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Bluegrass Artist David Davis Begins 30th Anniversary

David DavisMany 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.

7th Annual Monroe-Style Bluegrass Mandolin Camp September 14 - 16, 2012

Monroe Style Mandolin CampThe International Bluegrass Music Museum in Owensboro, Kentucky has announced that the 7th Annual Monroe-Style Mandolin Camp will be held September 14 through 16, 2012. At the Monroe-Style Mandolin Camp, you will spend three days with the finest mandolin faculty and luthiers and up to 50 of the coolest mandolin students you’ll find on Planet Earth. With registration for each camp capped at 50, the camps' intimate environment allows for ample opportunities to receive personal, hands-on instruction from each of these legends of Monroe-Style mandolin.

Hot Saturday Night at Carter Fold as David Davis and the Warrior River Boys Return

Dave Davis BandCarrying on an old Alabama family tradition, David Davis and the Warrior River Boys offer audiences an opportunity to see a musician who has carried on his family’s musical heritage dating back to the 1930s. Warrior River frontman mandolinist David Davis nurtures his roots with integrity, tonal depth, and prose. Directly linked to the origins of bluegrass music, David Davis’ love of bluegrass grew organically. Back in the 30s, his father and two uncles played and sung in the brother style traditions of early country music. Uncle Cleo joined Bill Monroe as the very first Blue Grass Boy in 1938. David’s father went off to WW II and lost his right hand in a mortar accident. While his Dad’s dream of making music may have been shattered, he never lost his love and devotion to the music. It was a devotion he passed down to David who would carry his father’s love of bluegrass with him always. Saturday, June 30, 2012, at 7:30 p.m. the Carter Family Fold in Hiltons, Virginia, will present a concert of bluegrass music by the Warrior River Boys. Admission to the concert is $7 for adults, $1 for children 6 to 11, under age 6 free.

Warrior River Boys Bring Bluegrass Music to Carter Family Fold

David Davis and the Warrior River BoysHiltons, VA -- Carrying on an old Alabama family tradition, David Davis and the Warrior River Boys offer audiences an opportunity to see a musician who has carried on his family’s musical heritage dating back to the 1930s. Warrior River frontman mandolinist David Davis nurtures his roots with integrity, tonal depth, and prose. Directly linked to the origins of bluegrass music, David Davis’ love of bluegrass grew organically. Back in the 30s, his father and two uncles played and sung in the brother style traditions of early country music. Uncle Cleo joined The Father of Bluegrass Music, Bill Monroe, as the very first Blue Grass Boy in 1938. David’s father went off to WW II and lost his right hand in a mortar accident. While his Dad’s dream of making music may have been shattered, he never lost his love and devotion to the music. It was a devotion he passed down to David who would carry his father’s love of bluegrass with him always. Saturday, June 30, 2012, at 7:30 p.m. the Carter Family Fold in Hiltons, Virginia, will present a concert of bluegrass music by the Warrior River Boys. Admission to the concert is $7 for adults, $1 for children 6 to 11, under age 6 free.

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