Offers a unique blend of classic rock, blues & jazz featuring four of the southís finest musicians:
Dave Lamar James (piano, guitar, vocals), Keith White (bass &vocals) Gene Hilbert (guitar & vocals), and Justin Collins (drums).
Combined over 150 years experience in the music business.

Here are a few .MP3 recordings from the "Luck Of The Draw" repertoire for you to enjoy.
Click the links to listen assorted tunes.

Beast Of Burden.mp3    Day Tripper.mp3    Them Changes.mp3

Luck Of The Draw
Gene Hilbert: A forty year music veteran in the performing arts including recording projects and theoretical studies, six off Broadway musicals, and thousands live performances. Performing solo and with full symphonic productions has placed Gene in a category far beyond those of mortal chord bangers. Ranging from landmark theaters, resorts, country clubs, and smoke filled taverns from Goose Rocks Beach Me. to Fort Zachary Taylor, Key West, Fl. Most notably performance was for President Gerald Ford, Queen Elizabeth II & Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. The combination of his guitar and vocals, produce an extraordinary, dynamic, and charismatic performance. Audiences enthusiastically display both amazement and respect for this uniquely talented entertainer. Studio & label owner Dark Horse Productions & Schitty Records http://www.darkhorseproductions.org

Keith White: Known internationally as k-dub, keeperodafunk, has played bass and guitar for 40 years, studied music at Georgia State University and has performed in Atlanta and the southeast for decades both as a leader and as a sideman covering all sorts of musical genres from gospel to avant-garde. The past few years have found him studying with some of the worlds greatest bassist and musicianís including Victor Wooten, Steve Bailey, Jimmy Haslip, Mike Pope, Gary Willis, Gerald Veasley and Gregg Bissonnette. Keith has performed or recorded with Tinsley Ellis, Barry Richman, Gerry Byrd (Freddy Cole), Eric Essex and Dr. Dan Matrazzo. He has recorded a jazz fusion record with Steve Freeman, founder of the Atlanta Institute of Music and a straight ahead jazz record with his own group, The Jay Norem/Keith White Quartet, on which he played upright bass. This band most recently played at the 2010 Atlanta Jazz Festival. http://www.funknotes.com
Luck Of The Draw
Song List

After Midnight Evilways Margaritaville The Letter
Ain't No Sunshine Fast As You Masquerade The Sky Is Crying
All Shook Up Folsom Prison Blues Moon Dance The Trill Is Gone
Bad Moon Risin' Freeway Jam Mustang Sally Them Changes
Beast Of Burden Free Ride My Girl Then You Can Tell Me Good-bye
Before You Accuse Me Funk 49 On Broadway Those Shoes
Black Magic Woman Going Down Peaceful Easy Feeling Tore Down
Born To Be Wild Gimme Three Steps Pirate Looks At 40 Too Rolling Stone
Born Under A Bad Sign Good Time Charlie Pretty Woman Trouble No More
Breakdown Hard To Handle Pride & Joy Truck Driving Man
Breezin' Have A Cigar Purple Haze Tuff Enuff
Brown Eyed Girl Higher Ground Reeling In The Years Tupelo Honey
Call Me The Breeze How Long Red House Turn The Page
Can't Get Enough Honkytonk Woman Rocky Mountain Way Tush
Cause We've Ended As Lovers I Can't Tell You Why Sensitive Kind Whipping Post
Cinnamon Girl I Got You ( I Feel Good ) Shanty Witchy Woman
Closer To Home I Know A Little Sharp Dressed Man Wildfire
Cocaine In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed Sleepwalk Willin'
Cold Shot In The Midnight Hour Smokiní Gun Wonderful Tonight
Come Together I Guess I love You To Much Soul Man You Can Leave Your Hat On
Crazy I Shot The Sheriff Spooky House Of Blues
Crossroads Jet Airliner St. James Infirmary Unchain My Heart
Cross-town Traffic Lay Down Sally Still Got The Blues It's All Over Now
Day Tripper Littlewing Stormy
Desperado Little Sister Stormy Monday
Dixie Chicken Long Train Running Stray Cat Strut
Do It Again Love To Watch Her Strut Stuck In The Middle With You
Dock Of The Bay Main Street Superstition
Doctor My Eyes Mama Tried Tax Man
Dreams I'll Never See Manic Depression Tequila Sunrise

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Revised: 2010/07/01