Bio: A five-man powerhouse rock n' roll band, featuring five of the most seasoned musicians anywhere.
David Hood, bass guitarist, was a member of the world famous Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section, better known as "The Swampers", made famous in the song "Sweet Home Alabama". David has played on a list of ...See Full Bio
“Starting off with a groove that lays N.C. Thurman’s Hammond B-3 licks over Mike Dillon’s drums and David Hood’s bass, Donnie Fritts’ One Foot In The Groove plays fine as a humane, southern-specific rehab record. So when the Alabama-born singer and songwriter declares, “Feelin’ low and flyin’ high/I didn’t know what to do,” or reaches out to “another brother down in the dumps,” he makes amends, maybe. Still, if you’ve been fortunate enough to have seen Fritts with the Decoys (his backing band here, augmented by the likes of Tony Joe White) rip it up live, you know how deep a pocket these musicians can create. The interplay among Hood, Dillon, and guitarists Scott Boyer and Kelvin Holly exemplifies the big-bottomed funk that makes Muscle Shoals the meeting place of Memphis, Caribbean and New Orleans rhythm-section traditions”