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An evening with Joshua Davis

Friday, July 10, 2015

7:30 p.m.

Fountain Street Church

24 Fountain NE
grand Rapids MI 49503

Joshua Davis at Fountain Street Church

Joshua Davis at Fountain Street Church

Joshua Davis was raised in the folk tradition: the music, the social movements, the land. He writes songs that blend the roots of American music with gritty rock n' roll and vintage soul.

While on THE VOICE, Davis proudly represented his music and his home state of Michigan. From February’s national television debut with his now famous "blind audition" that instantly won the favor of the judges and over 1 million YouTube viewers, to making it to the show’s finale by placing numerous songs in the Top 10 of iTunes — Davis broke barriers on the NBC stage, becoming the first artist in eight seasons of THE VOICE to perform an original song, catapulting the singer’s talents beyond the national spotlight. In the show’s finale, Davis performed live with Judge and Maroon 5 Vocalist Adam Levine, plus nine-time Grammy Award Winner, Sheryl Crow.

For over fifteen years Joshua has made his living sharing his songs, stories and knowledge across the US and Canada at festivals, concert halls, coffeehouses and dives - as a solo act, front man for roots ensemble "Steppin' In It," classic swing band "Shout Sister Shout", songwriter showcase band "The Starlight Six," and frequently as a workshop facilitator, presenter or instructor.

Tickets available through Ticketmaster. All seats reserved, $15 - $25.
FSC's Italian Romanesque church building was built in 1924. The sanctuary was designed to be a public auditorium, as well as a church, and it has served in this capacity many times over the years. This iconic structure has excellent acoustics, beautiful ambiance, and about 1500 seats.

Event Type: Arts-Entertainment 

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