Let The Woman" is a collection of songs that separates Davis from the crowd. Earning comparisons from Ben Folds to Paul Simon to Badly Drawn Boy, as well as the classic story-centered songwriting of Billy Joel, this Nashville-based 25-year-old embraces a range of times, influences and genres, his distinctive melodies and infectious layered vocals anchored by personal yet universal lyrics.
Andy has recently signed a deal with bigHelium records and Barnes & Noble, who will exclusively release and promote "Let The Woman" this fall in their more than 700 stores located throughout the United States. Look for Andy Davis on tour through the fall and winter, and pick up a
copy of "Let The Woman"