Jeff Davis started playing professionally at the age of 15 with local bands in the St. Louis area.  His first professional experience was as a backup musician for Dolly Parton and he went on to do to do touring with Chuck Frederick, Frank Solano and his own band, “Savis Davis”. He also worked with Nashville studio guitarist and pedal steel player Bobby Caldwell. Recruited by the Rx Blues in the 1990s as a songwriter, bassist, guitarist and vocalist, he played multiple concert venues opening for such artists as Chuck Berry, Buddy Guy, Tommy Castro and Bernard Alison. 


As a solo artist Mr. Davis opened for Karla Bonoff, Kenny Edwards and Cliff Eberhart.  Jeff is presently a member of the Nashville Songwriters Association International.

Beverly Riley has been singing and playing gospel music all her life.  She brings that gospel flair, with both her vocal and keyboard stylings, which were influenced at an early age by her introduction to Gospel singer/songwriter Andre Crouch. She performed as part of the band, “Phoenix” in Southern California. 

Bev & Jeff currently make their home in Reno, NV.