Musicians' Sites:

Dave Pomeroy … This groovemiester has played bass on over 300 albums! He’s a regular columnist for Bass Player Magazine. Now playin’ with the Jamie Hartford Band. And he makes some terrific all bass CDs.

Dan Dugmore … Multi-instrumentalist best known for his "steel" work. Dan’s played on the road and in the studio with Linda Ronstadt and James Taylor. And played on sessions with David Crosby, John Anderson, Faith Hill, Trisha Yearwood, Stevie Nicks and more. Good guy and a pleasure to work with.

Carl Chambers … Auburndale, Florida’s resident guitar player toured with the Bellamy Brothers and did nearly all the "studio" guitar work on their early albums. With about 40 years experience he also played on and produced several records and tons of demos and he sings great harmony. If you’re in Central Florida this is the guy to work with!

Wayne Jackson … This Grammy nominated trumpet player has played on over 300 gold and platinum records! He also plays trombone. And he’s fun to work with!

Jim Horn … This guy has played sax, oboe, flute and piccolo with nearly all the "greats" from the Rolling Stones to Vince Gill, from Frank Sinatra to the Beatles, from Eric Clapton to Garth Brooks, from Elvis to U2 … and many, many more!

David Schnaufer … David’s official title at Blair School of Music is "Professor Emeritus of the Mountain Dulcimer". In the Nashville recording studios he known as the Dulcimer Wizard. And has recorded with Chet Atkins, Mark Knofler, Hank Williams, Jr., EmmyLou Harris, Cyndi Lauper, Wynona and many more. David plays all styles of music from classical to rock, bluegrass to jazz (and back again!). And … he can make a "jaw harp" talk!

Kirk "Jellyroll" Johnson … Jelly’s played harmonica with the "famous" and "not so famous", but always with passion! He’s hot… he’s cool… he’s smooth!

Weldon Myrick … Weldon’s played "steel"on lots of great country records and was a member of the Grand Ol’ Opry Band for many years. He also played on the first demo I did with Ray Baker at Columbia’s Studio B in 1979.

Coming soon (I hope!):

Scotty Moore … original guitar player for Elvis Presley!

James Burton … played for Elvis after Scotty and became the creator of an entire era of country guitar sounds and licks!

Pete Mitchell … "Honky Tonk" guitar man. Toured and recorded with lots of country legends from Ernest Tubb to John Anderson.

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