Born in Towson, MD and trained classically on cello at Baltimore's Peabody Institute, Drew Davidsen also served in the US Navy in Desert Storm. A former preschool music teacher, he has a passion for educating the next generation of musicians and regularly gives his time to various cartable causes.
In an age of tight radio playlists and shrinking smooth-jazz stations, guitarist Drew Davidsen proves there’s always room for talent at the top.
An award winning jazz guitarist, Drew has released 4 chart topping instrumental albums in 4 years.
2011 SPIN CYCLE - 4th album, Creative Soul Jazz, Single, “Spin Cycle” 19+ weeks on Billboard charts peaking at #9 and hit #1 on Sirius XM and #1 on SmoothIndieStar.com
2011 Nominated Best New Artist, Oasis Contemporary Jazz Awards
2010 WE 3 STRINGS - 3rd album, Creative Soul Jazz, shot up to #2 on chart of seasonal jazz releases
2010 Nominated Best New Artist, American Smooth Jazz Awards
2009 AROUND (AGAIN) - 2nd album, Creative Soul Jazz, Single, “Astro” #1 on Billboard Recurrent Chart and as high as #4 on XM Radio, with 4 months on Allen Kepler's Smooth Jazz Top 20 Countdown
2008 Guitar Player Magazine, Ten Hottest New Guitarists (readers' poll)
2008 THIS JOURNEY – debut solo album, produced by Oznot Records
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