Bluegrass star David Davis

Bluegrass star
David Davis begins his 30th Anniversary
year with a nomination

Many mark their 30th anniversary
with the lustre of pearls as a gift, David Davis and the Warrior River Boys
begin its 2014 milestone with a nomination for its leader. 
Davis will appear at the 39th Annual National Old Time Country,
Bluegrass and Old Time Folk Music Festival in LeMars, Iowa on August 25.
Davis of Cullman, Ala. is included among the
nominees to the National Old Time Country Music Hall of Fame beside Hee Haw star Lulu Roman and John
Carter Cash.
“David is a deserving
bluegrasser, and that’s one of our priority genres,” said Bob Everhart of the
National Traditional Country Music Association.
Since taking the reins in
October 1984, Davis and his band traveled millions of miles while garnering a
faithful following of folks who care about their music through scores of
appearances on stage, television and radio.
Promoters have welcomed their
traditional sounds, comedy, and flawless musicianship to entertain their
audiences at the largest outdoor festivals and premier indoor venues in
forty-six states, the Bahamas and all Canadian Provinces.
“It is definitely a special
honor for which to be nominated,” he said. “The
fact that so many different types of artists and different segments of American
music genres are represented here make it even more significant.”
While his current release
“Two Dimes and a Nickel” is on Rebel, his catalog includes releases
on Rounder, Wango and Time Life.
He recently donated his time to
raise funds for Appalachian music scholarships on the Share America Foundation
CD “Mountain Opry Memories” performing “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” with
International Bluegrass Music Museum Legend Randall Franks, “Officer Randy
Goode” from TV’s “In the Heat of the Night.” It is available at or download ITunes and
David and the band plan an
extended 30th Anniversary
Tour including a number a special events and surprises beginning this month extending through October 2015. Among the Warrior River Boys are Marty Hays playing bass, Robert Montgomery on banjo, Stan
Wilemon on guitar and Ben Sanders on fiddle.

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