"Innate Intelligence... Nuanced Matters of the Heart"

Aside from his innate intelligence, Davis writes with emotional insight and a sensitivity that sets him apart. One of the best examples of this is ‘Save Me the Rose,’ a beauty, performed here by Karen Mason (produced by Paul Rolnick), ‘… I see you in every thing/The winters are much too cold… I’ll make new friends/maybe live near the sea.’ Such aching heartbreak offers a hopeful message of moving on. This is typical of Davis’ natural passion for the emotion that comes with loss. The same goes for ‘Someone Else’s Eyes’ sung by Robert Cuccioli. Again, a lost love is explored with a positive awareness that is palpable. This is Davis’ calling card in nuanced matters of the heart.
— John Hoglund, Cabaret Scenes
Tony Howell