Gene Watson Peer’s Quote from Stephanie Davis: December 2013

Gene Watson’s Peers within the country music industry believe in the sheer talent of this unassuming man from east Texas, so much so that Gene is regarded by many of them as ‘the singer’s singer’ – and rightly so!

All of Gene Watson’s Peers, who were contacted during 2013, were most gracious with their time and words.

It is here, within this special part of The Gene Watson Fan Site, that you have an opportunity to read a quote from Stephanie Davis, which she submitted to this site on Saturday 7 December 2013.

Sean Brady would like to take this opportunity to say ‘thank you’ to Stephanie Davis who made a special contribution to this unique part of this online ‘celebration of a Lone Star Hero’.

Stephanie Davis

Stephanie Davis
This quote was submitted on Saturday 7 December 2013.

‘Gene Watson: ‘Fourteen Carat Mind‘, ‘Speak Softly (You’re Talking To My Heart)‘, ‘Should I Come Home (Or Should I Go Crazy)‘.

Push play.

Crank it up.

Repeat’

Thank you, Stephanie Davis, for your support of Gene Watson.



About Stephanie Davis…

Stephanie Davis

Stephanie Davis was born and raised in Montana.

Stephanie Davis later moved to Tennessee, where she worked as a songwriter, enjoying cuts by Shelby Lynne, Waylon Jennings (Tuesday 15 June 1937 – Wednesday 13 February 2002) and Martina McBride.

Garth Brooks

Garth Brooks also recorded several of Stephanie Davis’ songs, including ‘Wolves’ (an album track in 1990), ‘We Shall Be Free’ (No.12, 1992), ‘Learning To Live Again’ (written by Don Schlitz and Stephanie Davis) (No.2, 1993) and ‘The Night Will Only Know’ (written by Stephanie Davis, Garth Brooks and Jenny Yates) (an album track in 1993) and ‘Ireland’ (written by Stephanie Davis, Garth Brooks and Jenny Yates) (an album track in 1995).

Bobby Bare: 'As Is' (Columbia Records, 1981)

Bobby Bare recorded Stephanie Davis’ ‘Learning To Live Again’ (co-written with Don Schlitz) and included the track on ‘As Is’ (Columbia Records, 1981), which was produced by Rodney Crowell; the track reached No.28 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1981.

Garth Brooks: 'No Fences' (Capitol Records, 1990)

Garth Brooks recorded Stephanie Davis’ ‘Wolves’ and included the track on ‘No Fences’ (Capitol Records, 1990).

‘No Fences’ (Capitol Records, 1990), which was Garth Brooks’ second studio album, was released on Monday 27 August 1990, and reached No.1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 1990; it also reached No.3 on the Billboard Hot 200 Albums Chart in 1990.

‘No Fences’ (Capitol Records, 1990) remains Garth Brooks’ best-selling studio album to date with seventeen million copies shipped in the United States, and is the album which made him an international star.  It was Garth Brooks’ first album to be issued in Europe; the original European release of the album contained the four singles from his United States debut as bonus tracks.

Garth Brooks’ ‘No Fences’ (Capitol Records, 1990) also included four tracks, which were hit singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart:

‘Friends In Low Places’, which was written by Dewayne L. Blackwell (Thursday 17 September 1936 – Sunday 23 May 2021) and Earl ‘Bud’ Lee (No.1, 1990) / this track earned an Academy of Country Music (ACM) Award in 1990 as ‘Single of The Year’

‘Unanswered Prayers’ (written by Pat Alger, Larry Bastian and Garth Brooks)
(No.1, 1990)

‘Two of A Kind, Workin’ On A Full House’ (written by Bobby Boyd, Warren Haynes and Dennis Robbins)
(No.1, 1991)

‘The Thunder Rolls’ (written by Pat Alger and Garth Brooks)
/ this track earned a Country Music Association (CMA) Award in 1991 as ‘Video of The Year’

In 1990, Garth Brooks’ ‘No Fences’ (Capitol Records, 1990) was named ‘Album of The Year’ by the Academy of Country Music (ACM).

Garth Brooks’ ‘No Fences’ (Capitol Records, 1990) also reached No.1 on the British country music albums chart, earning Garth Brooks his first ‘Gold’ album in that country, and remained charted for over five years.

Laurie Lewis & Grant Street: 'Singin' My Troubles Away' (Flying Fish Records, 1990)

Laurie Lewis & Grant Street – Tom Rozum (mandolin), Scott Nygaard (guitar), Tony Furtado (banjo) and Tammy Fassaert (bass) – recorded Stephanie Davis’ ‘The Rope’ and included the track on ‘Singin’ My Troubles Away’ (Flying Fish Records, 1990).

Martina McBride: 'The Time Has Come' (RCA Nashville Records, 1992)

Martina McBride recorded Stephanie Davis’ ‘The Rope’ and included the track on ‘The Time Has Come’ (RCA Nashville Records, 1992).

Martina McBride’s ‘The Time Has Come’ (RCA Nashville Records, 1992) also included three tracks, which were hit singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart:

‘The Time Has Come’ (written by Lonnie Wilson and Susan Longacre) (No.23, 1992)

‘That’s Me’ (written by Tony Haselden and Bob Alan)
(No.43, 1992)

‘Cheap Whiskey’ (written by Emory Gordy Jr. and Jim Rushing)
(No.44, 1992)

Another track which was included on Martina McBride’s ‘The Time Has Come’ (RCA Nashville Records, 1992) was ‘When You Are Old’, which was written by Gretchen Peters.

Garth Brooks: 'The Chase' (Liberty Records, 1992)

Garth Brooks recorded Stephanie Davis’ ‘We Shall Be Free’ (co-written with Garth Brooks) and included the track on ‘The Chase’ (Liberty Records, 1992); the track reached No.12 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 1992.

Garth Brooks: 'The Chase' (Liberty Records, 1992)

Garth Brooks recorded Stephanie Davis’ ‘Learning To Live Again’ (co-written with Don Schlitz) and included the track on ‘The Chase’ (Liberty Records, 1992); the track reached No.2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 1993.

Garth Brooks’ ‘The Chase’ (Liberty Records, 1992) also included the following tracks, which were hit singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart:

‘Somewhere Other Than the Night’ (written by Kent Blazy and Garth Brooks) (No.1, 1992)

‘That Summer’ (written by Pat Alger, Sandy Mahl-Brooks and Garth Brooks)
(No.1, 1993)

Garth Brooks’ ‘The Chase’ (Liberty Records, 1992) also included the following tracks:

‘Mr. Right’ (written by Garth Brooks)
‘Every Now & Then’ (written by Buddy Mondlock and Garth Brooks)
‘Walkin’ After Midnight’, which was written by Alan Block and Don Hecht (1930 – Friday 18 October 2002)
‘Dixie Chicken’ (written by Lowell George and Martin Kibbee)
‘Something With A Ring To It’ (written by Aaron Tippin and Mark Collie)
‘Night Rider’s Lament’ (written by Michael Burton)
‘Face To Face’ (written by Tony Arata)

In 1993, Garth Brooks also signed Stephanie Davis as an opening act, and she also joined his road band.

Stephanie Davis performed with Garth Brooks’ band during the concert in Dublin, Ireland at Croke Park.

Stephanie Davis: 'Stephanie Davis' (Asylum Records, 1993)

On Tuesday 24 August 1993, Stephanie Davis saw the release of her self titled debut album, ‘Stephanie Davis’ (Asylum Records, 1993), which was produced by Kyle Lehning, and included one track, which was a hit single on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart:

‘It’s All In The Heart’ (written by Stephanie Davis) (No.72, 1993) / this track spent two weeks on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 1993; a promotional video was also produced for the track

Stephanie Davis’ self titled debut album, ‘Stephanie Davis’ (Asylum Records, 1993), also included the following tracks:

‘Just A Cup of Coffee’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Summer Nights In Dixie’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Talking To The Moon’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Wind’ (written by Stephanie Davis)

Claire Lynch: 'Moonlighter' (Rounder Records, 1995)

‘Moonlighter’ (written by Claire Lynch) / this track was also recorded by Claire Lynch, who included it on ‘Moonlighter’ (Rounder Records, 1995)

Hank Cochran: 'Hits From The Heart' (RCA Victor Records, 1965) Reba McEntire: 'Reba McEntire' (Mercury Records, 1977)

‘Why Can’t He Be You’, which was written by Hank Cochran (Friday 2 August 1935 – Thursday 15 July 2010) / the original version of this track was recorded, as ‘Why Can’t She Be You’, by Hank Cochran, who included it on ‘Hits From The Heart’ (RCA Victor Records, 1965) / this track was also recorded by Reba McEntire, who included it on ‘Reba McEntire’ (Mercury Records, 1977)

‘If I Don’t Have You’ (written by Stephanie Davis and Joe Spampinato)

‘Looks Like Lonesome’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Lone Star Swing’ (written by Stephanie Davis)

Don Edwards: 'Goin' Back To Texas' (Warner Western Records, 1993)

Don Edwards (1935 or 1936 – Sunday 23 October 2022) recorded Stephanie Davis’ ‘Prairie Lullabye’ and included the track on ‘Goin’ Back To Texas’ (Warner Western Records, 1993).

Garth Brooks: 'In Pieces' (Liberty Records, 1993)

Garth Brooks recorded Stephanie Davis’ ‘The Night Will Only Know’ (co-written with Jenny Yates and Garth Brooks) and included the track on ‘In Pieces’ (Liberty Records, 1993).

Garth Brooks’ ‘In Pieces’ (Liberty Records, 1993) also included the following tracks, which were hit singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart:

‘Ain’t Goin’ Down (‘Til The Sun Comes Up)’, which was written by Kent Blazy, Kim Williams (Saturday 28 June 1947 – Thursday 11 February 2016) and Garth Brooks (No.1, 1993)

‘American Honky-Tonk Bar Association’ (written by Bryan Kennedy and Jim Rushing)
(No.1, 1993)

‘Standing Outside The Fire’ (written by Jenny Yates and Garth Brooks)
(No.3, 1993)

‘One Night A Day’ (written by Gary Burr and Pete Wasner)
(No.7, 1994)

‘Callin’ Baton Rouge’, which was written by Dennis Linde (Thursday 18 March 1943 – Friday 22 December 2006)
(No.2, 1994)

‘The Red Strokes’ (written by James Garver, Lisa Sanderson, Jenny Yates and Garth Brooks)
(No.49, 1994)

Garth Brooks’ ‘In Pieces’ (Liberty Records, 1993) also included the following tracks:

‘The Night I Called The Old Man Out’, which was written by Pat Alger, Kim Williams (Saturday 28 June 1947 – Thursday 11 February 2016) and Garth Brooks
‘Kickin’ & Screaming’ (written by Tony Arata)
‘The Cowboy Song’ (written by Roy Robinson)

Daniel O'Donnell: 'Christmas With Daniel O'Donnell' (Ritz Records, 1994)

Daniel O’Donnell recorded Stephanie Davis’ ‘The Gift’ and included the track on ‘Christmas With Daniel O’Donnell’ (DPTV Media, 1994).

Shelby Lynne: 'Restless' (Magnatone Records, 1995)

Shelby Lynne recorded Stephanie Davis’ ‘Slow Me Down’ (co-written with Shelby Lynne and Brent Maher) and included the track on ‘Restless’ (Magnatone Records, 1995); the track reached No.59 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 1995.

Garth Brooks: 'Fresh Horses' (Capitol Nashville Records, 1995)

Garth Brooks recorded Stephanie Davis’ ‘Ireland’ (co-written with Jenny Yates and Garth Brooks) and included the track on ‘Fresh Horses’ (Capitol Nashville Records, 1995).

Garth Brooks’ ‘Fresh Horses’ (Capitol Nashville Records, 1995) also included the following tracks, which were hit singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart:

‘She’s Every Woman’ (written by Victoria Shaw and Garth Brooks) (No.1, 1995)

‘The Fever’ (written by Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Dan Roberts and Bryan Kennedy)
(No.23, 1995)

‘The Beaches of Cheyenne’ (written by Dan Roberts, Bryan Kennedy and Garth Brooks)
(No.1, 1995)

‘The Change’ (written by Tony Arataand Wayne Tester)
(No.19, 1996)

‘It’s Midnight Cinderella’, which was written by Kim Williams (Saturday 28 June 1947 – Thursday 11 February 2016), Kent Blazy and Garth Brooks
 (No.5, 1996)

‘That Ol’ Wind’ (written by Leigh Reynolds and Garth Brooks)
(No.4, 1996)

Garth Brooks’ ‘Fresh Horses’ (Capitol Nashville Records, 1995) also included the following tracks:

‘The Old Stuff’ (written by Bryan Kennedy, Dan Roberts and Garth Brooks)
‘Cowboys & Angels’, which was written by Kent Blazy, Kim Williams (Saturday 28 June 1947 – Thursday 11 February 2016) and Garth Brooks
‘Rollin’, which was written by Harley Allen (Monday 23 January 1956 – Wednesday 30 March 2011), Leigh Reynolds and Garth Brooks

Don Edwards: 'West of Yesterday' (Warner Western Records, 1996)

In 1996, Don Edwards (1935 or 1936 – Sunday 23 October 2022) saw the release of ‘West of Yesterday’ (Warner Western Records, 1996); Stephanie Davis played gut string guitar and provided harmony vocals on the album.

Stephanie Davis: 'Stephanie Davis' (Asylum Records, 1993)

Following the release of her self titled debut album, ‘Stephanie Davis’ (Asylum Records, 1993), Stephanie Davis exited Asylum Records, as she was dissatisfied with the country music scene.

Stephanie Davis moved back to Montana and began recording albums on Recluse Records, a record label that she founded.

Stephanie Davis: 'I'm Pullin' Through' (Recluse Records, 1996)

In 1996, Stephanie Davis saw the release of her debut album for Recluse Records, ‘I’m Pullin’ Through’ (Recluse Records, 1996), which was produced and arranged by Stephanie Davis and Tom McBryde, andincluded one track, which was released as a single on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart:

‘Takin’ A Chance On Love’ (written by Ted Fetter and John Latouche) / this track was released as a single in 1996, but it did not chart

Stephanie Davis’ debut album for Recluse Records, ‘I’m Pullin’ Through’ (Recluse Records, 1996), also included the following tracks:

‘There’s A Springtime Feelin’ In My Heart’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘I’m Pullin’ Through’ (written by Arthur Herzog Jr. and Irene Wilson)
‘Hallelujah’ (written by Clifford Grey, Leo Robin and Vincent Youmans)
‘You’ve Changed’ (written by Bill Carey and Carl Fischer)
‘Yellow Moon’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘What A Little Moonlight Can Do’ (written by Harry Woods)
‘Yours’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘I’ll Never Say ‘Never Again’ Again’ (written by Harry Woods)
‘He’s Funny That Way’ (written by Neil Moret – Chas. N. Daniels – and Richard A. Whiting)
‘Big Sky Bounce’ (written by Stephanie Davis)

Personnel involved in the recording of Stephanie Davis’ debut album for Recluse Records, ‘I’m Pullin’ Through’ (Recluse Records, 1996), included the following:

Jim Hoke (tenor saxophone, clarinet,horn arrangements)
John Vogt and Roy Huskey Jr. (Monday 17 December 1956 – Saturday 6 September 1997) (bass)
Walter Hartman (drums)
Stephanie Davis (fiddle)
Rick Gordon (electric rhythm guitar, section harmony)
Rich O’Brien (rhythn archtop guitar, solos)
Tom McBryde (piano)
Neil Rosengarden (trumpet)

Rich O'Brien: 'Seasons, Roads & Faces' (Western Jubilee Records, 1997)

Rich O’Brien recorded Stephanie Davis’ ‘Big Sky Bounce’ and included the track on ‘Seasons, Roads & Faces’ (Western Jubilee Records, 1997).

Brent Lamb: 'No Excuses, No Regrets' (Word Records, 1997)

Brent Lamb recorded Stephanie Davis’ ‘Wolves’ and included the track on ‘No Excuses, No Regrets’ (Word Records, 1997).

Stephanie Davis: 'River of No Return' (Recluse Records, 1998)

In 1998, Stephanie Davis saw the release of ‘River of No Return’ (Recluse Records, 1998), which included the following tracks:

‘Give A Little Bit Back’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Salt River Valley’, which was written by Cindy Walker (Saturday 20 July 1918 – Thursday 23 March 2006)
‘The Gift’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Lone Star Swing’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Prairie Lullabye’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Diamond-O’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Saturday Night At The Whitebird School’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘River of No Return’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Big Sky Bounce’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Wolves’ (written by Stephanie Davis)

Laurie Lewis & Tom Rozum: 'Winter's Grace' (Dog Boy Records, 1999)

Laurie Lewis & Tom Rozum recorded Stephanie Davis’ ‘The Gift’ and included the track on ‘Winter’s Grace’ (Dog Boy Records, 1999).

Various Artists: 'In The Beginning: A Songwriters Tribute To Garth Brooks' (VFR Records, 2001)

On Tuesday 10 April 2001, Stephanie Davis saw the release of ‘In The Beginning: A Songwriters Tribute To Garth Brooks’ (VFR Records, 2001), a various artists collection, which included the following tracks:

‘The Thunder Rolls’ (written by Pat Alger and Garth Brooks) / this track was performed by Pat Algerand Stephanie Davis

‘A New Way To Fly’, which was written by Garth Brooks and Kim Williams (Saturday 28 June 1947 – Thursday 11 February 2016)
/ this track was performed by Kim Williams (Saturday 28 June 1947 – Thursday 11 February 2016), Kent Blazyand Stephanie Davis

‘Unanswered Prayers’ (written by Pat Alger, Larry Bastian and Garth Brooks)
 / this track was performed by Pat Alger

‘Face To Face’ (written by Tony Arata)
 / this track was performed by Tony Arata

‘If Tomorrow Never Comes’ (written by Kent Blazy and Garth Brooks)
 / this track was performed by Kent Blazy

‘Rodeo’ (written by Larry Bastian)
 / this track was performed by Larry Bastian, Kent Blazyand Pat Alger

‘Mr. Blue’, which was written by Dewayne L. Blackwell (Thursday 17 September 1936 – Sunday 23 May 2021)
/ this track was performed by Dewayne L. Blackwell and Stephanie Davis

‘The River’ (written by Garth Brooks and Victoria Shaw)
 / this track was performed by Victoria Shaw, Kent BlazyPat Algerand Tony Arata

‘Cold Shoulder’, which was written by Kent Blazy, Garth Brooks and Kim Williams (Saturday 28 June 1947 – Thursday 11 February 2016)
 / this track was performed by Kent BlazyPat Algerand Stephanie Davis

‘We Shall Be Free’ (written by Garth Brooks and Stephanie Davis)
/ this track was performed by Stephanie Davis, Pat Algerand Kent Blazy

‘Cowboy Bill’ (written by Larry Bastian and Ed Berghoff)
/ this track was performed by Larry Bastian, Pat Algerand Kent Blazy

‘Papa Loved Mama’, which was written by Garth Brooks and Kim Williams (Saturday 28 June 1947 – Thursday 11 February 2016)
 / this track was performed by Kim Williams (Saturday 28 June 1947 – Thursday 11 February 2016) and Kent Blazy

‘Wolves’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
/ this track was performed by Stephanie Davis

‘Friends In Low Places’, which was written by Dewayne L. Blackwell (Thursday 17 September 1936 – Sunday 23 May 2021) and Earl ‘Bud’ Lee
/ this track was performed by Dewayne L. Blackwell, Pat AlgerTony Arata, Stephanie Davis and Kent Blazy

‘The Dance’ (written by Tony Arata)
/ this track was performed by Tony Arata

‘Pains’, which was written by Dewayne L. Blackwell (Thursday 17 September 1936 – Sunday 23 May 2021)
/ this track was performed by Dewayne L. Blackwell

Dan Roberts: 'Viva La Cowboy' (Old Boots Music, 2003)

Dan Roberts recorded Stephanie Davis’ ‘Wolves’ and included the track on ‘Viva La Cowboy’ (Old Boots Music, 2003).

Stephanie Davis: 'Crocus In The Snow' (Recluse Records, 2004)

In 2004, Stephanie Davis saw the release of ‘Crocus In The Snow’ (Recluse Records, 2004), which included the following tracks:

‘Somethin’ ‘Bout Montana’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Talkin’ Harvest Time Blues’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Crocus In The Snow’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Just A Cup of Coffee’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Some Things Cost Too Much’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Turning To The Light’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Ikey’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Yodel Blues’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Cold Wing Blow’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘You Been A Friend To Me’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Spotted Ass’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Good Night Little Cowpup’ (written by Stephanie Davis)

Stephanie Davis: 'Home For The Holidays' (Recluse Records, 2005)

In 2005, Stephanie Davis saw the release of ‘Home For The Holidays’ (Recluse Records, 2005), a seasonal release, which was produced by Bobby Flores (Sunday 18 June 1961 – Thursday 23 June 2022) and Stephanie Davis, and included the following tracks:

‘Santa Claus Is Coming To Town’, which was written by James Lamont ‘Haven’ Gillespie (6 February 1888 – Friday 14 March 1975) and John Frederick Coots (2 May 1897 – Monday 8 April 1985)
‘I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm’, which was written by Irving Berlin (11 May 1888 – Friday 22 September 1989)
‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘(There’s No Place Like) Home For The Holidays’ (written by Al Stillman and Robert Allen)
‘The Gift’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow’, which was written by Sammy Cahn (Wednesday 18 June 1913 – Friday 15 January 1993) and Jule Styne (Sunday 31 December 1905 – Tuesday 20 September 1994)
‘Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas’ (written by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blaine)
‘Diamond-O’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘I’ll Be Home For Christmas’, which was written by Kim Gannon, Walter Kent and Buck Ram (Thursday 21 November 1907 – Tuesday 1 January 1991)
‘Wondrous Light’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day’ (written by John Marks)

Trisha Yearwood : 'Greatest Hits' (MCA Nashville Records, 2007)
Trisha Yearwood: 'Jasper County' (MCA Nashville Records, 2005)

On Tuesday 11 September 2007, Trisha Yearwood saw the release of ‘Greatest Hits’ (MCA Nashville Records, 2007), which included two previously unreleased tracks, one of which was Stephanie Davis’ ‘Just A Cup of Coffee’; the track was recorded for Trisha Yearwood’s album, ‘Jasper County’ (MCA Nashville Records, 2005), but was not included on the album and was represented on ‘Greatest Hits’ (MCA Nashville Records, 2007) as an unfinished studio cut.

Trisha Yearwood’s ‘Greatest Hits’ (MCA Nashville Records, 2007) sold 22,000 copies in its first week of release, debuting at No.22 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart and at No.2 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart in 2007.

Stephanie Davis: 'Western Bliss' (Recluse Records, 2009)

On Friday 1 May 2009, Stephanie Davis saw the release of ‘Western Bliss’ (Recluse Records, 2009), which included the following tracks:

‘Montana Cowgirl’ (written by Wallace Payne)
‘Hittin’ The Trail Tonight’ (written by Harold Cannon)
‘Santa Fe, New Mexico’ (written by Glenn Spencer)
‘Bronco Buster’s Ball’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Leanin’ On The Old Top Rail’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Along The Navajo Trail’ (written by Larry Markes, Dick Charles and Eddie DeLange)
‘Texas Blues’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Ol’ Faithful’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Trail’s End Theme Song’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘Idaho’ (written by Stephanie Davis)
‘There’s A Goldmine In The Sky’ (written by Stephanie Davis)

Stephanie Davis: 'Western Bling' (Recluse Records, 2009)

It was also on Friday 1 May 2009 when Stephanie Davis saw the release of ‘Western Bling’ (Recluse Records, 2009), which included the following tracks:

‘Talkin’ ‘Bout You’
‘I Didn’t Realize’
‘Soon’
‘Hubbin’ It’
‘Nevertheless’
‘Beyond The Sea’
‘Baby, That Sure Would Go Good’
‘Slow Poke’
‘If I Had You’
‘The Best Things In Life Are Free’
‘Goin’ Away Party’

Gretchen Peters & Tom Russell: 'One To The Heart, One To The Head' (Frontera Records / Scarlett Letter Records, 2009)

Gretchen Peters & Tom Russell recorded Stephanie Davis’ ‘Wolves’ and included the track on ‘One To The Heart, One To The Head’ (Frontera Records / Scarlett Letter Records, 2009).

Joey + Rory: 'A Farmhouse Christmas' (Vanguard Records / Sugar Hill Records, 2011)

Joey + Rory – Joey Marie Martin Feek (Wednesday 10 September 1975 – Friday 4 March 2016) and Rory Lee Feek – recorded Stephanie Davis’ ‘The Gift’ and included the track on ‘A Farmhouse Christmas’ (Vanguard Records / Sugar Hill Records, 2011).

Bill Emerson & The Sweet Dixie Band: 'The Touch Of Time' (Rural Rhythm Records, 2012)

Bill Emerson & The Sweet Dixie Band recorded Stephanie Davis’ ‘The Rope’ and included the track on ‘The Touch Of Time’ (E1 Entertainment / Rural Rhythm Records, 2012).

Joey + Rory: 'Inspired: Songs of Faith & Family' (Gaither Music Group, 2013)

Joey + Rory – Joey Marie Martin Feek (Wednesday 10 September 1975 – Friday 4 March 2016) and Rory Lee Feek – recorded Stephanie Davis’ ‘Turning To The Light’ and included the track on ‘Inspired: Songs of Faith & Family’ (Gaither Music Group, 2013); the track featured guest vocals from Bill Gaither.

Joey + Rory: 'Made To Last' (Farmhouse Recordings, 2013)

Joey + Rory – Joey Marie Martin Feek (Wednesday 10 September 1975 – Friday 4 March 2016) and Rory Lee Feek – recorded Stephanie Davis’ ‘Just A Cup of Coffee’ and included the track on ‘Made To Last’ (Farmhouse Recordings, 2013).

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