Just found out that a percussion session I did back in August 2008 has finally been released.
Brothers Of The Southland is a legendary line up of musicians; Jimmy Hall (Wet Willie, Jeff Beck), Henry Paul (Outlaws, BlackHawk), Steve Gorman (Black Crowes, Jimmy Page), Dangerous Dan Toler (The Gregg Allman Band, The Allman Brothers Band, Dickey Betts & Great Southern), Mike Brignardello (Nashville Giant), Reece Wynans (Stevie Ray Vaughn), Steve Grisham (The Outlaws, Ghost Riders), Jay Boy Adams (Texas Blues Master), and featuring two awesome cuts by Bo Bice.
It also features two amazing tracks written by Marshall Tucker Founding guitarist George McCorkle. George passed away before he could record on this project. However, thanks to modern technology he appears on the Marshall Tucker Classic "Can't You See" along with Bo Bice.
Bo Bice, Jimmy Hall, Henry Paul: lead vocals
Jimmy Hall: sax, harmonica
Jay Boy Adams: guitar
Steve Grisham: guitar, vocals
"Dangerous" Dan Toler: guitar
Mike Brignardello: bass
Steve Gorman: drums
Guitars: D. Scott Miller, Mark Selby, Charlie South, Pat Buchanan
Keyboards: Reece Wynans, Mike Rojas
Drums: Mark Beckett
Percussion: Derek Wolfford
Vocals: George McCorkle, Charity White, Mona Lisa French, Russell Terrell
Horns: David Herrera, Rufus Long, Alan Javorcky, Quitman Dennis.