An Enchanting Evening with Guy Davis Blue’s Singer and Guitarist

ImageReturning to work last Monday after a full Winter vacation week spent happily creating in my studio was hard. As I settled into the daily routine, our school’s orchestra teacher sailed by my desk and said: “Suzanne, we’re going to a concert this weekend in Windsor, your husband likes the blues doesn’t he?”. Quickly Ellen explained her husband was of fan of blues musician Guy Davis-son of actor Ozzie Davis, and had found-through a fluke that the famed guitarist-who once performed in front of the Queen Mum was performing at North Park right here in little ole’ Windsor Connecticut! Last night Ellen and her actor husband Peter and talented musician-son Morgan came up to Windsor and after a bountiful meal at the Tunxis Grill we headed to North Park.

Mr. Davis is not only an accomplished musician-(banjo, vocals, guitar)-but a talented raconteur, he’s also very witty and an impish mimic. We felt blessed for the opportunity to be at his concert and for only $20.00 which included dessert-provided by new Windsor Bakery “Half Baked” and coffee. For more information on North Park Concerts click here: NorthPark.


About suzanneurban

ABOUT MOI: I was born in San Francisco, California to highly intelligent parents, and my sister is pretty darn smart too. It's unclear if I inherited the smart genes. I graduated with a B.A. in Art from Marymount College Over a couple of decades, I illustrated and designed for newspapers, greeting card companies, in corporate graphic departments and publishing empires. I reside with my antique dealer husband and two house rabbits in a the third oldest home in Connecticut–(honest!-no ghosts-bummer). My husband will be joining ETSY with his own shop called: "VintageUrban" soon. ARTIST STATEMENT: I seek to amuse. When I come up with something more profound I'll put it in here. KUDOS: Over the years my work in various forms has been published in: NYTimes, DollWorld, Contemporary Doll Collector, Doll Castle News, SCBWI magazine, Color! magazine, Jane Green's Down to Earth Blog, Doll World, Scholastics, Westport Magazine, Mail Me Art, and more. In 2007 I was invited to do something for the State Capitol's Holiday Tree by Governor Rell. I chose to needle felt a bear ornament rather than hang from the tree myself. I named him "Nutmeg" as Connecticut is the "Nutmeg" state. ASSOCIATIONS: I'm the founder of or Original Doll Artisans of Connecticut-we're on Facebook. I'm also a member of SCBWI-Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators. Licensing- my designs are finding favor with licensing clients my work will soon be seen on needlepoint canvases and gourmet ice cream labels. That's about it. Amusingly yours, Suzanne Search Engine Submission - AddMe
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