Fiddleworms

Rock Group Florence, AL

Source: Alabama Music Hall of Fame


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Official Web Site: http://www.fiddleworms.com


The Fiddleworms is an American rock music group from Muscle Shoals, Alabama.[1] The band was originally formed in 1994 by Russell Mefford, Chris Quillen, Scott Kennedy, and Matt Ross. Later, Rob Malone (formerly of the Drive-By Truckers), David MacKay (husband of Donna Jean Godchaux-MacKay formerly of the Grateful Dead and who appeared in the first Grammy-winning video, Elephant Parts),[2] Mitch Mann, Clint Bailey and Daniel Ledford, would join the band.

The bands latest release is Volkswagen Catfish 2008.

The band known as Fiddleworms was formed in 1994 and is signed with Heart of Gold Records.

Fiddleworms play a wide array of original songs as well as several covers. Their music includes elements of original and traditional rock, southern alternative, jazz, reggae and folk[3] They are featured each year as a regular act at the W. C. Handy Music Festival.

Members: Russell Mefford, Matt Ross, Rob Malone, Clint Bailey, John Tombyll

Past members: Chris Quillen, Scott Kennedy, Chalmers Davis Mike Roberts

Discography:

Yellowhammer (1996), Year of The Cock (2005), Live Bait (2007), Volkswagen Catfish (2008)

Notes:

1^ Volkswagen Catfish, Swampland Review, Retrieved August 20, 2008.

2^ Elephant Parts, imdb, Retrieved March 22, 2009

3^ Volkswagen Catfish, Homegrown Music, Retrieved September 25, 2008.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fiddleworms

 

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