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Sir Raymond Douglas Davies, is an English singer, songwriter and musician. He is the lead singer, rhythm guitarist and main songwriter for the Kinks, which he leads with his younger brother, Dave. He has also acted, directed and produced shows for theatre and television. He is often referred to as "the godfather of Britpop". After the dissolution of the Kinks in 1996, Davies embarked on a solo career.

On June 2014 Frank Mastropolo wrote a piece for UCR with the title Brawls and Bans: The History of the kinks struggles in america: The Kinks had already earned the reputation as a hard-drinking and brawling road band. An onstage fight in May 1965 between Dave Davies and drummer Mick Avory left Davies in the hospital and landed Avory in jail.


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Ride operator (Former Employee) says

"Over all working at davis enterprise was no fun they suck all the life out of the employee and the business.they where to worried about their pockets and could care less about if we where able to pay our bills Cons: The oweners"

manufacuerer (Former Employee) says

"this company was a company me and my son started together when we saw a commercial late night on the television. we made our own websites and sold merchandise on the internet. this company wassnt very lucrative and alot of extra work which brought no results.you spend alot of money to reap no benifits. they say you can call for help and noone would help unless you put more money into it. Cons: not beneficial"

Auto Mechanic (Former Employee) says

"All I have to say is its a nice place to work ,and get to meet people."

Ride Attendant (Former Employee) says

"Had to help people on and off the ride and make sure they were safe before the ride starts."

Paper Boy (Former Employee) says

"I would say that this job was very low in terms of productivity. Three days a week, I would deliver newspapers to tons of different houses in the community I lived in and although it was important work, it wasn't incredibly social as I didn't have coworkers and the time was less than an hour a day. Also, the pay was 15 cents per paper. Delivering 22 papers per day earned me less than $5 per day. The hardest part of the job was that I had to wake up very early EVERY Sunday morning to deliver papers which meant I could never sleep in that morning. The most enjoyable part for me was that, by rolling up newspapers in preparation for delivering them, I often came across a ton of articles and read the news better this way. My manager was overall good."

Manufacturing Manager (Former Employee) says

"When the original owner worked it was the best place in the world to work for. When the owner decided to retire and put his son in charge, his son ran it into the ground and it ended up folding. Cons: His son ruined it."