Jacob Davis Talks Tours, Fears, and the Future With Contributor Kelly

Despite a State of Emergency in Nashville the day before, Jacob Davis and I braved the historic snowfall to sit down and talk about his start in music, upcoming tour dates, and a few signature GotCountry? questions! (Audio Preface: this was recorded at one of few open coffee shops the day after the storm, filled with lots of stir-crazy and cold Nashvillians.) I must say Jacob Davis may be one of the nicest, down to earth artists I have had the pleasure to interview; not to mention his guitarist is a cross between Leonardo Dicaprio and Ryan Gosling, who is just as nice. Needless to say, if you’ve ever met them it’s quick to see that the band is a bunch of fun loving jokesters with a passion for music. For an inside look at life on the road check out their EPK that we exclusively released last week! I know I’m excited for what 2016 has in store for Jacob Davis and his band!

Check him out at:
JacobDavisMusic.com
Twitter/IG/FB: @JacobDavisMusic

Or catch him at an upcoming show:

  • Feb 03 Majestic Theatre w/Kelsea Ballerini Madison, WI
  • Feb 04 Joe’s Bar w/Kelsea Ballerini Chicago, IL
  • Feb 06 Boondocks w/Kelsea Ballerini Springfield, IL
  • Feb 13 The Brewhouse Rome, GA
  • Feb 26 Saddlebags Savannah, GA
  • Feb 27 The Crazy Bull w/Drake White Macon, GA
  • Apr 09 Festival Plaza Shreveport, LA

About Kelly Hettenbaugh

Kelly Hettenbaugh
Growing up in upstate New York, I was the one hanging with the boys hunting and fishing that the country songs talk about. Driving the back roads to my grandparent’s house in the southern tier, I used to belt out Trisha Yearwood’s “She’s In Love With a Boy,” desperately wanting to be Katie and find my Tommy. I thought my parents turned it up because they knew I liked it.. I’ve since realized it was probably to drown out my less than stellar singing voice. Although a lot has changed since then, my love for country music has stayed with me. I now live in SW Florida and my interest lies more in the up and coming acts, and songwriters than it does the larger acts that are already successful. I love being the first to discover someone and watch their career grow as they find their way in today’s crazy country music world. Working five days a week- my weekends are spent at a show, doing something active outdoors, or catching up with friends. Since I get to enjoy FL everyday, my vacations usually revolve around music festivals or visiting my family back in NY :)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*