Show will kick off Alderson Broaddus University’s Night Football Game, Oct. 15
Philippi, W.Va. – The Davisson Brothers Band will perform at Alderson Broaddus University on October 15th, 2015 from 4-6pm. The show will be held under the pavilion at the multi-sport performance stadium. Those in attendance can enjoy the free show from the stadium parking lot. 
The Davisson Brothers are a local band founded in their hometown of Clarksburg, West Virginia. Their song lyrics and sound tell powerful stories of their family history and lifestyle. This, along with their unique style, which fuses a blend of country, southern rock, and bluegrass, creates a distinctive sound that has gained them an incredibly loyal and rapidly growing fan base. 
Band members include brothers Donnie (Lead Vocals and Rhythm Guitar) and Chris Davisson (Lead Guitar and Slide Guitar), their cousin Sammy Davisson (Bass and Vocals), and life-long best friend Aaron Regester (Drums). Their self-titled, first full-length album was released in 2009, followed by their single Here Come the Mountaineers in 2011. In 2012 they recorded ESPN Baseball Tonight, featuring John Kruk. The band recently worked with acclaimed producer Keith Stegall on their first national single Jesse James, released in January 2015. For more information, visit: davissonbrothersband.com.
Fans are welcome to come out to the stadium early to tailgate and enjoy the live music that will kick off AB’s first-ever night football game which has been named the “I-79 Barrel Classic Fueled by Ike & Mike”. The Battlers will be featured on ESPN3 as they take on Glenville State University at 7 p.m. that evening. The game’s theme, “Under the Lights” honors the Battlers’ first-ever night game and spectators are encouraged to participate in the Battler Blackout and wear all black clothing. To follow the event on social media, search #BATTLERBLACKOUT.