Davisson Brothers Band to play at Maniac Mountain


BUCKHANNON — This Saturday, come out to 1659 Teter Road in Buckhannon, as Maniac Mountain presents an evening full of fun, food and entertainment by the Davisson Brothers Band!

Gates will open at 5:30 p.m., and the concert begins at 7:00 p.m. Kids age 12 and under get in for free; otherwise, the general admission is $20, with free parking!

The Davisson Brothers Band was founded in Clarksburg, West Virginia, where the band of brothers made their Top 40 Billboard Country Album debut in 2009. After touring around the U.S. with acts like Chris Janson, Grammy winner Keith Stegall (Alan Jackson, Zac Brown Band) produced the Davisson Brothers’ 2018 album, Fighter. They were also named one of Rolling Stone Country’s “10 New Country Artists You Need To Know” and even became international sensations with a #1 hit on country radio in Australia, as well as a #1 video on CMC.

Band leader Chris Davisson shared in an exclusive interview with The Record Delta, “Anyone who comes out on Saturday can expect to have a good time. We love to have fun; we love to make people happy. I love to see people smiling and dancing, having a good time. You know, as crazy as everything has been in the world, it’s fun to see that now because we didn’t get to tour for a long time. We like to have a high energy show, and I hope everybody likes it.”

He added that, during isolation, the band had a lot of time to produce new music for their fans, including some new songs which they’ll be debuting at this weekend’s show. Members of the Davisson Brothers Band collectively agreed they favor playing their staple song, Chicken Train. Donnie Davisson added, “It has been on every set list, every show we’ve ever played. It kind of shows who the Davisson Brothers are—it’s a good dancing, upbeat song that the crowd always loves.”

So come out to Maniac Mountain on Saturday for the unforgettable experience the Davisson Brothers Band provides! Chris admitted, “We can’t wait to get out and have a good time back home in West Virginia!”

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