Mandy Davis

We met and made a wonderful set of new friends, no more like family, at Fort Mims in Alabama.  This was a gathering of folks who reenact history in period dress using everyday things from the past.  Mandy sang an old “torch song” that you’ve just got to hear.  I had a great time capturing this pure and beautiful voice.  Now close your eyes and let her take you to another place and time.  

4 thoughts on “Mandy Davis”

  1. I so love this!!!! I love Mandy’s voice! It feels so peaceful and sounds like what I imagine a sage would sound singing. Encore encore!!!

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