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Paige Davis

Paige Davis is a 21 year old singer/songwriter that is quickly making a name for herself in the New England Country music scene. She was named Country Act of the Year at the 2017 New England Music Awards.  Her first two singles "Better" and "Insane" (recorded in Nashville) have been featured on Boston radio stations Country 102.5, 101.7 The Bull iHeart Radio, Mix 104.1 CBS Radio and Frank 106.3. More recently, Paige released her newest single in late 2021, titled "In Good Spirits," inspired by college life, which she has since graduated from in 2022. 

In November 2016, Paige performed to a standing room only crowd at Boston's famed Loretta's Last Call in support of her first single "Better." Since then, she has been performing originals all across the country- most notably and most recently- in her new city of Nashville, Tennessee. Though she only officially made the move in October 2022, Paige has hit the ground running, playing writer's rounds multiple nights a week from the first week she moved, and co-writing almost 5 days a week.  Paige has played at venues such as Live Oak, Tin Roof on Demonbreun St, Winners Bar and Grill (for a Whiskey Jam-run round), where she has shared the stage with hit songwriters. Paige often volunteers to perform at fundraisers including one for Musician's on Call- which she has been an active member for years- and more recently for St Jude. 

Paige opened the Lady Antebellum You Look Good World Tour at Bank of NH Pavilion with Kelsea Ballerini and Brett Young.  Also at the Bank of NH Pavilion, she opened for Keith Urban, and Little Big Town. She also shared the stage with Frankie Ballard, Michael Ray and William Michael Morgan at the New England Country Music Festival in August.  Paige opened for Josh Turner and Morgan Evans at Indian Ranch. She opened for Lee Ann Womack at The Bull Run in Shirley.

Paige has won numerous awards from the New England Country Music Organization including the prestigious Best Female Vocalist and Horizon New Artist Award.  


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Paige Davis, 16, proved she might be the next Taylor Swift with her country twang and radio pop friendly tune. Her song "Better" about an unrequited love prompted Dioguardi to tell Davis how "important it is to come from a place of truth."
-Kara DioGuardi review in Seacoast Online, Oct 11 2016

"At age 15, Paige was invited to headline for the first time as the featured artist for B&M music showcase. “Paige, the youngest of the lineup but by no means out of her depth. This young lady brings it! With skill and confidence beyond her years, her presence is captivating. The audience became mesmerized as she sang. Her sultry vocals caressed our ears while calming energy permeated the room. We sat spellbound with wonderment and awe. She connected with us and we connected with her.” – Michael Maxwell, BMM Music.

"To my friends programming Country stations, you might wanna play this one. This is one of my favorite "Christmas songs" and I've never heard a cover that did the song justice, until this."
- Matthew Reid, DJ Mix 104.1 Boston regarding Paige's cover of The Pretenders "2000 Miles"




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