Nation singer and guitarist Orville Davis was created in Pahokee, FL, the kid of Orville Davis, Sr. and Eleanor Sue Davis, and spent his early years there before his family members transferred to Alabama, back again to Florida, and lastly to Georgia, where he completed senior high school. He started performing and playing electric guitar in his youngsters, and joined up with the rock-band Hydra, which produced two albums for Capricorn Information. His first like, nevertheless, was honky tonk nation music, and he performed that being a single artist. He transferred to NEW YORK in 1976 and constructed a career being a touring back-up musician while also performing on advertisements for such items as K-Mart skinny jeans, Suzuki SUVs, and Subway sandwiches. He released his debut record, Howl on the Moon, on Fountainbleu Entertainment in 1996, and implemented it in 2005 with BarnBurner.