Harold Davis' Live at Redbones for March

Basil Walters

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

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VOCALIST/pianist Harold Davis is working on his second album entitled Live at Redbones which is set for release March.


Davis, who had performed at the Redbones in December, said the album will be a potpourri across genres including reggae, jazz and R&B.


He said he was inspired to do this project as his performances at the St Andrew venue had always created excitement.


"We're recording this live album from a show we did last year at Redbones. Patrons always create a lot of excitement about our live performances there. They always ask when are we performing again. We think that on these live performances, we give the best energy, so we are trying out a live album. It's in the mixing and mastering stage now. We're just refining it. It should be out by March," Davis told the Jamaica Observer.


The soon-to-be released musical package will also feature a number of the musicians.


"I have some fabulous musicians on it. Kathy Brown was with me, Othneil Lewis, Stevie Golding," he said.


Davis, who began his musical journey at age seven, playing the violin and trumpet along with the piano, released his first album Harold Arthur in 2010. The album that bears his middle name (Arthur), also feature Bunny Rugs, Ossie D, and Maria Myrie.


His next major appearance will be Blues on the Green, February 22, at Emancipation Park.


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