Kirk Davis

Kirk Davis singerCAN HE PERFORM?
What a question to ask of an entertainer who has devoted so many years working solidly in the business of pleasing crowds.

Whether those crowds are fickle pub or club patrons or a room full of 500 party-goers for a wedding or convention, Mr Kirk Davis can, will and does captivate that audience.

After more than 7000 performances, Kirk is possibly the best known one-man-band covering Sydney Metropolitan & Western suburbs, the South Coast and Highlands areas where he has endeared himself to audiences of all ages.

Kirk Davis is one of the enduring members of the entertainment industry. He has done it all; from fronting popular 70’s rock bands “Jade” and “Room Service” , to duo work until finally settling on a solo or one-man-band format. The gamble paid off when Kirk took the plunge to go it alone and his calendar, averaging five and six nights a week booked well in advance, is testimony to his enormous talent.

Few musicians can boast the multi-faceted musicianship of Kirk Davis.

Not only is he an accomplished pianist, guitarist and keyboard player, he is also pretty handy with a harmonica and is a very dynamic vocalist, incorporate all of these elements with his songwriting skills and his technical ability to add computerised backing to his music and you certainly have a virtual orchestra rolled into one man on stage.

When Kirk is not on stage performing, he is constantly busy in his studio preparing his shows, adding new material or writing his original songs. Kirk released a solo album: a self financed project of 11 songs entitled “It’s Tough At The Bottom”, and there is a promise of another album project in the near future.

With well over 600 songs from the classics of every era, Kirk is bound to play something for everyone in his stage presentation. He is constantly adding to his repertoire with songs requested by his audiences, so a return engagement usually ensures that special song is played.

Weddings, of course are Kirk’s specialty and his services are very much in demand for these very special functions, where Kirk entertains the guests from their arrival with dinner music right through to rock n roll and dance music and the final departures.

Song List:

A Horse With No Name – America
A Love Worth Waiting For – Shakin’Stevens
All My Loving – The Beatles
Back In The U.S.S.R – The Beatles
Boot ScoKirk Davis, Singer, Guitarist, Songwriterotin’ Boogie – Brooks & Dunn
Copperhead Road – Steve Earl
Could I Have This Dance – Anne Murray
Don’t Stop – Fleetwood Mac
Down On The Corner – Creedence Clearwater
Down Under – Men At Work
Dreamin’ – Cliff Richard
Get Down – Gilbert O’Sullivan
Gimme Some Lovin’ – The Spencer Davis Group
Harley & Rose – The Black Sorrows
Hit The Road Jack – Ray Charles
How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) – James Taylor
House Of The Rising Sun – The Animals
I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues – Elton John
I Got You – Split Enz
I Hate The Music – J.P.Y
I Knew The Bride When She Used To Rock & Roll – Nick Lowe
It’s Not Unusual – Tom Jones
It’s Now Or Never – Elvis Presley
It’s Raining Again – Supertramp
Jack & Diane – John Mellancamp
Just The Way You Are – Billy Joel
Khe Sanh – Cold Chisel
King Of The Road – Roger Miller
Knock Three Times – Tony Orlando & Dawn
Let Go – Brian Cadd
Let It Be – The Beatles
Let Me Be There – Olivia Newton-John
Livin’ La Vida Loca – Ricky Martin
Living Next Door To Alice – Dr. Hook
Locomotion – Kylie Minogue
Mama Mia – ABBA
Mambo Rock – Bill Haley & The Comets
Margaritaville – Jimmy Buffet
Me & You And A Dog Named Boo – Lobo
Message To My Girl – Split Enz
Needles And Pins – The Searchers
Neon Moon – Brooks & Dunn
New York New York – Frank Sinatra
Nightshift – The Commodores
Nights In White Satin – The Moody Blues
No Matter What – Badfinger
No Particular Place To Go – Chuck Berrry
One Man Band – Leo Sayer
Only 16 Dr. Hook
Only The Good Die Young – Billy Joel
R.O.C.K In The U.S.A – John Mellancamp
Radar Love – Golden Earring
Rainy Night – Eddie Rabbit
Rattled – The Traveling Wilburys
Rave On – Buddy Holly
Running On Empty – Jackson Browne
Run To Paradise – Choirboys
Sandman – America
Satisfaction – The Rolling Stones
Saturday In The Park – Chicago
Saturday Night’s Alright For Fighting – Elton John
Somebody’s Crying – Chris Isaak
Something So Strong – Crowded House
Something To Talk About – Bonnie Raitt
Summer Holiday – Cliff Richard
Summer Of ‘69 – Bryan Adams
Summertime Blues – Eddie Cochrane
Sunny Afternoon – The Kinks
Superstition – Stevie Wonder
Tennessee Waltz – Patti Page
The Logical Song – Supertramp
Too Many Times – Mental As Anything
Top Of The World – The Carpenters
Tuesday’s Dead – Cat Stevens
Wastin’ Time With You – Carlene Carter
Waterloo – ABBA
Way Out West – James Blundell & James Reyne
Wear My Ring Around Your Neck – Elvis Presley
We Are The Champions – Queen
Who Can It Be Now? – Men At Work
Who Listens To The Radio – The Sports
Who’ll Stop The Rain – Creedence Clearwater Revival
Y.M.C.A – The Village People
You May Be Right – Billy Joel
and much more

More recently Kirk Davis has added Trivia nights to his range of services – a guaranteed fun night out for the thinking (or maybe non thinking) person.

  • Kirk Davis IS a workaholic
  • Kirk Davis IS the consummate professional
  • Kirk Davis IS a unique talent
  • Kirk Davis IS definitely a crowd pleaser
  • Kirk Davis IS a first rate entertainer

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