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Bryn Davies
Born 22 August 1976 (1976-08-22) (age 33)
Origin Livermore, California
Genres Americana
Bluegrass
Instruments Double bass, cello, piano, vocals
Website myspace.com/basslady

Bryn Davies (born August 22, 1976) is an American bassist, cellist, and occasional pianist. She grew up in Livermore, California. In 1997 she majored in Jazz Performance at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. There she met mandolin player Billy Bright and guitarist Brian Smith, with whom she formed the Two High String Band.[1] In 1997, Bryn began working with Peter Rowan as the Texas Trio,[2] which toured the US[3][4] and eventually would become the Peter Rowan & Tony Rice Quartet.[5]

In 2004 Bryn moved to Nashville, Tennessee. From January to August 2007 she worked with Patty Griffin on the Children Running Through tour. Currently she plays with Darrell Scott, Guy Clark, The Tony Rice Unit, Uncle Earl[6] and Megan McCormick. Ms. Davies played bass and performed backing vocals on Justin Townes Earle's "Midnight at the Movies" tour.

Discography

  • Somedays The Song Writes You (w/ Guy Clark)
  • Workbench Songs (w/ Guy Clark)
  • Quartet (w/ Peter Rowan and Tony Rice)
  • You Were There For Me (w/ Peter Rowan and Tony Rice)
  • Old and in the Gray (w/ Old and in the Gray)
  • Generation Nation (w/ Republic of Strings)
  • Megan McCormick (w/ Megan McCormick)
  • The Good Life (w/ Justin Townes Earle)
  • Midnight at the Movies (w/ Justin Townes Earle)
  • Traces (w/ Peter Bradley Adams)

References

  1. ^ Caligiuri, Jim. "Burning Brights: Coupling Careers in the Fields of Bluegrass", The Austin Chronicle, 2003-06-23. Retrieved on 2008-12-13.
  2. ^ Horgan, Candace. "Reggabilly ragout Rowan brings carte blanche to musical mix", The Denver Post, 2000-04-14, p. E14.
  3. ^ Weideman, Paul. "Peter Rowan travels in, out of bluegrass", The Santa Fe New Mexican, 2000-04-21, p. 30.
  4. ^ McLennan, Scott. "Peter Rowan forms the Texas Trio... All four of 'em", Telegram & Gazette, 2000-08-27, p. 3.
  5. ^ Regenstreif, Mike. "Peter Rowan and Tony Rice Quartet", The Gazette, 2007-02-15, p. D2.
  6. ^ Hagerman, Sarah. "Northwest String Summit", All About Jazz, 2008-07-30. Retrieved on 2008-12-13.

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