David Davis & the Warrior River Boys

David Davis and the Warrior River Boys have long been recognized as modern leaders in traditional bluegrass, but on their latest release Didn’t He Ramble: Songs of Charlie Poole they throw genre boundaries aside by delving deeper into the roots of acoustic music. They have produced a masterful and exciting collection of songs originally recorded in the 1920s by the legendary Charlie Poole and his North Carolina Ramblers, a generation before Bill Monroe is credited with founding bluegrass music. “Our intention was to evolve the songs, yet leave the strength and essence of the original feel as our foundation and build on that,” explains Davis.