Jon Davidson is an alternative indie/electronic/pop artist from Portland. In addition to his solo career, Jon is the frontman for the alt/pop band Crown Point and, formerly, the hard rock band Silversafe. In addition, he has released two solo albums in the past three years, and is releasing a third in April 2013, Tip of the Iceberg. Jon's songs have spun on over 275 FM stations. He has been honored to share the stage with all kinds of artists, from Puddle Of Mudd to Matt White, from Saliva to Tyrone Wells, from Nonpoint to Brendan James, from Powerman 5000 to SafetySuit, from The Hush Sound to Andrew Belle. Jon has toured in 45 US states, six Canadian provinces, and five countries.
Davidson has produced albums worldwide for singer-songwriters, hard rock bands, and everything in between. He has cowritten songs with 604 Records' Jeff Johnson (Nickelback, Default) and former Sony Australia artist Russell Stafford. He has tried to co-write with his cat Minisaurus. It didn't work.
Jon has appeared in Entertainment Weekly and on E! Television. Jon's music has appeared in everything from MTV shows to Fendi and Burgerville compilation albums to several feature films.
Jon is the author of a book, Of Bombs And Blackberries. One critic calls it "the only guide to life you will ever need." That critic happens to be Jon himself. Jon is also the author of the blog Rhetorock.
Jon grew up in Michigan, lived in Israel, Austria, and Russia, and now calls Portland, Oregon home.