Owen Davis is a singer/songwriter playing in and around West Virginia, Maryland and DC. A 20 year veteran with 6 CDs to his credit, Davis has penned quirky snapshots of everyday life with musical styles that range from country to ska. Crack House, Davis' third release, produced the core musicians that have been with him ever since. The Free Hummus Allstars feature Kim Monday on bass, Rick Ravenscroft on drums and Mark Poole on lead guitar. Knoxville's Todd Steed makes an appearance as well as Craig Shields, a Morgantown native who has been playing with Edwin McCain for many years. Crack House can be best described as a collection of college town stories. The CD opens with the raucous student observation, 'Don't make me make change without seeing the back of the cash register machine.' 'This Professor's son' aptly describes a town square where common folk meet and Davis tries to fit in. And of course Davis always has a couple of drinking songs, namely 'Harvey Wallbanger and Me' and the anthem 'Drinking at Noon.'