Aaron Davis’s recording career spans a decade with three different bands in addition to a solo release. He currently records and tours with Screen Door Porch, and performs locally with Boondocks and Aaron Davis & The Mystery Machine.
Albums for Sale:
Screen Door Porch
Modern Settler, 2015
All songs written by Seadar Rose (Harper Rose Music/ASCAP) and Aaron Davis (Yella Dog Records/ASCAP), except “Poor Elijah/Tribute to Johnson” (D. Bramlett/J. Ford/L. Russell) and “Street People” (Bobby Charles)
Seadar Rose Lead & harmony vocals, acoustic guitar, banjo, kazoogle
Aaron Davis Lead & harmony vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, banjo, percussion
Tom Davidson Fretless and 5-String Bass, acoustic guitar, electric guitar
Andy Peterson Drums, percussion, harmony vocals
With… Ben Winship (bouzouki, mandola), Mark Longfield (organ, wurlitzer, piano), Ted Wells (pedal steel), Rachel Gray Bundy (trumpet), Jason Fritts (tenor sax), John Kidwell (trombone), Karee Miller Jaeger (harmony vocal on “Poor Elijah/Tribute to Johnson”)
Recorded at The Hen House, Victor, ID Produced by Aaron Davis, Seadar Rose and Ben Winship
Press “On Modern Settler, Screen Door Porch has transformed roots music into something much larger—a down home good time vibe. Sonic hypnosis has set in and Screen Door Porch seem like the only place to live.” – Bently’s Bandstand Best Releases, 2015
“An impressive musical discovery.” – Paste Magazine
“Wyoming’s own Bonnie Raitt. Meet Seadar Rose of Screen Door Porch.” – Music Munch
Screen Door Porch
The Fate & The Fruit, 2012
All songs written by Seadar Rose (Harper Rose Music/ASCAP) and Aaron Davis (Yella Dog Records/ASCAP).Co-produced by Screen Door Porch and Britton Beisenherz.
Seadar Rose Lead & harmony vocals, acoustic guitar, mandolin, kazoogle
Aaron Davis Lead & harmony vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, harmonica, banjo, mandolin
With special guests Britton Beisenherz (electric bass, Rhodes, percussion), Jeff Bryant (B2 organ, Rhodes, clavinet), Kyle Clayton (upright & electric bass), Clint Simmons (drums)
Chartland #21 on Euro-Americana Chart, #29 on Roots Music Report Roots-Rock Chart, #63 AMA Americana Internet Radio Airplay Chart
Recognition Jackson Hole Weekly’s 2012 Best of JH Reader’s Poll: Best Band Playing Original Music (Silver), Best Local CD Release (Bronze), Best Musician: Aaron Davis – (Bronze)
Press “[Rose and Davis] swap lead vocals to suit the song and songwriter, a sort of Lennon/McCartney arrangement and get it right everytime: heartfelt yes, earthy certainly, but never languid. ‘Burnin at Both Ends’ and ‘Shift Work’ show both our heroes at their most gritty. The reality is that Seadar Rose and Aaron Davis go together like bacon and eggs. This is the sound of America, untamed and infinite.” ~Americana UK (8 of 10 stars)
“Screen Door Porch delightfully combined the softer acoustics of Western America with the force of their Southern country vibe into a magnetic, energy-fuelled dialogue between lead vocals Aaron Davies and Seadar Rose. Davis’ deep, ever so slightly husky tone marries Rose’s sultry bluesy nonchalance in colourful conversation. Sometimes they’ll oscillate between one and the other, but often they’ll let the ongoing back-and-forth turn into heartwarming harmony, revealing the true power of the fronting duet.” ~The Deli National
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Screen Door Porch
Screen Door Porch, 2010
All songs written by Seadar Rose (Harper Rose Music/ASCAP) and Aaron Davis (Yella Dog Records/ASCAP). Co-produced by Screen Door Porch and Britton Beisenherz.
Seadar Rose Lead & harmony vocals, acoustic & electric guitar
Aaron Davis Lead & harmony vocals, 6-string and 12-string acoustic guitars, electric guitar, harmonica, banjo, electric dobro, mandolin
With special guests Britton Beisenherz (electric bass, Rhodes, piano, percussion), Steve Bernal (cello), Kyle Clayton (upright bass), Katy Rose Cox (fiddle), Todd Pertll (pedal steel), Roberto Sanchez (drums, percussion), The Ramble Creek Choir (Kyle Clayton, Mandy Rowden, Margo Valiante, and Tanya Winch)
Chartland #16 on The Roots Music Report Folk Chart
Best-Of 2010 lists Roots Music Report’s Top 100 Albums, Wyoming Public Radio’s Best of Wyoming, Tupelo Honey’s Top 20 Americana Releases, Twangville’s Top 100 Releases, American Roots UK Editor’s Top 25 Albums
Press “Rose’s voice, paired with Davis’s multi-instrumental chops and the support of Austin’s finest makes Screen Door Porch the band and Screen Door Porch the album what it is: something new and fresh that can’t or shouldn’t be compared with anyone or anything else.” ~605 Magazine
“Lends an easy Western flair to [Rose and Davis’s] more prominent native influences of North Carolina and Kentucky, a combination that goes down as smoothly as top-shelf bourbon. ” ~The Austin Chronicle
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Rear View Mirror, 2008
(Yella Dog Records, ASCAP)
All songs written by Aaron Davis, except “Pass it On” by Nate Jones and “Mystery Woman” by Dr. Ryan Allen and Aaron Davis.
Produced by Aaron Davis.
Aaron Davis Lead vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, mandolin, pedal steel, bass guitar, jaw harp, washboard, kalimba, percussion
With special guests Margo Valiante (harmony vocals), Seadar Rose (harmony vocals), Michael Batdorf (harmony vocals), Bill Plummer (bass), Ben Winship (mandolin), Marshall Davis (bass), Bryan Perkes (bass), Andy Peterson (drums), David Bundy (drums), John Kuzloski (harmonica), John Kidwell (trombone), Jason Fritts (tenor and baritone sax)
Chartland Reached #16 on The Roots Music Report Folk Chart
Press “Alongside Lucinda Williams, Todd Snider and Ryan Adams, Rear View Mirror is one of the best Americana releases at the moment! All are beautiful songs, and the strength of Rear View Mirror shines.” ~Rootstime
“A truly phenomenal songwriter…marvelous blend of traditional Americana and roots-based music—from blues and jazz to folk and country, with his own experiences, history, and the glorious themes of the west.” ~About.com
“One of the most dynamic, talented players in the local music scene.” ~Jackson Hole News & Guide
“A breadth of expression and an absolutely outstanding talent.” ~Lonestar Time (Italy)
Live at the Silver Dollar, 2007
(Gros Ventre River Records/Yella Dog Records, ASCAP)
Songs written by Aaron Davis & Margo Valiante, with songs by Bob Wills, Gillian Welch, Bonnie Raitt, Gram Parsons and four traditionals.
Aaron Davis Vocals, electric guitar and mandolin; Margo Valiante (vocals, acoustic guitar), John Kusloski (harmonica, vocals), Bryan Perkes (upright and electric bass, harmony vocals), Andy Peterson (drums).
Press “Boot-stomping and whiskey-soaked with raunchy slide guitar and smoking harmonica riffs.” ~Jackson Hole News & Guide
“Playing a mix of blues, hard rocking electric country and a few traditionals, the band evokes associations of the hard life, hard partiers, and also the warm folksiness that one inevitably comes to experience and appreciate. Guitarist-mandolinist Aaron Davis is rock solid on his solos and offers some of the set’s finest originals.” ~Planet Jackson Hole Weekly
(Independently Released, ASCAP)
All songs written by Aaron Davis, except “Windy Grass” by Justin Fantl.
Produced by Aaron Davis & Marshall Davis.
Aaron Davis Lead vocals, acoustic & electric guitar
With Justin Fantl (bass), Brad Jezek (drums), Jason Fritts (alto, tenor and baritone sax), Matt Kramer (piano, organ, synthesizer, turntable)
And special guests Sarah Nelson (vocals), Janie O’Shei (flute), Barry Lewis (percussion)
Press “Known for lush grooves encompassing a variety of musical styles from jazz to funk to reggae, their first album won’t disappoint their following. At once ethereal, gritty and funky, Transcend brings to mind certain cuts by Beck and Phish. The defining characteristic is texture. Though its totem plant would be sagebrush, Transcend is a rainforest of sound.” ~Planet Jackson Hole Weekly
“Transcend takes the listener to all parts of globe, in all sorts of wild places.” ~Jackson Hole News & Guide
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