DAVID DAVIS AND THE WARRIOR RIVER BOYS

  • A traditional bluegrass band from Cullman, Alabama.
  • Davis’s father and grandfather were both musicians, and his uncle Cleo Davis was in Bill Monroe’s first Blue Grass Boys (1939).
  • The Warrior River Boys were originally formed in the mid-1950’s by Garry Thurmond. Due to his declining health, he turned the band over to 23-year-old Davis in 1984.
  • Davis plays mandolin and sings lead.
  • Band has included legendary musicians such as fiddler Charlie Cline and former bluegrass boy Tom Ewing.
  • 1990, released New Beginnings album (Rounder).
  • 1993, released Sounds Like Home album (Rounder).
  • 2004, released David Davis & The Warrior River Boys album (Rebel Records).
  • 2006, released Troubled Times album (Rebel).
  • 2009, released Two Dimes & A Nickel album (Rebel).
  • 2014, Davis was inducted into the National Old Time Country Music Hall of Fame.
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