Charleston Music Hall & Ear for Music Present:
RESCHEDULED: Patrick Davis & His Midnight Choir
Thu · October 25, 2018
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pmCharleston Music Hall
Individual - $20 | Student - $15
Due to the threat of Hurricane Florence, the Patrick Davis & His Midnight Choir show originally scheduled for Friday, Sept. 14th has be rescheduled for Thursday, Oct. 25th. Patrons are encouraged to hang on to their original tickets as these will be honored for the new date. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause and look forward to seeing you at the rescheduled date.
After graduating from The University of South Carolina in 2000 Patrick moved to Nashville, TN where for almost 15 years he has continued to build his songwriting, artist and touring career. Patrick has released four well received full length albums, toured the US & Europe as both a headliner & support act for Darius Rucker, Jewel & others while also being employed as a staff writer for Warner Chappell Music Publishing & having over 50 songs recorded by artist like Jimmy Buffet, Lady Antebellum, Imelda May, Darius Rucker, Jewel, Robert Randolph, Guy Clark and many more.
Patrick’s “Patrick Davis & Midnight Choir” is an 11-piece band featuring horns & background singers created by PD in early 2016 from both his own artistic vision & the soundscapes of his songwriting & performing heroes Van Morrison, Lyle Lovett & Bruce Springsteen. Davis borrowed the name “Midnight Choir” from a line in one of his favorite Leonard Cohen songs “Bird On a Wire” & since his eleven-piece outfit starting playing dates Davis & “His Midnight Choir” have witnessed growing congregations across the Southeast.
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Charleston, South Carolina, 29403