Joshua Davis Makes an Appearance at Sonic Lunch

. August 1, 2016.
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Joshua Davis, third place finisher from Season 8 of The Voice, NBC’s televised reality singing competition, comes to town with over a decade of Michigan touring experience. An MSU grad with an affinity for folk, Davis hasn’t let his notoriety go to his head, remaining humble and teaching music workshops across the country. Even with 15 years of touring experience behind him and with his name recently in the spotlight, he’s pushing ahead with work on a new album this fall.

Thursday, August 2 | Noon
Sonic Lunch | 255 E. Liberty Plaza | Free

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