Our Endorsers

 Tom Adams

Tom Adams is an American award winning banjoist. Tom is a  3-time recipient of the International Bluegrass Music Association’s Banjo Player of the Year award. He’s toured and recorded with some of bluegrass music’s most influential artists.  These include the Johnson Mountain Boys, Lynn Morris Band, Michael Cleveland, Blue Highway, Rhonda Vincent, and Dale Ann Bradley. Tom gained national recognition in 1983 for his banjo work with the legendary Jimmy Martin, Tom was also awared the Recorded Instrumental Performance of the Year in 2013 for his part on the Earl Scruggs tribute album. Tom currently play's his Davis signature model Tom Adams banjo.


Cory Walker

Cory Walker


Don Wayne Reno

Don Wayne Reno is the son of legendary banjo player,  Don Reno. Don Wayne is considered to be one of the best banjo players in the business.  He continues to carry on the Reno tradition and style. Don Wayne is a boundry breaking innovator not only on the banjo but in new musical genres as well. Don Wayne is currently playing his Davis signature Don Reno model.

Daniel Patrick

Growing up in a bluegrass family Daniel has always been drawn to the banjo. From starting on local stages at 4 years old to debuting on the Grand O'l Opry at 18 years old, Daniel has many years of experience for being 22. He toured with The Roys of Nashville Tennessee in 2013 and 2014 traveling all over the United States and Canada. In 2015 Daniel joined the Legendary Larry Sparks and the Lonesome Ramblers and is still in the band present day. (Larry is now in the bluegrass hall of fame) "I give God all the credit for the success in my life, I have been truly blessed" Daniel is playing his new CUSTOM WHITETAIL model banjo. "Once you start playing a Davis you won't want to set it down!" -Daniel

Luke Montgomery

Luke is a tremendous banjo player and singer and has written a song or two as well. You will hear him singing tenor and playing banjo with the Clay Hess band.

Luke started playing banjo when he was 9 years old. Learning to play from a few You Tube videos, he then practiced by playing along with Stanley Brothers albums. He taught himself to sing, like so many have, by singing along with the Skaggs and Rice album. He spent the 2014 and 2015 seasons honing his skills at Ole Smoky Moonshine in Gatlinburg, TN.




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