Alana Davis is an American singer-songwriter known for her soulful and eclectic musical style. Born on May 6, 1974, in New York City, Davis gained recognition in the late 1990s with her debut album “Blame It on Me,” released in 1997. The album featured the hit single “32 Flavors,” a cover of Ani DiFranco’s song, which helped Davis garner mainstream attention. Her music blends elements of folk, rock, and R&B, showcasing her distinctive voice and thoughtful songwriting.
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