Brew Davis grew up in the shadow of the Bluebird Cafe- the songs of Music City seeping into his bones, working through his soul, and coming out in pen and paper. But not before he’d worked at the seminal Americana label Sugar Hill Records and moved to the Southern Appalachians. All these influences combine to create his own unique blend of “Brewgrass” music. 

He has shared “Brewgrass” at legendary venues like the Cat’s Cradle, the Down Home, Douglas Corner Cafe and the Basement and received praise from Americana artists, Music Row royalty, and members of the Grand Ole Opry. 

He’s performed live on WNCW, the WDVX Blue Plate Special and stations across the Tarheel state, and his songs have been used on PBS shows, Amazon Prime and various documentary films. ”Green Garland,” which he penned with Charles Humphrey III and Charlie Chamberlain, is currently top 10 on Bluegrass Today’s Grassicana chart for Songs from the Road Band, and his self-titled debut album was #64 on WNCW’s 2018 top 100. 

Pam Tillis calls “Darlin’ Caroline,” his 2023 single, “a winsome, endearingly earnest account of the many reasons Brew fell heart over hills for the state he now calls home.” He collaborated with Nick Dauphinais to create Brewgrass, his fourth studio album, and the two will be touring extensively as Davis & Dauphinais throughout the Southern Appalachians and beyond in 2024.

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