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Thornetta Davis Band – Detroit’s Blues Queen

Natalie’s is thrilled to welcome to Columbus – Detroit’s Queen of the Blues Thornetta Davis – the Funky Rockin Blues Diva.

International singer, songwriter, recording artist, Thornetta Davis was awarded by the Detroit Blues Society the  “Living Lifetime Achievement Award” and awarded a star on the Canada South Blues Museum “Walk of Fame”.  In 2015 Thornetta was crowned “DETROIT’S QUEEN OF THE BLUES” by the Detroit Blues Society. She has performed with and opened for Bob Seger, Kid Rock, Blues Legends such as B.B. King, Ray Charles, Etta James, KoKo Taylor, Johnny Johnson, Bonnie Raitt and more.  Thornetta is a 8 time Blues Foundation  BLUES MUSIC AWARDS NOMINEE including two 2022 BMA nominations for Contemporary Blues artist female and Best instrumentalist Vocals.   As a winner of over 30 Detroit Music Awards. Thornetta received six 2018 DMA’s and has also won eight 2017 Detroit Music Awards for her latest album Honest Woman which include Outstanding Record Producer, Outstanding Blues Recording, Outstanding Blues Vocalist and Outstanding Live Performance. As winner of the 2017 Blues Blast Magazine Music Awards for “Best Soul/Blues Album, Big City Rhythm & Blues Magazine “Coolest Blues Song” Thornetta has garnered international attention by winning 2017 1st place in the INTERNATIONAL SONGWRITING COMPETITION (ISC) for “Best Blues Song” (I BELIEVE EVERYTHING IS GONNA BE ALRIGHT) and also receiving the prestigious French 2018 La Academie du Jazz Award for “Best Blues Album” for HONEST WOMAN. 

“In her first time performing at Monterey, Detroit’s Queen of the Blues, Thornetta Davis, sang with no-nonsense sass, fearless in her missives against lovers, as she preached the Blues” Down Beat, 2018 Monterey Jazz Festival review

Thornetta’s band:

Carlton Washington – Guitar 

Phillip Hale – Organ and Piano 

David Marcaccio – Drums

James C Anderson – Percussion 

Chuck Bartels- Bass

Food & Bar: Our full food and drink menu will be available before and during the show.

Date: Sunday, March 12

Time: 7:30 pm

Doors Open: 6:30 pm