Steel guitarist who was a member of the short-lived Spurzz back in the 1980s and went on to become an engineer, producer, and session musician.
In 1994, he performed on Will LeBlanc’s Relentless Pursuit. He went on to produce Wade Quick’s self-titled album in 2000. In 2001, he played steel on Mark McGuinn’s eponymous effort. He did the same on Bruce Greaves’ 2004 album, Invisible Man. In 2005, he teamed up with Wade Quick again, producing A Rebel Remains. Another young musician he helped out was Cole Taylor: He engineered, performed on, and produced his 2009 debut, That’ll Always Be Home to Me. He also produced Kirsten Underwood’s self-penned “’72 Chevy”.
Gary works out of Studio D, which is located in Moultrie, Georgia.
Comboy Stomp! (Buzz Cason/Freddy Weller)
Here is “Roll Him On” by Jimmy James and the Hot Grease Band which Gary recorded and produced…