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This is Russell's debut at Champy's in Muscle Shoals. Some great folks like Travis Wammack and Max Russell play there so I'm really glad to get a date, besides the food is excellent.EXTRA EXTRA!!! Dennis Gulley and Britt Meacham of JACKSON HIGHWAY will be with me!!!!
Budweiser Presents: Jackson Highway, RETURN TO THE SHOALS at P.J.'s in Muscle Shoals. The bands first performance in the Shoals in 15 years.
Reunion of 60's and 70's Alabama Bands organized by Tony Lumpkin and The Players, with guests Mike Lawley and Buddy Causey.
Sounds Like: Bob Seger, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Blackfoot, The Decoys, Alabama
Label: JacksonHighway, Lucky Dawg Records and Promotions
Manager: Russell Gulley
Bio: The 1970's were exciting times for a young musical hopeful to be hanging in Muscle Shoals. With the likes of the Stones, Bob Seger, Blackfoot, Skynyrd, and even Bob Dylan coming in and out of town, there was always the chance that some of their magic might just rub off. But..... long before the t...See Full Bio
Jackson Highway back in the Shoals Feb.7th, SAVE THAT DATE.
“In 1974, five friends got together to form a band that has since traveled a lot of miles and back again. Jackson Highway, a classic rock band, features Russell Gulley, of Fort Payne, Dennis Gulley, Tommy Patterson, Britt Meacham and Michael Grando. The group reunited in 2010 and just released their newest EP titled Asphalt. Their journey began in Muscle Shoals. They released their first record in 1977 and began touring. “We toured up until 1980 when we signed with Capitol Records, a major label,” Gulley said. “We traveled around the country playing with several big name acts including Ted Nugent,” he said. “We even played the first June Jam in Fort Payne.” In 1986, the group disbanded after the studio they worked with in Muscle Shoals sold out to another company that focuses mainly on the Blues. “Dennis and I went to Nashville and worked with an agent there,””