Dave Gibson (b. 1 October 1956, El Dorado, Arkansas, USA) was a folk musician in Chicago in the 70s, although he grew up influenced by the music of Hank Williams, Eddy Arnold and Elvis Presley. He moved to Nashville as a singer-songwriter in 1982. Several of his songs have been recorded by well-known artists, such as GÇÿJukebox In My MindGÇÖ (Alabama) and GÇÿShips That DonGÇÖt Come InGÇÖ (Joe Diffie). The Gibson/Miller Band were formed in 1990 when Doug Johnson, the Vice President/producer at Epic Records, introduced Gibson to Blue Miller (b. 15 July 1952, Detroit, Michigan, USA), who had worked with Bob Seger and Isaac Hayes, and who at the time had no interest in country music. Johnson filled out their sound with bass player Bryan Grassmeyer (b. 6 June 1954, Nebraska, USA, ex-Vince Gill, Suzy Bogguss), steel guitarist Mike Daly (b. 11 June 1955, Cleveland, Ohio, USA) and ex-Sweethearts Of The Rodeo drummer Steve Grossman (b. 3 April 1962, West Islip, New York, USA). Where ThereGÇÖs Smoke was well received and the singles GÇÿBig HeartGÇÖ and GÇÿHigh RollinGÇÖGÇÖ were US country chart hits. Red, White And Blue Collar includes a cover version of Waylon JenningsGÇÖ and Willie NelsonGÇÖs GÇÿMammas, DonGÇÖt Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be CowboysGÇÖ.Portions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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