The Decoys | Live At The NuttHouse The Decoys are Muscle Shoals' legendary house band featuring the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section's bassist David Hood, Cowboy's vocalist and guitarist Scott Boyer, ace guitarist Kelvin Holly, keyboardist N.C. Thurman and drummer Mike Dillon. On their new live album they are joined by the Muscle Shoals Horns and special guest "Funky" Donnie Fritts for an exciting set of songs ranging from rock to blues to soul music.

The Decoys | Live At The NuttHouse

The Decoys are Muscle Shoals' legendary house band featuring the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section's bassist David Hood, Cowboy's vocalist and guitarist Scott Boyer, ace guitarist Kelvin Holly, keyboardist N.C. Thurman and drummer Mike Dillon. On their new live album they are joined by the Muscle Shoals Horns and special guest "Funky" Donnie Fritts for an exciting set of songs ranging from rock to blues to soul music.

Mark Narmore | This Old Wurlitzer Mark Narmore is a singer, songwriter and keyboardist from Muscle Shoals. He wrote the #1 country hit "That's What I Love About Sunday" and had songs recorded by T. Graham Brown, Toby Keith, Brandy Clark and many more. On his new album, which is a tribute to the Wurlitzer electric piano, Mark traces his soulful roots. Guests include the Muscle Shoals Horns, Wet Willie's Jimmy Hall and Mark's first cousin and Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Spooner Oldham.

Mark Narmore | This Old Wurlitzer

Mark Narmore is a singer, songwriter and keyboardist from Muscle Shoals. He wrote the #1 country hit "That's What I Love About Sunday" and had songs recorded by T. Graham Brown, Toby Keith, Brandy Clark and many more. On his new album, which is a tribute to the Wurlitzer electric piano, Mark traces his soulful roots. Guests include the Muscle Shoals Horns, Wet Willie's Jimmy Hall and Mark's first cousin and Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Spooner Oldham.

Boyer & Talton | Live At The NuttHouse Scott Boyer and Tommy Talton were the masterminds behind the band Cowboy who put out a string of classic albums on Capricorn Records in the 1970s. They also backed artists including Gregg Allman live and in the studio. Duane Allman played dobro on Cowboy's "Please Be With Me" and Eric Clapton, Gregg Allman, Levon Helm and Bonnie Bramlett recorded their songs. Boyer & Talton's new album features acoustic and stripped down versions of Cowboy songs along a few other gems from their rich catalog.

Boyer & Talton | Live At The NuttHouse

Scott Boyer and Tommy Talton were the masterminds behind the band Cowboy who put out a string of classic albums on Capricorn Records in the 1970s. They also backed artists including Gregg Allman live and in the studio. Duane Allman played dobro on Cowboy's "Please Be With Me" and Eric Clapton, Gregg Allman, Levon Helm and Bonnie Bramlett recorded their songs. Boyer & Talton's new album features acoustic and stripped down versions of Cowboy songs along a few other gems from their rich catalog.

 
The Alabama Bus Boys | Muscle Shoals to Mobile The Alabama Bus Boys consist of Mitch Mann, Mark Narmore, Jimmy Nutt and Andreas Werner and were formed in 2016 for a series of events promoting the music of the Sate of Alabama. This live album was recorded at the NuttHouse in Muscle Shoals and features acoustic renditions of songs either by Alabama born artists or originally recorded in Alabama. Wet Willie's Jimmy Hall, Scott Boyer and Donnie Fritts are featured guests on the album.

The Alabama Bus Boys | Muscle Shoals to Mobile

The Alabama Bus Boys consist of Mitch Mann, Mark Narmore, Jimmy Nutt and Andreas Werner and were formed in 2016 for a series of events promoting the music of the Sate of Alabama. This live album was recorded at the NuttHouse in Muscle Shoals and features acoustic renditions of songs either by Alabama born artists or originally recorded in Alabama. Wet Willie's Jimmy Hall, Scott Boyer and Donnie Fritts are featured guests on the album.

The Fiddleworms | Perfect Storm Formed in 1994 in Muscle Shoals, the Fiddleworms have been an area favorite for many years. Fronted by singer/main songwriter Russell Mefford and propelled by the twin lead guitars of Mitch Mann and Rob Malone (ex Drive-By Truckers), the band's sound is reminiscent of the Greatful Dead, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers and R.E.M. Their new album is a collection of their most loved songs, recorded in front of an enthusiastic hometown audience.

The Fiddleworms | Perfect Storm

Formed in 1994 in Muscle Shoals, the Fiddleworms have been an area favorite for many years. Fronted by singer/main songwriter Russell Mefford and propelled by the twin lead guitars of Mitch Mann and Rob Malone (ex Drive-By Truckers), the band's sound is reminiscent of the Greatful Dead, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers and R.E.M. Their new album is a collection of their most loved songs, recorded in front of an enthusiastic hometown audience.

Mitch Mann | Blackwater Creek Based in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, Mitch Mann is one of the area's great guitar players. Equally respected for his solo acoustic shows and his performances with his band the Mojo Mixers, he is also a member of the Fiddleworms. This album showcases Mitch Mann's acoustic side and features guest performances by Donna Jean Godchaux (ex Greatful Dead), Jimmy Hall, Mickey Buckins and members of the Muscle Shoals Horns.

Mitch Mann | Blackwater Creek

Based in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, Mitch Mann is one of the area's great guitar players. Equally respected for his solo acoustic shows and his performances with his band the Mojo Mixers, he is also a member of the Fiddleworms. This album showcases Mitch Mann's acoustic side and features guest performances by Donna Jean Godchaux (ex Greatful Dead), Jimmy Hall, Mickey Buckins and members of the Muscle Shoals Horns.