The World's Most Famous Unknown Band
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vYh6nh9yaI
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(05-13-2021, 10:45 PM)T-Dub Wrote: I think that clip is from the late 70's early 80's.

Ricky Scaggs=fiddle
Roy Clark=mandolin
Glen Campbell=guitar
Barbara Mandrell=steel guitar
Her sister on drums Louise I think
Jerry Reed.=guitar
Ray Stevens=piano
Steve Wariner=guitar
Lee Greenwood?=sax

I had everyone except Steve Wariner.
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(05-13-2021, 10:45 PM)T-Dub Wrote: I think that clip is from the late 70's early 80's.

Ricky Scaggs=fiddle
Roy Clark=mandolin
Glen Campbell=guitar
Barbara Mandrell=steel guitar
Her sister on drums Louise I think
Jerry Reed.=guitar
Ray Stevens=piano
Steve Wariner=guitar
Lee Greenwood?=sax
Give this man a cigar! @T-Dub that is...........

Quote:From March 1990, Chet Atkins presents "The World's Most Famous Unknown Band" in a salute to Ralph Emery, and that band is: Glen Campbell, Jerry Reed, & Steve Wariner (guitar); Roy Clark (mandolin), Ray Stevens (piano), Ricky Skaggs (fiddle), Lee Greenwood (saxophone), Steve Gatlin (bass), Barbara Mandrell (steel guitar), and Irlene Mandrell (drums).

Such great music, happy to see it's still appreciated!
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(05-14-2021, 08:46 AM)Oldcynic Wrote:
(05-13-2021, 10:45 PM)T-Dub Wrote: I think that clip is from the late 70's early 80's.

Ricky Scaggs=fiddle
Roy Clark=mandolin
Glen Campbell=guitar
Barbara Mandrell=steel guitar
Her sister on drums Louise I think
Jerry Reed.=guitar
Ray Stevens=piano
Steve Wariner=guitar
Lee Greenwood?=sax
Give this man a cigar! @T-Dub that is...........

Quote:From March 1990, Chet Atkins presents "The World's Most Famous Unknown Band" in a salute to Ralph Emery, and that band is: Glen Campbell, Jerry Reed, & Steve Wariner (guitar); Roy Clark (mandolin), Ray Stevens (piano), Ricky Skaggs (fiddle), Lee Greenwood (saxophone), Steve Gatlin (bass), Barbara Mandrell (steel guitar), and Irlene Mandrell (drums).

Such great music, happy to see it's still appreciated!

Damn I missed the bass player and Irlene.
I gotta give the cigar back Chuckle

I was way off on the time frame. 1990. Damn.
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Good stuff!
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Was that Bill Hicks playing bass? Heh.
“Why don’t you start speaking in words instead of your DAMN DIRTY LIES!” – Louise Belcher
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(05-15-2021, 10:28 AM)Pure Rock Fury Wrote: Was that Bill Hicks playing bass?  Heh.
Steve Gatlin?  What it says anyhow.......................

I know Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks:
https://youtu.be/hBGeQ0zSifc
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