- Hotel Oregon - Cellar Bar |
- Saturday, August 17, 2013
- 7 p.m. |
- Free |
- 21 and over
About Jon Davidson
Jon is an alternative rock artist from Portland who has toured in 5 countries and most of the United States. His singles have been played on stations throughout the US states and Canadian provinces, and charted on college radio's Hot 200 chart. He has shared the stage with such artists as Puddle Of Mudd, Powerman 5000, Saliva, Hurt, Houston Calls, Intervision, We Shot The Moon, A Change Of Pace, Under The Flood, Fall From Grace, Nonpoint, and The Exies, and has toured nationwide with Tyrone Wells and Andrew Belle.
Jon's first first full-length solo album, Perfect Cliché, was released in October 2008, and a deluxe edition of the album came out in June 2010. Jon wrote all of the songs, played all of the instruments, and performed all of the vocals on the album. The album was mixed by Gabe Johnston (Kandles At Nine, Black N' Blue) and mastered by Nick Moon (Everclear, The Dandy Warhols, Inked In Blood). Singles from the album have received airplay on six different radio formats: Modern Rock, AAA, Hot AC, Country, Rock, and College.
In addition to his solo career, Jon is also the frontman for the critically acclaimed pop/rock act Crown Point as well as the hard rock band Silversafe.
Davidson just finished recording the new Crown Point album, Wolves, at Greenhouse Studios in Vancouver, BC. The album was produced by Jeff Johnson (Jet Black Stare, Default, Faber Drive, Adelitas Way), engineered by Chris Holmes (Korn, The Veer Union, Katy Perry), and mixed by Gordini (Nickelback).
Jon has appeared in Entertainment Weekly and on E! Television, FOX, and ABC. His music is published by Dummy Boy Publishing, LLC. Jon's song "What Can I Say" has been chosen for inclusion in the upcoming feature film Twisted Redemption. He was the runner-up for the Best Male Artist Of The Year award at the 2009 Portland Music Awards.
Davidson is committed to using his music to make a tangible difference. He frequently performs benefit shows and other events for such organizations as the American Heart Association, the American Cancer Society, the American Red Cross, Forward Edge, and the March Of Dimes.
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