Date Event Location
Foster's Place Pickton, TX Pickton, TX
Frog Branch Saloon Malone, TX Malone, TX
Northside Remedy Weatherford, TX Weatherford, TX
The Boxcar Cedar Hill, TX Cedar Hill, TX
The Grape Waco, TX Waco, TX
4R Ranch Muenster, TX Muenster, TX
Bistro Burger Canton, TX Canton, TX
Horny Toad Cranfills Gap, TX Cranfills Gap, TX
Fire Street Pizza Belton, TX Belton, TX
Desert Door Driftwood, TX Driftwood, TX
Ki' Mexico Shreveport, LA Shreveport, LA
Almost Famous Smokehouse Conway, AR Conway, AR
Piddle's Park Hill, OK Park Hill, OK
Taylors' Made Cafe Conway, AR Conway, AR
Tunes at Noon Tyler, TX Tyler, TX
Front Porch Distillery Nacogdoches, TX Nacogdoches, TX
Northside Remedy Weatherford, TX Weatherford, TX
The Grape Waco, TX Waco, TX
Bumbershoot BBQ Argyle, TX Argyle, TX
Club Car Bar Kingsland, TX Kingsland, TX


Rollin' and Tumblin' (single) - 2019
Spotify / iTunes

Fire and Flames (single) - 2017
Spotify / iTunes

Blood of My Kin (EP) - 2010
Physical / Spotify / iTunes

What I Cause - 2009
Physical / Spotify / iTunes

Soul's Tide - 2007
Physical / Spotify / iTunes


Originally from New Orleans, Louisiana, singer/songwriter Ryan Paul Davis blends traditional blues and folk music with poetic lyricism and imagery. Often pressing the boundaries of roots and blues genres, his songwriting is characteristically reflective, raw and emotive. Throughout his career, Davis has drawn a wide range of comparisons, from the rustic stylings of Robert Johnson to the intensity of Curt Cobain. 

Relocated to rural Central Texas, Davis is more troubadour than recluse, performing over 200 shows a year across the Southern and Midwestern U.S. Typically armed with primitive foot percussion and custom-built guitars gifted from his father, he is best known for his gritty and soulful live performances. He has shared the stage with the likes of Bob Schneider, Gary Clark Jr., Ian Moore, Hubert Sumlin, and W.C. Clark among others. Davis has been featured in numerous southern festivals such as Austin’s SXSW Music Festival, the Red, White and Blues Festival, and The Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival. In addition to touring, he is currently working on his fourth studio album, scheduled for release in 2020.