The Sally Davis Trio was formed out of a mutual love for playing jazz. Our repertoire is centered around the rich harmonies of the best in classic jazz. We create many textures in our music through the use of acoustic and electric piano sounds, bass, tenor and alto saxophones, flute and jazz vocals. We entertain in small clubs and hotels, as well as at large private functions such as weddings, corporate events and music festivals. We promise to bring sophistication and a swinging groove to any setting.
Sally Davis - piano and vocals
Sally Davis is a jazz musician and educator from Portland, Maine. She graduated from William James College with a BA in Expressive Arts, concentrating on music and dance.  

She has performed as a pianist, percussionist and singer in the Portland area for the past 20 years. Prior to creating her jazz trio, Sally Davis Trio, she played piano and sang with Maine's all-women big band, The Edith Jones Project. In addition to performing as a soloist, and with her trio, Sally teaches piano at her private studio in South Portland.

Brian Plourde - saxophones, flute
Brian plays soprano, alto and tenor saxophones, and flute.   He has performed with many different groups in the Portland area for the past 25 years.  

He has recorded with several artists including Rick Charrette, Dwight Herdrick and Gary Richardson.  Brian holds a B.A. in professional music and performance from Berklee College of Music in Boston and studied saxophone under George Garzone, and Joe Viola... also has pursued technical studies in business, computer networking, database design and administration. Brian is currently playing in the Sally Davis Trio and lives in South Portland.

Ken Lloyd - bass
Ken plays upright bass as well as fretless electric basses. He has played in quality music groups of different styles in the Portland area for 25 years, with a jazz focus in recent years. He plays in Sally Davis Trio, Victory Swing Band, and leads Coast Jazz.

Ken studied music theory at the University of Maryland before switching to computer-related studies at colleges in Boston and Maine. He holds M.A. and B.S. degrees. He is an active contributor to the Maine Jazz Alliance, serving on the board of directors. In addition to jazz interests, he is interested in photography and kayaking.



Portland Museum of Art, March 2008
(photos courtesy of JoEllen Blanchard)