Jacob Davis’ debut single What I Wanna Be is now live on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon and Google Play!!
With the New Year comes a new and renewed excitement for what the next 12 months will bring for Jacob Davis and the guys, and for us as a fan group! A quick look back at 2016, month by month:
So something pretty cool happened. The Shreveport Times did a story on fans who travel to see artists, and one of the groups they featured was us!! This is leading up to Jacob’s hometown show this weekend at Festival Plaza in Shreveport. Continue reading “The Squad Gets Some Press!”
Drummer Caleb Allensworth got into the Twitter Chat party en route to a show on Feb. 19, so please read on to learn a little more about the man behind the drumset.
Before his show at Bourbon Street in Auburn, Ala., on Friday, Feb. 19, Jacob and Teddy sat down with the ladies of the radio show Cocky Country for a great interview that aired in pieces on their show throughout the week, along with several of Jacob’s songs!
Click below to listen to the 20 minute interview, which includes both quickfire and in-depth questions!
Bass guitarist and backup vocalist Teddy Christenberry did a Twitter Chat on Feb. 5 when the guys were between shows in Chicago. Coincidentally, this chat also took place the day after a series of Snapchats by Teddy (tchristenberry) showing Band Land, a magical place full of joy and beds (or a hotel room crammed with five guys loving life who push beds together to make a massive place for bouncing and rolling), so be prepared for a lot of questions about that. It was great gaining a little more insight into Teddy, so read on!
Even though he was fighting technical difficulties with his phone, guitarist Kevin Schuck joined in on a Twitter chat en route to the show at the Majestic Theatre in Madison, Wis., on Wednesday, Feb. 3. It was great to learn a little bit more about Kevin, so read on!
Country entertainment website Got Country Online sat down with Jacob at a coffee shop in Nashville after a huge snowstorm to talk about a wide range of topics.
It’s here! Produced by Cardboard Films, Jacob released an electronic press kit (EPK) to let audiences know a little bit more about himself and his guys in a behind-the-scenes video. In it, Jacob explains how he got into music, his views on being on the road and how important his band is to him.
Jacob was recently named one of 16 Artists To Look Out For In 2016 by entertainment website The Shotgun Seat, joining some already pretty big names!