General Info Band Members: Larry Goad, Doug Phelps, Thane Shearon, Jimmy Hall
Artist Name: Dixie Tabernacle
Home Page: http://www.reverbnation.com/dixietabernacle
Genres: Rock / Americana / Blues
Label: Storm Dog Records Group LLC
Which one is Rufus? Well, neither. Rufus Huff, a four piece band, named after two obscure bluesmen, Whistlin' Rufus and Luther Huff. An eclectic mix of rock, funk, blues, boogie and "Dixie" through a stack of Marshall amps.
Greg Skaff is a New York-based musician and composer who rates among the premier guitarists in jazz. Skaff had his first professional gig with Stanley Turrentine. Afterwards, Skaff has flourished as both a sideman and bandleader.
Music was his destiny from the moment Michael Powers entered the world in 1952 in Bayonne, New Jersey. His father, James B. Murchison, was a merchant marine who sailed around the world before settling in Bayonne where he opened a local shop. Mr. Murchison divided his time between New Jersey and North Carolina working on tobacco fields in the summers.
When founder and CEO Randy Chortkoff initially formed Delta Groove Music, his vision for the label’s first two premiere albums shared a common bond; an exceptionally gifted, young African-American guitarist named Kirk Fletcher.
"I remember telling friends up North in '80 that they should go see Stevie Ray Vaughan, but they weren't impressed because he wasn't famous yet. It will give me great pleasure to say, 'I told you so!' about John Németh. You'll see."
Bob Margolin, Blues Revue Magazine
Biography by Richard Skelly - allmusic.com Singer, songwriter, guitarist, arranger and producer Johnny Rawls draws on the 1950s' and '60s' deep soul-blues tradition in his guitar playing, yet his lyrics and singing are completely 1990s.