With her poignant voice and blunt lyrics, her power chord filled riffs give her fans a positive way to channel their deepest emotions. Davidica’s original music is a reflection of her own life mantra, "Speak your truth.". Her live performances have been described as "Electrifying",-Rockwired Magazine. Her first single release, "Inside My Head" made it to #2 on the National Aboriginal Music Countdown Top 40. She already has airplay at various Native stations across the United States and in Canada. Davidica has been a featured artist on Native America Calling for her debut performance with the Women of The Four Winds Tour. A multi-talented dynamo, she is already a well known photographer, whose photographs are on display in the Smithsonian at NMAI DC. Davidica was featured in the nationally aired documentary "For The Generations" as well as several other short films. Davidica is also the co-creator of the Independence Through Music project on the Pine Ridge Reservation which teaches talented young musicians on her reservation the skills necessary to become working musicians. Davidica has performed at various events such as the Roasting of Ears Festival, Artifest, All My Relations Stage, Music 4 Life Concerts, the KTAO Solar Center, the West Coast Native American Music Awards Show 2014 and all three years of the Black Hills Unity Concert. Davidica is the recipient of the Best Alternative Rock Artist at the West Coast Native American Music Awards 2014. The performance of her original song, "U Trust Who," at the awards was the highlight of the show. Davidica has toured the Southwest with fellow Heavy Metal Rock band, Uncommon Knowledge on the "Resist Conformity" tour.
My songwriting and music are my outlet for emotions that I usually keep to myself. I have some songs I’ve written that are stories told to me by others so I could put them to music. I love the fact that my songs are a little bit of my soul to bare surrounded by music.
I want to perform and connect with as many audiences as possible to reciprocate good energy and journeys.
Bringing awareness of the struggle of the grassroots people in this world and showing people that every one of us matters. That we each have the ability to help in any whatever capacity we can to bring positive changes to humanity.
Lacrimosa Requiem- Mozart The fact that he wrote his own death song connects with my Lakota blood as we too write our own death songs.
Nirvana, Nine Inch Nails, Leonard Sumner, Elks Whistle Singers, Marilyn Manson, Buckcherry, Janice Joplin, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Etta James, Prince, U2 and others.
The need to expel emotions, messages and stories through song and lyrics.
Music is the gift of immortality of the times and people through history. Our music is the stories we leave for our descendants, for the future.
I honestly feel understood and acceptance. My audiences have always been super supportive and engaged. I’m truly blessed and grateful.
I see it as an ever evolving struggle to balance creative expression with making a living doing what we love. I believe learning to market and learn the business of music will help artists to take themselves more seriously which will in turn aide in our goal of sharing our music with the world.
I’m new here but already I see the difference in space and vibes. Im impressed.
Figuring out cost effective options for merch and finding reliable lists for booking opportunities.
Yes I do. I’m part of a beautiful local music community. We all communicate with each other and help each other with everything from creating events to watching the door at our shows. I really love all the amazing talent in my local music scene.
Personally I think passion for what you do shines through and perseverance when it comes to promoting yourself. I know it’s awkward to brag yourself up but shows that you’re in it for the long haul. Fans appreciate that stability.
Purple Honey, Calling Corners, Mary Chaos, Leonard Sumner, Derek Miller, Keith Secola, Uncommon Knowledge, Ghostsong Elogy.