Keeley Davis

Alternative rock, Guitarist

1976 –

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Who is Keeley Davis?

Keeley Davis is an American rock musician and graphic designer from Richmond, Virginia.

He was the primary lead singer of the band Engine Down, in which he also played guitar. He was also in the band Denali with his sister, Maura Davis. He played bass and synthesizer.

Engine Down disbanded after a farewell tour in 2005, and Davis joined Sparta as lead guitarist. Davis has since recollaborated with Maura in the ambient indie-rock side-project Glös, formed by him and former Engine Down drummer Cornbread Compton. Their debut album, Harmonium, was released in April 2007 on Lovitt Records. As of 2009, he is working with new band, Heks Orkest, which features longtime collaborators, Jonathon Fuller and Cam DiNinzio.

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Born
Jan 4, 1976
Also known as
  • Davis, Keeley
Nationality
  • United States of America
Profession

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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