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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by SuprHtr, Apr 20, 2021.
Acts that never made it big:
This one's kinda southern rock-ish
Allgood got a deal with A&M, released a couple of albums that were not as good as those they released as an indie band, and toured like crazy. They were on pretty good tours (the names of which escape me at the moment) in the 1992-1995 range. Then they called it a day in about 1995 or 1996.
The guitar player on the Les Paul, Clay Fuller, is a federal magistrate in Atlanta.
Hampton Grease Band
Col. Bruce Hampton and the Aquarium Rescue Unit
got the cassette somewhere
Bloodkin. Loved this band.
Good ol boys from Kentucky.
Jimmy Hall’s a great frontman/sax/harp player.
I love “Keep On Smilin’” and “Manorisms”
Mike Duke is another fine singer/songwriter/keyboardist
Always been a fan of this Louisiana band-Potliquor
I dunno whether these guys got big or not. I am so out of it
Lots of people have no idea that Bruce was a mild-mannered accountant by day, but that he also had a supporting role in the movie "Slingblade". He literally died on stage during a concert celebrating his 70th birthday. Others on stage thought he was goofing on them when he fell out. On stage at various times during the evening were, as told on Wikipedia: "Widespread Panic members John Bell, Dave Schools, Duane Trucks, and Jimmy Herring; blues guitarist Tinsley Ellis; Peter Buck of R.E.M; steel guitarist Darick Campbell; saxophone player Karl Denson; Drew Emmitt and Vince Herman of Leftover Salmon; Jon Fishman of Phish; banjo player Rev. Jeff Mosier of Blueground Undergrass; guitarist Warren Haynes; Drivin N Cryin frontman Kevn Kinney; Atlanta jazz-staple Johnny Knapp; Chuck Leavell; Athens rock-troubadour T. Hardy Morris; 13-year-old guitar prodigy Brandon Niederauer; slide guitarist Derek Trucks and blues singer Susan Tedeschi of the Tedeschi Trucks Band; John Popper of Blues Traveler; funk bassist Kevin Scott; keyboardist Matt Slocomb; Denny Walley of Frank Zappa fame; gypsy-metal guitarist Emil Werstler; Oliver Wood of The Wood Brothers; and MLB pitcher Jake Peavey."
Wow! Some cool stuff here! Keep em coming!