Paul Davis

Genres: Country & Bluegrass Pop / Rock Soundtrack Sports & Recreation Movies
Tags: soft rock 80s male vocalists rock 70s yacht rock pop easy listening Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades: 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s


21 April 1948, Meridian, Mississippi, USA, d. 22 April 2008, Meridian, Mississippi, USA. Davis was spotted playing with his own country rock band, by the wife of Bert Berns of Bang Records in 1970, who signed him as a solo singer. Davis’ first release, a cover version of the Jarmels’ 1961 doo-wop hit ‘A Little Bit Of Soap’, narrowly missed the US Top 50 the same year. For the next six years he concentrated on songwriting and achieved chart placings with, among others, ‘Ride ’Em Cowboy’, ‘Thinking Of You’ and ‘Superstar’. In 1977, Singer Of Songs - Teller Of Tales spawned the ballad ‘I Go Crazy’, which took from August until April the following year, an unbelievable eight months, to peak at number 7, spending 40 weeks in the US Top 100. In 1981 Davis moved to Arista Records and after adopting a ‘poppier style’, reached the US Top 20 with ‘Cool Night’ and the Top 10 with...

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