He is a drummer who performed with The Flying Burrito
Brothers during 1982 on their Coast to Coast tour.
He became the drummer for The Whites sometime after
having made demos for Rick and Janis Carnes and has been credited with
introducing them to their No. 9 hit “Pins and Needles” which was written by
The Burrito Brothers’ John Beland.
He later recorded with The White’s dobro player Jerry
Douglas and has performed on many other recordings with artists that
include Glenn Worf, Bela Fleck, Edgar Meyer, Mark O’Connor and Ricky Skaggs
to name just a few.
The albums he has appeared on include Changing
Channels and Under the Wire by Jerry Douglas, Cajun Saturday
Night by D.L. Menard, So I’ll Ride by The New Coon Creek Girls, New
Dreams and Sunshine by Rhondda Vincent as well as the compilations Louisiana
Scrapbook and Cajun Spice.