She comes by her love for music very naturally, thanks to musical parents and a childhood soundtrack that featured frequent jams and a heavy rotation of all-time classics on her dad’s stereo. Her earthy vocals and soulful sound echo Janis Joplin and Cary Ann Hearst, but her lyrical narratives are all her own and make for a performance you won’t soon forget. ”

— Katie Marti

She’s made a mark in the BC music community playing coffee houses, house concerts and pubs. For Maggie, recording an album is long overdue. For the eight years or so that I’ve know her, I can’t count how many times I’ve heard people ask, “When are you going to come out with an album, Maggie?” Well, she’s finally done it. She’s putting her music and voice out to the wider world. Her debut, acoustic and roots album, Denim Blues, will be released later in September 2019. It features five hand-picked songs from her last five years of songwriting. It was recorded by Shawn Stephenson at Becoming Sound in Ymir, BC and features three tracks with Steve Brockley. It’s captivating, intimate, and soulfully Maggie. Her compelling voice has aptly been described as “the voice of an angel hit by a Whiskey truck.” With this voice, and her gregarious personality, Maggie is a people magnet. To illustrate this point, I’ll give an example. She was at my home last weekend, and we were rehearsing for a shared gig. My neighbour, with whom I’ve had little personal interaction since moving into my home four years ago, suddenly heard Maggie singing and invited us over for dinner. That’s the Maggie effect. ” - Doris Folkens

Roots Music Canada

....with a voice like an angel run over by a whiskey truck. ”

— Kootenay rocks

Her stellar, wholesome vocals bring a wonderful energy to the room, bound to captivate and turn ears, with her repertoire of folk/singer-songwriter originals, amongst an array of uniquely approached covers.   ”

— Sunnybrae Community Association

A self-proclaimed folk music harmony junkie, Davis admits she usually loves to bring other musical friends on stage with her.”

Melissa Jameson - Revelstoke Times Review

... the lesser-known Maggie Davis surprised the crowd with soulful renditions of “Whiter Shade of Pale” and “Me and Bobby McGee.”

Katie Findlay - Revelstoke Times Review