Delaney Davidson

Skin-hitter, accordianist, synthersizist, guitarist, bassist, trombonist, harmonica-player, musical saw-player, singer, songsmith, chef, painter & explorer…
Delaney Davidson is not very well known in his homeland of New Zealand. This eccentric world traveling troubadour left our shores as a teenager,rncame home for a few years in his twenties and then took off again to hone his music skills on the world stage.rn
He’s been living in Switzerland for most of this decade, playing as the drummer for The Dead Brothers.
That band was part garage band/gypsy waltz quartet/funeral march orchestra, & released 4-5 albums on the infamous Voodoo Rhythm record labelrnThese styles can still be felt in Delaney’s current solo material, the latest album being this here “Rough Diamond”.
13 tracks, & a cover of Billie Holiday’s “You’ve Changed”..rnMaybe a lil more windswept & lonesome, maybe a lil more sparse folk & country happening when it’s just Delaney & six strings…rn– Andrew Tolley of Kato Records

Discography
picks in bold

  • Rough Diamond [2008 Kato]