Arkansas-born guitarist/vocalist Hank Davis experienced several musical transformations during his lengthy career. Inspired by the early recordings of Elvis Presley, he recorded numerous unreleased demos during the 1960s. Performing with two black ministers as the Blues Brothers (long before another outfit with that name was made famous by Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi), he focused on blues and gospel music. He then moved to Canada in the early '70s, re-emerging as a country singer. At his small studio in his home in southern Ontario, Davis and steel guitarist Winnie Winston recorded more than enough to release eight albums, including two instrumental sessions that the pair credited to Raunch Radley.