Matthew Davidson News ~  Dec. 16,  2014   



The Matthew Davidson Band is looking forward to performing at "Holiday Light Safari" at Alexandria Zoological Park in Alexandria, LA on Friday, Dec. 19 at 6:00 pm. Tickets are $6 per person (ages 4 and up) and can be purchased online HERE. From the zoo's website: "If you're looking to create wonderful holiday memories, Alexandria Zoo is the place to be this holiday season! Holiday Light Safari is unlike any other event in the area and features hundreds of thousands of lights, "wild animal theme" light displays, train rides, Santa, educational and craft activities for children, entertainment on select evenings, a bonfire, photo ops and much more!"





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Turn on the Holidays - Natchitoches, LA - Nov. 22

About Matthew Davidson -  

 "I think Matthew is going to continue to grow and be a huge artist one day." ~ James Burton, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame guitarist for Elvis Presley, Ricky Nelson, and many more

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Louisiana Music Factory 
Matthew's second EP "Cross My Heart" can now be purchased at Louisiana Music Factory in New Orleans. To order online, click HERE

In This Issue
Turn on the Holidays
Louisiana Music Factory
"A Gleeful Christmas"
Upcoming Shows
"Cross My Heart" EP
Join Our Mailing List
"A Gleeful Christmas" - KMSS Fox 33 Holiday Special
Nia Savoy and Matthew Davidson
Caddo Magnet High School students Nia Savoy and Matthew Davidson have been selected to appear in the upcoming Fox 33 televised holiday special, "A Gleeful Christmas". Nia and Matthew will both be featured soloists in the program. They will also perform "The Secret of Christmas" as a duo, with Nia as the vocalist and Matthew accompanying her on the guitar. The program, directed by Jennifer Dowd, will air four times during the holidays: 

KSHV- Saturday, 12/20/14 (11:30AM) 
KMSS- Sunday, 12/21/14 (5:30PM)
KSHV- Christmas Eve (10:00PM)
KMSS- Christmas Day (7:00AM)

Upcoming Schedule



Fri., Dec. 19 - Holiday Trail of Lights Event - Alexandria Zoo - Alexandria, LA - 6:00 - 7:30 pm

un., Dec. 28 - Superior Grill - Shreveport, LA - 6:30 - 10:00 pm


Wed., Dec. 31 - Superior Grill - Shreveport, LA - 7:00 - 11:00 pm


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Matthew's Music
Matthew's 2nd EP "Cross My Heart" is now on iTunes and AmazonYou can order a physical copy online at this link: We hope you will check it out! Thanks for your support!

"It's not just that the 16-year-old Matthew Davidson writes his own music, a considerably rare thing among blues prodigies. And it's not just that he deftly combines these rootsy leanings with towering pop hooks. It's not just his boyish good looks, either. It's all of that, as Davidson crafts a sophomore project that is as intriguing as it is offbeat. In the end, Cross My Heart is both a blues record that often moves far afield from the blues, and a pop record with real soul. And it works, principally because of the endless approachability that Davidson brings to things." ~Nick DeRiso, Something Else Reviews, May 14, 2014


"If there's anything to be said of Matthew Davidson's music, it's that you never truly know what to expect. His ability to capture the essence of his roots in jazz and blues but stay relevant are always what intrigues me about Davidson's appeal."~Derick Jones, The Shreveport Times, April 23, 2014 


"From the Beatles and Rolling Stones to Muddy Waters and U2, smart teen Matthew Davidson gets it. His new 5-song release, "Cross My Heart," is danceable and effervescent. It's the kind of pop that will make you drive better and make you look good cutting a rug in your living room. Beginning as a kid with a hot hand for blues guitar, Davidson is transitioning to vocalist, songwriter and entertainer. Surrounded by rockin' tunes and effective harmonies, Davidson's package kicks." ~Robert Trudeau, Heliopolis, April 16, 2014