Hello There.

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My name is John Tron Davidson, and I am a musician, writer, radio presenter and bloke.

In the last 30 years I have performed in choirs, bands, as a solo performer in both the acoustic, electric, and noise fields, hosted open mics, sold headstones, presented radio broadcasts, written reviews, collected dragons, travelled the world and done my laundry.

Right now I present The Way Of Things  on Phonic FM with my buddy Dragon, every friday from 4-6pm, which is ace. I play guitar and sing for Light City Mission and The Lifted Chalice, as well as rapping in Asshole Butler.

On this blog you will find all my collected works, from as many bands as I’ve recorded with, along with reviews I’ve written, both for myself and Fortitude Magazine, as well as essays on topics like mental illness, something about which I am deeply passionate.

If you want to get in touch, please do so at johntrondavidson@gmail.com.

Enjoy.

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Lifer musician, writer, radio presenter, depression sufferer and reasonable chap. Guitarist/vocalist for Light City Mission, Strange Deeds, and The Lifted Chalice, presenter of The Way Of Things (www.mixcloud.com/thewayofthings), champion of equality, understanding, and people under 5'8". Instagram/Twitter: mrjohntron

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