"The Classics"

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  Although Bluegrass and Country are what I sorta grew up on musically, some of my favorite bands were The Eagles, Bob Seger, The Beatles, Eric Clapton, Waylon Jennings, Garth Brooks, and the list goes on and on. That being said, a friend of mine suggested that we do a more electric oriented band. As a result, "The Classics" were born. Alan Berry on rhythm guitar and keyboards, Buck Smith on Drums and bass, and I picked up a Telecaster and away we went.  Nothing hard or radical about it. Soft Rock with a little edge at times. What we all grew up with. 
  So if a banjo and that high lonesome sound is not what you and your friends are into, no problem. Think "The Classics"

Drive South is represented by the songs "Carolina in the Pines" by M.M.Murphy and the instrumental tune Eat my Dust or "EMD" by David Grisman 

Classic Trio are doing "Past the Point of Rescue" from country artist, Hal Katchum  and "Pretty Woman" , a Roy Orbison Favorite. Also "Bad, Bad, Leroy Brown" by Jim Croce and "Great Balls of Fire"made famous by Jerry Lee Lewis.  

"A Farmer's Son" is a song by Steve Spurgin , which I am doing solo while using a TC Helicon Voicelive 3 for real-time harmony and vocal effects. Thanks for listening,  Don