Spectacular reunion of musical geniuses !! Glen Campbell, Jerry Reed and Steve Wariner (guitar); Roy Clark (mandolin), Ray Stevens (piano), Ricky Skaggs (violin), Lee Greenwood (saxophone), Steve Gatlin (bass), Barbara Mandrell (steel guitar) and Irlene Mandrell (drums) Chet Atkins introduced them as “The World’s Most Famous Unknown Band “in 1990.
On July 1 Max Crook left us. Many of you may wonder who Max Crook was, although most people have heard his best-known solo on many occasions. Max Crook was the co-author of one of the most famous songs in Rock history and his masterful solo by Musitron, the song in question is “Runaway” by
It is said that Buddy Holly & The Crickets were on the top of the lists with That’ll be the Day and they were back in Dallas (Texas) after their world tour when they decided to buy 3 new Harleys in Dallas that would take them 300 miles back to home in Lubbock (Texas), but