Peforming in his wheelchair sets B.J. Davis apart from most entertainers

B.J. Davis is more than halfway through his summer “No Limits” tour, which is performing throughout Jefferson City all summer. Several performances use proceeds to benefit local charities such as the Jefferson City Rape & Abuse Crisis Service.

B.J. Davis is more than halfway through his summer “No Limits” tour, which is performing throughout Jefferson City all summer. Several performances use proceeds to benefit local charities such as the Jefferson City Rape & Abuse Crisis Service. Photo by Stephen Brooks.

B.J. Davis has been performing most of his life and seeks to use his talents to inspire and help others achieve their dreams.

Read additional details in our newspaper or e-Edition. Newspaper subscribers: Click on an e-Edition article and log in using your current account information at no extra charge. For e-edition help, e-mail circ@newstribune.com. Click here to purchase the full version of archived articles.

Davis, a native of Georgia, said he was 5 when he first realized he loved performing. During a rendition of “How Much is That Doggie in the Window” at a family reunion, Davis said he realized he could mimic performers and singers.

“That’s what I wanted to do,” Davis said.

Comments

Use the comment form below to begin a discussion about this content.

Please review our Policies and Procedures before registering or commenting

News Tribune - comments