Mark Davis (Canadian Musician)
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Mark Davis Canadian Musician
Mark Davis is a Canadian singer-songwriter from Edmonton, Alberta. He is most noted for his 2011 album Eliminate the Toxins, which was a longlisted nominee for the 2012 Polaris Music Prize.
Originally associated with the alternative country band Old Reliable, he released two concurrent solo albums, Mistakes I Meant to Make and Don't You Think We Should Be Closer?, in 2007.Eliminate the Toxins followed in 2011; 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.
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.
- ^ a b "Mark Davis Talks New Album, Eclectic Side-Projects". Exclaim!, June 8, 2011.
- ^ "Edmonton's Mark Davis makes Polaris Prize long list". Edmonton Journal, June 14, 2012.
- ^ "Mark Davis: Eliminate the Toxins". Exclaim!, May 28, 2011.
- ^ "Mark Davis: Don't You Think We Should Be Closer? / Mistakes I Meant To Make". Exclaim!, June 20, 2007.
- ^ "'Have Not Been the Same' Book Spawns Covers Comp Featuring Kevin Drew, the Hidden Cameras, Great Lake Swimmers, Bry Webb". Exclaim!, November 14, 2011.
- ^ "Edmonton's Concealer a musical odd couple that clicks". Calgary Herald, September 1, 2015.