Jason Davis - Second Time Around
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  • Bootleg John
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (03:25) [7.83 MB]
  • Where the Wild River Rolls
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (03:09) [7.23 MB]
  • One More Rocky Road
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (03:22) [7.71 MB]
  • Bully Of The Town
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (02:46) [6.34 MB]
  • I'll Be Waiting For You
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (02:48) [6.43 MB]
  • Darby's Castle
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (03:53) [8.89 MB]
  • Oh Death
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (02:39) [6.07 MB]
  • 1. Where The Wild River Rolls
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (03:35) [8.21 MB]
  • Just Another Broken Heart
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (02:30) [5.74 MB]
  • Liberty
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (02:56) [6.72 MB]
  • Ted's Tune
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (02:43) [6.21 MB]
  • Gold In Carolina
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (03:24) [7.78 MB]
  • Shamrock
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (01:48) [4.13 MB]
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Mountain Fever Records is proud to release the new CD Second Time Around, by sideman and Junior Sisk banjo player, Jason Davis. Guests on this new album and the core rhythm section include Kevin McKinnon on guitar and mandolin, Kameron Keller on bass, and Justen Haynes and Ron Stewart who split the fiddle work. Some of Davis’ favorite singers in bluegrass are also featured including Greg Luck, Shawn Lane, Steve Gulley, Junior Sisk, Jason and Justin Tomlin, Dwight McCall, Daniel Salyer and Eli Johnston.

“I basically went in with the idea of cutting the kind of bluegrass album and feel that I enjoy playing,” Davis said. “It's been 6 years or so since I cut my last record. It just felt like the time to do another one. I was lucky to get some great new songs from great writers like Daniel Salyer and Kyle Burnette. There's also a lot of really obscure stuff on here that people probably haven't heard in a long time,” he adds.

1. Where The Wild River Rolls 3:09 (Robert Amos Curtis) Stark Brook Music BMI
Darrell Webb - Vocal / Ron Stewart - Fiddle
2. One More Rocky Road 3:22 (Terry Foust, Daniel Salyer)Pay Low Music BMI
Daniel Salyer - Vocal / Jason Tomlin - Harmony Vocal / Ron Stewart - Fiddle / Josh Swift - Dobro
3. Bully Of The Town 2:46 (Traditional) Public Domain
Ron Stewart - Fiddle / Josh Swift - Dobro
4. I’ll Be Waiting For You 2:48 (Charlie Leake)Public Domain
Jason Tomlin - Lead Vocal / Justin Tomlin - Harmony Vocal / Justen Haynes - Fiddle
5. Darby’s Castle 3:58 (Kris Kristofferson)Careers BMG Music Publishing
Greg Luck - Vocal / Dwight McCall - Harmony Vocal / Justen Haynes - Fiddle
6. Oh Death 2:39 (Ralph Edmond Stanley) Zap Publishing Co. BMI
Dustin Purtyle - Vocal / Ron Stewart - Fiddle / Josh Swift - Dobro
7. Hard Rock Bottom Of Your Heart 3:35 (Hugh Loring Prestwood) Universal Music Careers BMI
Justin Tomlin - Lead Vocal / Jason Tomlin - Harmony Vocal / Justen Haynes - Fiddle
8. Just Another Broken Heart 2:29 (A.P. Carter) Peer International BMI
Junior Sisk - Vocal / Ron Stewart - Fiddle
9. Liberty 2:54 (Public Domain)
Ron Stewart - Fiddle
10. Bootleg John 3:25 (Marvin Charles Davis) Lemco Music Publishing Co. BMI
Ron Stewart - Fiddle / Shawn Lane -Lead Vocal / Steve Gulley - Harmony Vocals
11. Ted’s Tune 2:43 (Aaron Ramsey) Willmont Music BMI
Ron Stewart - Fiddle
12. Gold In Carolina 3:22 (Kyle Burnette) Mountain Fever Publishing ASCAP
Eli Johnson - Vocals / Justen Haynes - Fiddle
13. Shamrock 1:48 (Traditional) Public Domain
Aaron Ramsey - Mandolin

Recorded At Mountain Fever Studios - Willis, VA
Engineered by Aaron Ramsey and Mark Hodges
Mixed by Aaron Ramsey
Mastered by Dead Oak Mastering - Willis, VA
Cover Photography By Dean Hoffmeyer

Former IBMA Dobro Player of the year, Phil Leadbetter, says "I've had the opportunity to play with many great banjo players in my career, but Jason Davis takes a backseat to no-one. His timing, tone, taste and drive is what all banjo players hope to achieve, but not many ever do.”

Davis began playing banjo around age 10. He was inspired when his uncle Thomas Davis began taking him to local bluegrass festivals. He got his first gig at age 14 with Michelle Nixon and Drive. Three years and two records later, he joined the Kenny and Amanda Smith Band, where he helped record the Grammy-nominated album, "Tell Someone." Next came a stint with BlueRidge, then a three-year tour with Alan Bibey as a founding member of GrassTowne, where he cut two records. In 2008, Jason recorded a solo album, "Steppin Out," which became a finalist for the Ibma instrumental album of the year. Jason lists Flatt & Scruggs, JD Crowe, Terry Baucom, Sammy Shelor and Tom Adams as his biggest influences. He is now extremely busy touring with Junior Sisk and Ramblers Choice.

For more information on Jason Davis and his new solo project, please visit www.mountainfever.com.
  • Members:
    Jason Davis and a cast of All-Stars
  • Sounds Like:
    Flatt & Scruggs, JD Crowe, Terry Baucom, Sammy Shelor and Tom Adams
  • Influences:
    Flatt & Scruggs, JD Crowe, Terry Baucom, Sammy Shelor and Tom Adams
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