Set your calendars and grab your dancing shoes while focusing your GPS to one of the last true honkytonk roadhouses, on October 19th at the famous Colonel’s Tom’s Tavern on Lake Martin located near Dadeville, Alabama. You’ll be set for a grand old time of true blue outlaw, foot stomp-in, country music mixed with the bluest of the blues, featuring the Wayne Mills Band and Johnny Neel.
Sponsored by Miller Lite and presented, promoted, and produced by David Fuller Entertainment your sure to enjoy not only the best music in town but you’ll meet some the most amazing talent the music industry has to offer. When David Fuller Entertainment and Wayne Mills Band hit the mix your gonna have a crowd ready for music, fun, and Miller Lite.
The Wayne Mills Band with lead man Wayne Mills himself started 2012 off with a bang entertaining fans at show’s with Merle Haggard and Jamey Johnson. Wayne recently released his 7th studio album and his single “She Knows the Words to Every Song” has had sky rocketing airplay throughout the south and up the east coast. Known for his rough outlaw image and his raw country appeal Wayne has a fan base that reaches clear across the Atlantic Ocean where his song “The Last Honky Tonk” made the top 100 and top 30 songs on the European charts this year hitting at #28.
Legendary keyboardist, singer/songwriter and entertainer Johnny Neel recently received the Life Time Achievement award from the 2012 Grammy’s for his work with the Allman Brothers. This year he will have released eight albums and has had his songs recorded by artists such as Montgomery Gentry, Delbert McClinton, and John Mayall, just to name a few. His name is legendary through out the music industry. His work with the Allman Brothers and a band called Blue Floyd comprised of members Marc Ford (Black Crowes), the late Allen Woody (Gov’t Mule), Matt Abts also of Gov’t Mule, and Berry Oakley Jr from the OKB Band & Bloodline has shown his remarkable talents and creative gifts as an entertainer and song writer.
“This show will without a doubt become legend.” David Fuller