Arnold Davidson | More Outlaw Than Me

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More Outlaw Than Me

by Arnold Davidson

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Genre: Country: Country Rock
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1. Girls and Gasoline
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2. Thats Another Story
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3. More Outlaw Than Me
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4. Truth Will Stand
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5. Chicken Wire
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6. Just One More
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7. Shame on Me
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8. Dashboard Jesus
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9. Write on Me
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10. Daddio Boogie
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Where do I begin…….
I was born and raised in South West Virginia. 1 of 4 children of all which have a love for music in some way, shape, or form. I grew up surrounded by music and had the desire to play at an early age. My Dad, Mack Davidson, was and still is my biggest hero. His influence and patience is what has brought me to where I am now. Without him, there would be no me. His love for music just seemed to pour out to all of his children and we all welcomed it in our own way. My oldest brother is a drummer and of course being a kid I took interest very quickly. With his help and Dads guidance they taught me to play the pig skins and by age 5 I was playing in a local band. My first “Big” show was opening for a country act well known at the time, Restless Heart. I was hooked from then on. I played my first bar when I was 9. A local dive called the Ford Grill is where my youth weekends were spent. Playing music all night long and making more money than a boy my age knew what to do with. During my younger years I got to do and see things I never would have if it were not for music. By the time I was 13 I had been a part of a couple bands that had opened shows for such bands and artists as Canyon, Tom T Hall, Billy Ray Cyrus, Kentucky Headhunters, Garth Brooks, just to name a few. I did the local band scene until I was 19. At that time I landed my first big gig. I was the drummer and backup vocalist for my brother Clay Davidson who at the time had 3 top 10 songs on the radio. I toured with him until I was 21 years old. That all came to an end when the tour bus we were on crashed on our way to Effingham Illinois. The buck stopped there as he never returned to the stage. But, during my time with him I had the pleasure of sharing the stage with some great people. Travis Tritt, Arron Tippen, Neil McCoy, Jo Dee Massina, and many more. I had the honor of playing The Grand Ole Opry twice, at the famous Ryman Auditorium even, along with some other amazing venues. I got to travel most of the United States and see and meet some great people that had it not been for music would have otherwise not been privy to. I have done studio session work and began writing my own songs and for the first time ever have decided to step out into the spot light. Up until now I have only been a musician in someone else’s band or part of a band I have put together.

Which brings me to what I’m doing now. I have been writing and putting together my first solo album due out early 2017. It’s been an awesome experience seeing things from this side of the industry and I learn something new about it every day. I have a love and passion for what I do that cannot be put into words. The best way I can express it is though my music.

Only time will tell just how far I can make it. Who knows, I could be a household name or I could just be the next guy that just ends up being able to do what he loves for a living. Either is fine by me. One thing is certain though, every time I step out on that stage I give it everything I have. No matter if there is 25 people or 2,500 people I come out there and share a piece of me that only gets a chance to shine once in a while. I strive to make memories for my audience and do my very best to let them know just how much they are appreciated, and I do it every-single-time.

So in a nut shell, that’s who I am and what I’m about.

God Bless yall. Peace, Love, and Nanner Puddin.
Arnold Davidson.

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