Nick Jonah Davis is a solo instrumental guitarist based in rural Derbyshire. Wire magazine have described his music as 'visionary stuff', while Dusted note that '...he invites the listener into a world bounded by the resonance of his tunings and the vividness of his evolving melodies'. Nick has released four albums to date including House of Dragons, Split Electric (with C Joynes), and Of Time and Tides. He was also featured on the fourth volume of Tompkins Square's ongoing guitar compilation, Imaginational Anthem, and their tribute album to Michael Chapman, Oh Michael, Look What You've Done.
Live, Nick has shared bills with performers including James Blackshaw, Michael Chapman, Cath and Phil Tyler. Richard Dawson and Alasdair Roberts. He also performed a concert at the 10th Annual New York Guitar Festival alongside legendary folklorist Max Ochs. Nick's music has been played by BBC DJs including Stewart Maconie, Mark Radcliffe, Tom Robinson and Nick Luscombe… Nick continues to write and record new music, both as a solo artist and in the duo Fains, who opened the 2015 Supersonic festival.