Review – Dan Davidson

EP: 6 Songs To Midnight
Release Date: February 25, 2022
Genre: Country

Award-winning country singer Dan Davidson is back with his latest EP 6 Songs to Midnight.

As a multi-talented performer, songwriter, and producer, Davidson is offering this EP to his fans as the closing chapter of his pop-party era in country music, as he gets ready to transition into a more mature era of his career.

There’s a reason Davidson is known for these light-hearted, fun country tracks. He knows how to turn his songs into their own mini parties. Opening the EP we kick things off with the laid-back vibes of “Roll With It” featuring the legendary The Road Hammers. The party doesn’t stop with his second feature, the cheeky “Really Shouldn’t Drink Around You” — this time, he recruits the lovely harmonies of Hayley Jensen.

The rest of the EP never waivers when it comes to good times and good vibes. From the top-tapping melody of “I Do” to the anthemic atmosphere of “Role Models.” Slowing things down comes “Blindspot,” a romantic, sultry number with a hard-hitting chorus. Lastly, we end with “Don’t Judge A Beer By The Label” which concludes this chapter of Davidson’s country-party vibes with a lighter-in-the-air chorus and a real sense of community in the lyrics.

Davidson’s career has seen significant momentum in the last few years, with six CCMA nominations, 10 ACMA awards, a gold record, multiple Top 20 charting songs, and a number-one-selling Canadian song and record. Recently, he’s been collaborating and writing for/with Tim Hicks, Chad Brownlee, and Gord Bramford.

Whatever this new era of music brings for Dan Davidson, his experience as a songwriter and musician will surely carry him successfully into this chapter. We can’t wait to see what he does next.

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