Jeff Davidson of Eureka is a man of many hats. Jeff is a cowboy, musician, poet, historian, watershed specialist, rangeland plant identification expert, and a former Extension educator. Another hat which he wears is that of Past President of the Kansas Chapter of the Western Music Association. He has performed music for over 30 years, taking western music combined with Kansas history to communities throughout the state, from Kansas City to Elkhart and from St. Francis to Columbus.
He began his entertainment career as a square dance caller, and in 1985 became the entertainer for the Flint Hills Overland Wagon Train and served in that capacity for 24 years.
A 2013 winner of the Kansas Cowboy Poetry contest, Davidson is a singer/songwriter and uses his original works as well as vintage songs of old to lead audiences through the history of the “winnin’ of the west” which shaped the economy, ideology and heroism of a young nation.