The Mercy Lounge
in Nashville TN
in the historic
Cannery Row,
off 8th Avenue
Jimmy Hall
Along with having a
solo career, Jimmy
Hall was lead singer  
and harmonica player
for Wet Willie, singing
on hit records
Street Corner Sarenade
Keep On Smilin', Country
Side Of Life, Dixie Rock,
Leona, and Weekend.
He was the vocalist on
Jeff Beck's 1985
album "Flash". Hall is
a part of the Nashville
blues scene and has
recently toured as a
member of Hank
Williams Jr's band.
Ed King
was a member of
Lynyrd Skynyrd and
co-wrote many songs
Sweet Home
. It is his
voice you can hear
counting off the tune
before lauching into
his famous
Stratocaster riff.
He was also a
member of the
Strawberry Alarm
clock, writing
the classic 60's hit
Incense And
King, now
lives in Nashville
Jeff Carlisi
guitarist for
Thirty Eight
Special played on
many hit songs
Hold On Loosely,
Wild-Eyed Southern
Boys, If I'd Only Been
The One, Caught Up
In You, Back Where
You Belong,
Teacher Teacher,
Fantasy Girl,
Like No Other Night,
Same Ole Feeling,
Rockin' In To The
and the 1989
moving ballad
Second Chance.
Dean Daughtery
is in the  
70's band, the
Atlanta Rhythm
Section and played
on hits including
Doraville, So Into You,
Imaginary Lover,
Champagne Jam, I'm
Not Gonna Let It Bother
Me Tonight, Spooky,
Do It Or Die
, plus
some really cool
mellow ARS tunes
All Night Rain,
Neon Nights,
Dog Days,
Georgia Rhythm, &
Angel (What In The
World's Come Over Us).
Artimus Pyle
ex-drummer for
Lynyrd Skynyrd,
Artimus Pyle
played drums at the
Deep South show.
He played on many
hits Skynyrd songs
such as Saturday Night
Special, That Smell,
What's Your Name and
was in the "Freebird
The Movie". He was
also in the tragic 1977
Lynyrd Skynyrd plane
crash near Gillsburg
Mississippi that killed
six people
"Deep South"
Southern Rock Legends
August 17, 2005 :  Nashville, Tennessee
* The Mercy Lounge at the Cannery *
Pictures by Jimbo Hagey Junior
Wet Willie singer Jimmy Hall
He sung Keep On Smilin'
Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist Ed King
He performed Sweet Home Alabama
38 Special guitarist Jeff Carlisi
He played Second Chance
Atlanta Rhythm Section
keyboard player
Dean Daughtery
(shown in picture).
Also in the band
was ARS band
Robert Nix
They Performed
So Into You
Lynyrd Skynyrd drummer Artimus Pyle
And, of course, they did Freebird
Artimus Pyle,
shown on the right,
(with a Skynyrd fan)
Deep South
plays a New Years Eve show
on December 31, 2006
at the Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville
A New Years Eve celebration with Deep South at the Wildhorse Saloon
Band members for Deep South at New Years Eve included:
Jimmy Hall (Wet Willie) - Artimus Pyle (Lynyrd Skynyrd)
Dean Daughtry & Don Nix (from the Atlanta Rhythm Section)
Chris Hicks (Marshall Tucker Band) Hal McCormack (Surviver)
Other bands that helped bring in the 2007 New Year included:
Locash Cowboys - The Devonshires - Steve Holy.
If anyone has pictures to this show, let me know!
Thanks to Classic Rock Radio Station 97.1 WRQQ  for the tickets
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