Thanking You For A Successful Record Launch!

Hello everybody! Hope your Summer season is off to a great start and you’re enjoying these hot days! We’ve been busy with alot of travelling in June, covering alot of miles, safely I’m thankful to say! Been doing a number of TV and radio appearances, talking and playing music from our new CD, “Didn’t He Ramble” Songs of Charlie Poole. In early June we taped a show, “Song of the Mountains” for Virginia Public Television, which will air in early 2019. Also appeared on Sutton’s Oldtime Radio Hour, a wonderful live audience syndicated radio show heard on forty seven stations … Continue reading

“Didn’t He Ramble” Hits The Ground Running !!

Hello all! We hope the summer has started off in grand style for you and hope there’s a few music festivals on your summer agenda! Our travelling amd festival appearances have been been ramping up the last few months and attendance has been really good at the shows we’ve been appearing! Our new Rounder recording, “Didn’t He Ramble -Songs of Charlie Poole” was released to the public just a few days ago, on June 1st and we wanted to share with you some great things happening with it, right out of the gate! A pre-release online sale for the album … Continue reading

Hurry Up, June 1st !

Hello everybody! Hope summer beauty and warmer weather are slipping in around the edges where you call home. It is happening in our part of the country! Yes, April was a Busy Month for us, with alot of roadwork and shows. We had a chance to see many familiar faces and places again and great opportunities to perform songs from our soon to be released recording. On June 1st, Rounder Records will release “Didn’t He Ramble – Songs Of Charlie Poole”, a fourteen song recording, re-imagining the music of the legendary North Carolina roots artist. The online pre-release sale started … Continue reading

Hurry Up, April!

April will be a busy month for DDWRB. Our online pre-release sale for our comimg recording, “Didn’t He Ramble” Songs of Charlie Poole will begin in the early part of the month. Our band website will be redesigned by then, a facelift reminiscent of the new recording’s artwork. We’ll include alot of the shots from the album’s photo session. We did the photo session in three different Franklin, Tennessee locations early last December. We got alot of great shots and had a real fun day. The locations were really appropriate for the feel of the album. I even got to … Continue reading

“Didn’t He Ramble” Songs of Charlie Poole. …, the rest of the story……

You’ve always heard the songwriters that said that great song just poured down on them and they couldn’t write it down fast enough. Then , if I remember correctly, Thomas Edison said his work was a large percentage of perspiration and a small percentage of inspiration. I imagine that is how most things happen. The story of our up in coming recording certainly has both these elements and more. You can say the seeds for this particular recording concept (Songs of Charlie Poole) started their germination process in the very early 2000’s at the University of Chicago Folk Festival. That’s … Continue reading

“Hurry, Hurry, Read All About It!” The Latest from DDWRB

Hello Everybody! Hope all is going well with you and, if your like us, ready for Spring to arrive for good! Wanted to let you know some new things happening with the Band, all exciting to us, for sure! We’ll have a new record release coming soon on Rounder Records. “Didn’t He Ramble” Songs of Charlie Poole is the title. You folks that know the name Charlie Poole and his importance to early roots music know of his great catalogue of recorded material (1925-1930), that it was greatly accepted by that generation’s audience and know the importance of evolving, re-imagining … Continue reading

Shows…Shows and Studios

Well, Summer is here and it really feels good to me! The shows are going outside and the beautiful outdoor parks are ready to come to life with music and summer fun (and maybe a mosquito bite here and there)! We’re scheduled for a number of festivals and shows in a lot of different areas of the Country and look forward to the travelling and getting tbe chance to visit with you. It’s been a few years since we have released a studio recording and we’ve got some ambitious plans to get a lot of music recorded this year. It’s … Continue reading


The year of 2014 will mark an important milestone in the career of David Davis and the Warrior River Boys. 2014 will be their thirty year anniversary as a touring band. Since starting in the fall of 1984, David and the band have consistently recorded and toured, travelling well over two million miles, garnering a faithful following of friends and fans through scores of personal appearances, television and radio exposure. They have performed in forty-six states, the Bahamas and all Canadian Provinces at a majority of the largest outdoor festival events and many of the genre’s premier indoor venues. The … Continue reading


Hello all!! We just got back in from a great four day trip to one of my favorite places in the Country, Silver Dollar City, in Branson, MO. We worked there Memorial Day Weekend, Friday through Monday, at the Bluegrass and Bar-Be-Que Festival. This great event stretched from May 10th through June 3rd and was voted as the #1 Bluegrass Event of 2011 and is nominated for the same award this year. We did sixteen shows to large and appreciative audiences, (I have some great pics on my David Davis Facebook Page). I was told that the crowds for the … Continue reading


We had a fun trip yesterday, fun for many different reasons. Robert Montgomery, Stan Wilemon and myself were booked as a trio to play a venue called The Outpost Music Barn. It’s located around Tallapoosa, GA, in an area called Waco. My first time there and I believe Stan’s too, Robert has played there in years past. The Outpost is a great place to hear Bluegrass music, a real family atmosphere. If you’re in the area, you should stop in for a show!! There’s never too many trips where you leave home at noon and are back by midnight, that’s … Continue reading