Debuting with an earnest stab at alternative country-rock, singer/songwriter Patrick Davis was only in his early 20s when he documented his debut recording. Created in Tennessee but elevated in SC, he grew up by way of a blues guitarist and discovered an gratitude for origins music in early stages. Striking the small-town pub scene at age 17, Davis created his Americana-inspired music while starting for performers like Edwin McCain and Hootie & the Blowfish. He ultimately began touring the Southeast, growing his name as he documented and released an EP, The Demo. He spent an excellent part of 2002 within the studio, documenting his full-length debut with maker Mark Bryan.