Sons of the Palomino, lead by Nashville Songwriter Hall Of Fame member Jeffrey Steele, released their debut album recently to rave reviews and will now make their Grand Ole Opry debut on Saturday, July 29th. Sons of the Palomino, made up of some of the most talented instrumentalists around, is a nod to the Palomino Club in North Hollywood circa the 60’s and 70’s era and the old school country music that was played there. Following their performance at the Grand Ole Opry Sons of the Palomino will sign copies of their album, which includes duets with some of country music’s greatest voices including Emmylou Harris, John Anderson, Gretchen Wilson, Vince Gill and Jamey Johnson.
“This is my first appearance at the Grand Ole Opry since Boy Howdy debuted “She’d Give Anything” in 1994, so to say that I’m honored and filled with pride to be back with Sons of the Palomino on the Opry stage after 23 years is an understatement – it’s an absolute thrill,” said Jeffrey Steele.
Fans have been praising the lead track from the album, “Countryholic,” a fun up-tempo song with John Rich adding his trademark swagger. Sons of the Palomino, who recently taped a SiriusXM Primetime special, is made up of group members that include steel guitar legend Paul Franklin, fiddle player Larry Franklin, Jerry Roe on drums, pianist Tony Harrell, guitar player James Mitchell, bassist Brad Albin and of course Steele. Steele wrote or co-wrote all of the songs on the album with a vast array of hit makers including Mac Davis, Chris Stapleton and Chuck Cannon, all dedicated to honoring the classic country music that the Palomino Club championed. The Palomino Club closed down long ago but even after making his mark in Nashville, Steele never forget how those shows affected him as a writer, player and singer.
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