JOHN DAVIES was an exceptional trombone player in Niagara Falls who had a style that was developed through dedicated work with area concert, philharmonic, jazz and rock groups.
John played the trombone, sang back-up vocals and was the business manager for the 1970’s band “All About” with fellow talented musicians John Davis, Tom Greco, Dom Mitro, Tony Nastasi, Eddie Urso, Mario Quaglia and Willie Favero. They were a very funky horn group that played all around Western New York. Their wide range repertoire included the sounds of Tower of Power, Earth Wind and Fire, Kool& The Gang, The Average White Band, Chicago and Blood Sweat and Tears. For many years John steadily worked with Tony and Mario logging thousands of hours on stage together.