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"...the next generation of pure, unadulterated Blues Rock. This is only the beginning for this remarkable trio..."

-Rock & Blues Muse


Formed in 2017 and hailing from Pompano Beach, Florida, Shaw Davis & The Black Ties feature an incendiary fusion of Progressive Hard Rock and Roots Rock that embodies the soul found within Blues Rock icons of the 60s and 70s.  Building a reputation for blistering club and festival performances after relentless touring throughout the U.S., the trio is one tocommand the attention of any crowd put before them.

Dubbed as one of the "Top 50 Rock & Blues Artists You Must Hear In 2019" and "75 Modern Blues Rock Artists You Must Hear in 2021" by Rock & Blues Muse, Shaw Davis & The Black Ties teamed up with Grammy Award-winner Paul Nelson (known for his work with Johnny Winter) to record Red Sun Rebellion, released on Sony Orchard. The record unleashes a pioneering blend of retro soundscapes with modern Hard Rock progressivism, critically acclaimed as real, high-velocity rock music that can trade blows with any band in history.  

Released in the fall of 2018, the band's second album Tales From The West was nominated for three Independent Blues Music awards and debuted at #20 on the RMR Blues Rock chart.  The power trio has become a mainstay on the national club circuit and have performed alongside the likes of Eric Gales, Walter Trout, Samantha Fish, Blackberry Smoke, Albert Castiglia, The Guess Who, Bishop Gunn, and Blue Oyster Cult.

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" of the most explosive contemporary Blues Rock trios to emerge on to today's music scene." 
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"...a three man wrecking crew that infuse the Blues with Hard Rock to gratifying effect." 

-The Rock Doctor

"...a powerhouse trio who play blistering Blues Rock with titanic intensity.  We are certain we will be hearing more of Shaw Davis & The Black Ties over the coming years..." 

-Blues Matters UK


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