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David Davis and the Warrior Boys Bluegrass Band

Saturday, April 28, 2018
7:00 pm9:00 pm
Jericho Arts Council

If you want a big Bluegrass wallop in a concise package with hard-charging energy that makes it stand out from the pack don’t miss David Davis and the Warrior River Boys.

Since the fall of 1984, David Davis and the Warrior River Boys have consistently recorded and toured, travelling well over two million miles, garnering a faithful following of friends and fans through scores of personal appearances, radio and television 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 group’s recorded history has been preserved and distributed by some of the most influential labels in the genre’s history; Rounder, Wango, Time Life and Rebel.

A 2010 inductee to the Alabama Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame, David is widely recognized as one of the foremost practitioners of the Monroe mandolin technique. Collectively, David Davis and the Warrior River Boys continue to be at the forefront of defining Traditional music to today’s audience. Rather than operating under trendy “hit” oriented marketing schemes, frontman/mandolinist David Davis simply nurtures his roots with integrity, tonal depth and prose.

Joining David on stage are Robert Montgomery, banjo player, from Moulton, Alabama who joined the Warrior River Boys in January 2008, Marty Hays from Salem Illinois who has been on the road playing bass and singing with the band since 1995, Stan Wilemon playing guitar, and singing lead and harmony vocals and Phillip James on fiddle, guitar, mandolin and bass.

Doors open at 6 pm and all performances are open seating. Tickets will be available at the door or you may reserve ahead by calling at 607-288-3882. Immediately preceding the show enjoy the Bainbridge Arts Trail Street Fest from 2 – 4:30 pm. Also the evening of the show, the Fine Arts Show will be featured in the Gallery. The gallery is open at 6 pm before the show through intermission and is free to the public. For further information on our shows and gallery events check out
Event Cost
All Tickets $15