Mark Davis (Canadian Musician)
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Mark Davis Canadian Musician

Mark Davis is a Canadian singer-songwriter from Edmonton, Alberta.[1] He is most noted for his 2011 album Eliminate the Toxins, which was a longlisted nominee for the 2012 Polaris Music Prize.[2]

Originally associated with the alternative country band Old Reliable,[3] he released two concurrent solo albums, Mistakes I Meant to Make and Don't You Think We Should Be Closer?, in 2007.[4]Eliminate the Toxins followed in 2011;[1] in the same year, Davis and Lorrie Matheson collaborated on a cover of Deja Voodoo's "Too Cool to Live, Too Smart to Die" for the first Have Not Been the Same charity compilation.[5]

Since the release of Eliminate the Toxins, Davis has collaborated with Sean Picard in the synthpop duo Concealer, who released their debut album feted:fetid in 2015.[6]


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