John William Davis
and Nick Annis
with special guests Julia Hays and Sean Kelly
April 28, 2007

John W. Davis

South Florida Folk Festival - winner (2005)
Swallow Hill Songwriting Competition - winner (2004)
Kerrville New Folk - winner (2004)

"...I guarantee you'll be impressed, even enamored, by his content and style..."
Tom Yeager, Songbird Sanctuary Concert Series, Houston, TX

"...homey tales that fall somewhere between dreamscape episodes
and a soundtrack of southern lore..."
Dan Willging, Dirty Linen Magazine

"Dreams of the Lost Tribe is a stunning piece of work by any standard..."
Marty Jones, Westword Magazine

" matter your taste in singer/songwriters
you owe it to yourself to see this great artist."
Greg Johnson, The Blue Door Digest

Nick Annis

"When I first heard Nick Annis, my jaw and everybody else's jaw just dropped.
You're going to hear something really amazing. I really love these guys and you will too."
-David Eisner, Institute of Musical Traditions/House of Musical Traditions

"Whether in his songs or in the spoken interludes between them,
there is a natural theatricality to his presentation that rivets the attention."
-Mike Agranoff, Minstrel Coffeehouse

"Subtly spiritual, his songs are sensitive and thought-provoking,
with a touch of wry humor injected occasionally for maximum effect."
-Susan Moss, Heart's Desire House Concerts

"Nick is recognized for his dry wit, his profound and sincere lyrics,
and a voice that is often compared to James Taylor
but has a soulfulness uniquely his own."
-Laurie Oudin, Main Street Cafe

2006 Winner South Florida Folk Festival Songwriting Contest (FL)
2006 2nd place Plowshares Songwriting Contest (PA)
2006 2nd place Susquehanna Songwriting Contest (MD)
2006 2nd place Suwannee Riverfest Songwriting Contest (FL)
2005 2nd place Susquehanna Songwriting Contest (MD)



House Concert Series
Longmont, CO