Since he first drew a bow across the strings of a violin at 12 years old, he's performed for Occasions such as Barack Obama's Presidential Campaign and Inaugural Ball, Oprah Winfrey's host of honoring Essence Magazine Susan Taylor, and at Jessie Jackson's birthday party to name a few. Raised in Charleston, South Carolina, Davis graduated from that city's esteemed School of the Arts in 2007, immediately setting off on a nationwide tour with T-Bone Ministries.
A seasoned entertainer at just 22 years old, Davis is equally comfortable performing for an audience of 50,000 at the University of South Carolina's Williams-Brice Stadium as he is playing at his family's church on Sunday. He's studied at New York's Juillard School of Music, won the U.S. Air Force's Wide Talent Search competition, and his fiddle-laden remix of Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech has contributed to regular invitations to perform throughout the country at special events. He's been a featured artist at the Charleston's Spoleto USA and MOJA Arts festivals opening for Lala Hathaway and Nije. He was a favored for opening for Jazz and Gospel Concerts for Ben Tankard, Kim Waters, Marion Meadows, to name a few. He was a Special highlighted Artist on B.E.T. 106&Park and Apollo Gospel Winner.
This year Daniel D. is scheduled to Headline his on Jazz Concert in his town. Despite his successes, he remains a humble young man. "Every opportunity to play offers new enlightenment and a chance to learn," says Davis, who often lends out instruments and teaches lessons to peers. "I love performing and I love playing - period