Tuscumbia, AL – The dynamic trio, Three Wheel Drive will perform a benefit show for the Alabama Music Hall of Fame in the lobby of the museum Tuesday, April 21 at 7:00 pm.
The group is composed of Jim Seales, Donnie Carpenter and Mitchell Curtis, and has entertained audiences with weekly appearances at Flobama in Florence for a number of years, before ending their run there last year.
Seales was the guitarist with Shenandoah during the bands formative years, while Carpenter, a Shoals native, played on Jerry Reed’s album The Bird, recorded at Fame Recording Studio in Muscle Shoals. He has toured with artists Blake Shelton, Rebecca Lynn Howard, Heartland, and Three On a String and performed with Collin Raye, Ricky Skaggs, Gary Nichols, James LeBlanc, Angela Hacker, Paul Thorn, Marty Raybon, Lenny LeBlanc, Billy Lawson, Mark Collie, Daron Norwood, Alabama members Teddy Gentry, Jeff Cook, the Grammy award-winning group Shenandoah, and many others. Curtis is guitarist, bassist and one of the harmony singers from the Shoals area. He is also a member of the Kerry Gilbert Band.
“This is another example of amazing talent from Alabama that supports the Alabama Music Hall of Fame” said Dixie Griffin, manager of the museum. “The quality of music you’ll hear is outstanding and is showcased right here at your back door. So come to the Alabama Music Hall of Fame and be a part of this great show!”
Tickets are $15, and can be purchased at the Alabama Music Hall of Fame or by calling 256-381-4417. Limited Seating. Cash bar available.
Contact: Dixie Griffin
Tel: (256) 831-4417