JazzLife...about Beauty and The Blues "penetrates, poetic, takes your breath away"

JazzJapan.."Jon Davis is the ultimate story teller"

Dave Liebman.."From Tatum to McCoy (a natural extension of course), but also
some Bill and Herbie thrown compliments"

JAZZTIMES..."Wonderfully imaginative, intuitive trio"

ALLABOUTJAZZ...."Fiery soloist"

MUSICIAN MAGAZINE...."Standards Zone has the distinct air of genius"

ALLABOUTJAZZ...."Jon Davis is the all-around veteran pianist with great technique and empathy that fits in with what is going on. He also took some impressive solos, making him a versatile asset to any band"

JAZZIZ..."Simply damn good"

Peter Landsdowne..."For audience members who had yet to hear the album, last night's real surprise must have been pianist Jon Davis. Last night, Davis sounded shaped by keyboardists that had played with Miles Davis, pianists like Bill Evans, Herbie Hancock, and Chick Corea in their acoustic piano incarnations, and even Red Garland. Davis revealed his Bill Evans influence on Henry Mancini's 'The Days of Wine and Roses", thanks to some distinctive chord voicings and several lengthy filigrees in his solo on this tune"

The Real Paper...'Davis was great, swinging all over the melody and juggling tempos effortlessly"

San Francisco Chronicle..."Davis is a technical monster whose often percussive approach to both electric and acoustic pianos abounded in rhythmic and harmonic surprise"

San Francisco Examiner..."Davis is a superp pianist-fine technique, innovative ideas and a sense of the dramatic"

Washington Post...."Dashing and dramatic improvisations"

Jaco..."Jon is my...third favorite pianist...after Joe(Zawinal), and Herbie(Hancock)"

Herbie Hancock.."nice touch"

Dave Kikoski..."Jon is one of my favorite pianists on the scene today"