Davidson Brothers can look forward to a rewarding musical
career with the potential of extending far beyond their
Unlimited, August 2004
I heard this fine example of Australian Bluegrass performed
with life, energy and fun I just had to play it on air.
I knew the brothers had been around for a while but this
record was the groundbreaker for them, and it was, giving
them a nomination at the Country Music Awards of Australia.
With Josh Grundy, Lachie and his older brother Hamish have
given us an album that is their stepping stone to what I
believe could be international success following in the
footsteps of Kym Warner and Carol Young and their band the
Greencards taking Bluegrass back to America. Check them
out and their album when and if you can. Its an independent
release called STAY ALL NIGHT."
John Nutting, May 2004
of 'Saturday Night Country' on ABC Radio National
bluegrass and masterful playing from two of the hottest
young pickers in the land!"
Kernaghan, August 2003
of 19 Golden Guitars (Australian Country Music Awards)
are nothing short of sensational and are taking the Australian
country music scene by storm."
Warner, November 2003
of 2 Golden Guitars (Australian Country Music Awards)
sets [the Davidson Brothers] apart from most is that the
levels of your various abilities are really up there ...
The swing stuff is appealing and very well played."
Wernick, February 2004
president of the International Bluegrass
Music Association; Member of Hot Rize band
Davidson Brothers] represent the Country Music Industry
in a very positive light."
Nugent, May 2004
Manager of the Country Music Association of Australia
first single, a Bill Monroe classic (Uncle Pen), says it
all about the Davidson Brothers' music - technically brilliant,
and driving with endless enthusiasm."
Smith, December 2003
of Capital News Magazine
Mandolin, Fiddle, Vocals