Dallas-born Bobby “Best Hat” Davis is a fixture in Chicago’s blues scene for over fifty percent ten years. Performing on Maxwell Road, followed by Mr. H., because the past due ’50s, Davis has every weekend at Frank “Small Sonny” Scott’s Juketown Community Bandstand as well as the Johnny Money Blues Stage. The boy of a vocalist, Davis is an all natural performer. By age nine, he had been attracting attention being a tap-dancing shoeshine youngster outside Dallas’ Condition CINEMA. Teaching himself to try out drums and body organ, he produced his professional debut using the Zuzu Bolden and Adolph Sneed Music group in the middle-’40s. He collaborated with Tx bluesman Little Child Jackson in 1947. Relocating to Chicago, with Rosoe Gordon and Baby Encounter Willette, in 1957, Davis quickly guaranteed a protracted engagement in the Crown Propeller Golf club. He later caused drummer Rosie Davis and guitarist Eric Davis, carrying out at something train station at 14th Road and Halsted Avenue for seven years. An intermittent drummer for the Muddy Waters Blues Music group, Davis worked regularly with Otis Hurry, Eddie Boyd, and Matt “Acoustic guitar” Murphy. He followed Ray Charles in the 1980 film Blues Brothers. Davis is constantly on the sponsor a blues-oriented music display on Chicago’s general public access television train station.