Brew Davis draws on the shared musical heritages of North Carolina and Tennessee- states he’s called home for most of his 41 years- to create his own unique blend of “Brewgrass,” a sound that runs the gamut from energy-infused country to traditional bluegrass fiddle tunes, string-laden mountain ballads, and everything in between. 

He has shared the stage with artists from Songs from the Road Band, Maren Morris, Fireside Collective, and David Childers and the Serpents, opened for the likes of Amanda Anne Platt and the Honeycutters, Carolina Blue, and Jonathan Byrd's and the Pickup Cowboys, and has played legendary venues like the Cat's Cradle (Carrborro, NC), Douglas Corner Cafe (Nashville, TN), and Steve's Guitars (Carbondale, CO).

His debut album came in at #64 on WNCW's Top 100 albums in 2018 and he has drawn praise from Grammy winners, Music Row royalty, and acclaimed North Carolina songwriters. He continues to draw influences from both sides of the Southern Appalachians and make music on his own terms, carving out a place for himself in Southern Appalachian music landscape and creating a “Brewgrass” sound that’s all his own.

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Another Scarecrow Learning How to Fly

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"It was evident from the very first song on Brew's self-titled project that he has an approach to storytelling that sounds like it came from the pen of a long-time veteran songwriter, yet very fresh and original." 

- 2019 IBMA Songwriter of the Year Jerry Salley


"A beautiful album: excellent lyrics, a good variety in styles, moods, feels and high quality production." 

- acclaimed North Carolina songwriter David Childers


"Brew Davis has an ear for rhymes and an eye for a good story." 

- Four-time Grammy winner David Holt


"Brew Davis is a compelling performer, a colorful storyteller, and an authentic and engaging presence, writing songs of life and love and loss and finding happiness." 

- "Maduro" Bob Johnson, WHUP, Hillsborough, NC