Scotland-born piano and accordion player Jan Davis became among Australia’s best folksingers from the 1970s, ’80s, and early ’90s. An exceptionally flexible performer, she sang Australian folk music with the Crimson Brick Bush Music group and a cappella with Beltane, explored an eclectic selection of folk music using the Wayfarers, and distributed a duo, Prickly Pear, with vocalist/songwriter Tony Mls for eight years. Davis also made an appearance using the six-woman group Tangled Internet as well as the quartet Kintra (distributed to Terry Jacob, Phil Dark brown, and Jim Rules of Kitchener’s Privates), and provides collaborated with John Colville of Scotch Broth, Gerry Farrell and Terry Jacob of Dark Velvet, and Pamela Gallagher of Fling Thing. Delivered in Dundee, Scotland, Davis transferred to Australia with her parents in 1973. Attracted to the folk music that she noticed as an adolescent, she became a dynamic person in the Folk Center in Brisbane. Davis still left Australia in 1997 to pursue a profession as an internationally known performer.