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JAC/DRB/Ambush [Tribute Page] / Bio

Dixie River Band (DRB) was a popular southern rock/country band during the 80's and 90's that consisted of the legendary piano player, the late John Chamberlain, Sr.(1928-2002) and his two sons, Mike and Leo and Steve Hancock (Drums) along with other various members: Noel Clark, Arlen Barker, Jon Fitzgerald. This band travelled frequently and had a great following in Ft. Myers and southwest Florida. and played for a "sea of people" at the Edison Pagent of Light. (DRB) played many special events over the years including festivals, CMA gatherings and private parties. Stay tuned for music and photos from the archive. DRB Band Members: Piano and Organ: John Chamberlain, Sr. (1928-2002) was a piano prodigy who was playing at age 5. John Sr. had his own radio show at 16 in Louisville, Ky. He also performed for then General Eisenhower while in the Army and later at the Ryman (Opry) in 1952. Bass/lead vocals: Mike Chamberlain. http://www.myspace.com/bassplayermikec. Mike currently plays in Lexington based band, Flashback. http://www.myspace.com/flashbacklex Sound, lights and recorder: Goldie Chamberlain (1929-2002) Lead Guitar/Mandolin: Leo Matthew Chamberlain. http://www.myspace.com/leomatthewchamberlain Drums: Steve Hancock/Arlen Barker. Steve currently plays with Jay Frost and 3 below. Guitar/vocals: Noel Clark or John Fitzgerald, or Rick Albright

General Info

Band Members
John Chamberlain, Sr., (Piano/Organ) Mike Chamberlain (Bass, Lead vox), Leo Chamberlain (Lead/Rhythm Guitar), Steve Hancock (Drums)various others:Randy Ames, No
Artist Name
JAC/DRB/Ambush [Tribute Page]
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/dixieriverbandtributepage
Genres
Country / Southern Rock / Blues

Contact Info

Location
Fort Myers, FL
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