"The Davisson Brothers Band" Signs with Legendary Record Producer Keith Stegall

By Connect Clarksburg Staff | October 08, 2017
By Julie Perine.  After writing and producing songs that took artists including Alan Jackson and the Zac Brown Band to the top of the charts, Keith Stegall has taken on Chris Davisson, Donnie Davisson, Aaron Regester and Rus Reppert - collectively known as The Davisson Brothers Band.
Stegall has worked with many big names, producing 55 No. 1 Billboard-charted tunes and receiving multiple Grammy, ACM and CMA awards.
“He’s a remarkable producer whose first claim to fame was ‘Don’t Rock the Jukebox’ for Alan Jackson. It immediately went to No. 1 and he ended with 34 more No. 1 songs with Jackson,” said Reppert, DBB bass player. “He also produced 13 No. 1 songs with the Zac Brown Band.”
DBB recently signed with Stegall’s record label, Dreamlined Entertainment, an arm of Sony/The Orchard.
“I’m a big believer in honesty and when you come across these artists who are honest and real, it makes a producer’s job so much easier,” he said. “All you have to do is kind of be the coach and help them do what they do naturally – and that’s what struck me the most about The Davisson Brothers Band.”
In addition to having Stegall on board as their producer, DBB – like George Strait, Dierks Bentley and Lee Ann Womak – are being managed by the legendary Erv Woolsey.
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