Joey Davis, a first tenor, is a member of the Emmanuel Quartet, a group that had its beginnings when he and Tim Reutebuch began singing together in a male quartet at Highland Academy in Tennessee. Both he and Reutebuch, now joined by two more recent members, continue to make music with a quartet that sings a cappella religious music with barbershop-style harmony.
Davis was born in Dothan, Alabama. He started singing at age five and even at that early age demonstrated a sensitive ear for making harmony. From its beginning 21 years ago, he has been the Emmanuel Quartet's lead singer. While he has also performed as a soloist, the quartet has been the primary focus in his musical life.
Davis now resides in Maryland with his wife, Reiko, and his son and daughter. When not singing with the quartet, he serves as Audio-Visual Engineer for the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists in Silver Spring, Maryland.
Source: The Emmanuel Quartet website biography (2010).