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  • About

    The Memphis-area guitarist/singer-songwriter has toured for two decades, promoting ten album releases, and maintains steady play on SiriusXM satellite radio’s Bluesville channel since shortly after its inception in the early 2000s. Among his accomplishments are original instrumental music on the DVD version of director Martin Scorsese's PBS special “The Blues,” and live performances on the film documentary about North Mississippi Hill Country blues matriarch Jesse Mae Hemphill, called “Dare You To Do It Again.” Coen has been touring the U.S. and Europe since his teens, either as a solo act or accompanied by a small group, mainly performing the bar and blues festival circuit. He has billed at notable annual events such as the King Biscuit Blues Festival in Helena, Arkansas, Juke Joint Fest in Clarksdale, Mississippi and Bellinzona Blues Festival in Switzerland. Coen has also shared lineups with departed blues greats like James Cotton, Koko Taylor, Big Jack Johnson, T-Model Ford, Robert Belfour and Honeyboy Edwards. Others he's opened for include Leon Russell, Richie Havens, Mountain, and Eric Burdon of the Animals. Also notably, Davis' music was used on reality TV shows “Lizard Lick Towing” and “Home,” and independent films "Fresh Cut Grass" (2004), "Mental Scars" (2009), Fire Summer" (2017), and “Two Headed Woman” (2019).

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 100% ownership of over 70 recorded originals in blues/rock/country genre. Stems available upon request for more current tracks.