A talented and advanced jazz violinist, Emery Davis has received some acknowledgement for his Accurate recordings. His grandfather was the culture bandleader Meyer Davis and his dad takes on clarinet. Davis started on violin when he was four and discovered classical music in the Manhattan College of Music. In Boston, he analyzed with Jerry Bergonzi. After documenting his debut recording, Dante’s Blues, Davis relocated to Paris, although he came back towards the U.S. in 1993 to be able to record Sauce.