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article imageReview: Brad Davis shines on new bluegrass-gospel album 'Walk on Faith' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Aug 19, 2013 in Entertainment
Singer-songwriter Brad Davis released his newest bluegrass-gospel studio album “Walk on Faith” via his label, BlueGrass Valley Records.
He was awarded the 2012 “Texas Studio Musician of the Year” and he has worked with such classic country artists as Willie Nelson, the late Earl Scruggs, Emmylou Harris, Marty Stuart, Dwight Yoakam, Pam Tillis, among countless others.
He co-wrote eight out of the nine songs on the CD and he produced this project.
It opens with the upbeat Christian tune “Road to Emmaus” and it is followed by “Down Every Dark Turn” and the soothing “Way Beyond This Life,” the latter of which showcases his wide range and has a sound that is reminiscent of “Will The Circle Be Unbroken.”
His instrumental prowess is displayed on “Hell Fire” and “God Amazes Me” is an inspirational ballad.
Equally impressive vocals are “Never Give The Devil A Ride,” as well as “Black Sheep” and the uplifting title cut “Walk on Faith.”
It closes with the acoustic yet compelling vocal “The Very Voice of God.”
The Verdict
Brad Davis’ new CD “Walk on Faith” is extremely well-done. He possesses one of the finest male voices in the bluegrass and gospel genres of music since Dan Tyminski. This nine-track collection is a real treat.
For more information on Texas musician Brad Davis, visit his official website.
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