The material that makes up "True Drew" mirrors the mission of the man. Beginning with the infectious "My Guitar" that is ignited by a spirit-raising guitar and celestial vocal hook, Davidsen ventures onto "95 South" in search of an energetic exploration, brazenly allowing the music – jazz, R&B, blues and adult pop - to be his guide. Riffing adventurously throughout, he gives a "Hi5" to his traveling companions on the album, an accomplished lot that boasts Bobby Lyle, Eric Marienthal, Bob Baldwin, Gerald Veasley, and the Temptations' Ron Tyson. When life forces him to take risks ("Double or Nothin'"), he pauses for reflection ("All Night and Forever" and a brooding, New Age-y take on the classic hymnal "All Creatures") before arriving at the "Sweet Spot" where he encounters love ("I'm Into You," "I Can't Help It" and "Give Me Your Heart"). A man of faith who devotes his time and a portion of the proceeds from all music sales to charitable endeavors such as Ghanaian Mother's Hope (www.GMHope.org), Davidsen ultimately remains true to the path to "Do Right" and "Change The World." In fact, he's currently encouraging people to make healthier choices in the New Year via The 30-Day Wellness Challenge (www.30DayWellnessChallenge.com).