Kenny Mims

Born: Florence, AL

Country, Rock Guitar Muscle Shoals & Nashville Studios

Source: Alabama Music Hall of Fame

 

.....In 1991, Johnson and Ward moved to Nashville, Tennessee and left their fellow band mates behind. In Nashville, the two met Kenny Mims, a music producer, who became a band member. The trio created a new sound for the band, mixing the acoustic power of Led Zeppelin III with similarly-styled folk, bluegrass, and country influences. Upon moving to Nashville, Johnson and Ward picked up Kenny Mims on guitar and utility instruments. The three musicians spent two years writing songs that would later become their debut album Stomp Revival.[2]

Capitol Records (1994-1997)

At the tail end of the grunge rock craze in 1994, Capitol Records signed Bonepony with the vision that the band was going to be the next new wave of music. In June 1995, Bonepony released its debut album Stomp Revival. During 1995-1996, in support of that album, the band toured the United States with some major musical acts including Bob Seger and Santana. During these touring years, the band also featured musicians Jason Dunaway on bass and Mickey Grimm, originally from Muscle Shoals, Alabama, on drums. In early 1996, Mims left the band and was replaced by former Walk The West fiddle/mandolin player, Mike "Tramp" Lawing, who brought a bluegrass vibe to the band with the addition of fiddle, banjo and mandolin. Tramp had moved to Nashville in 1984, landing gigs as fiddle player for The Kendalls and the Cactus Brothers before hooking up with Bonepony. In late 1996, Dunaway and Grimm left the band, yet Johnson, Ward and Tramp soldiered on as a trio......

Source: Bonepony - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Traveler's Companion, BoneponyFeeling It, BoneponyJubilee, BoneponyStomp RevivalLights in the WorldCity Limits

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Credits:
StarbuckMoonlight Feels Right/Rock 'N' Roll Rocket2009, MusicianHank Williams, Jr.Greatest Hits: Limited Edition2008, Guitar (Acoustic)Jo Dee MessinaI'm Alright/Jo Dee Messina2008, ComposerKira SmallLove in a Dangerous World2006, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), MasteringBertie HigginsUltimate Collection2005, GuitarBertie HigginsUltimate Collection2005, GuitarMarty RobbinsEssential Marty Robbins2005, GuitarLeslie MillsDifferent for Girls2003, AssistantTommy StewartTommy Stewart2003, Guitar, RhythmMovie SoundtrackWhat a Girl Wants2003, EngineerJoe DiffieEssential Joe Diffie2003, Guitar (Electric)BoneponyFun House2001, ComposerJimi JamisonEmpires (Bonus Tracks)2000, ComposerElton JohnElton John & Tim Rice's "Aida"1999, GuitarJimi JamisonSurvivor (I'm Always Here) (Baywatch Theme Single)1999, ComposerMatt KingFive O'Clock Hero1997, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), MandolinTerry BradshawTerry & Jake1996, Guitar (Electric)Various ArtistsRock Live from Mountain Stage1996, Mandolin, Vocals (Background)BoneponyStomp Revival1995, Engineer, ProducerSurvivorJim Jamison/Survivor Collection, Vol. 21994, ProducerSurvivorJim Jamison/Survivor Collection1993, ProducerHank Williams, Jr.Greatest Hits (Curb)1993, Guitar (Acoustic)Roger BallardLittle Piece of Heaven1993, Guitar (Electric)Joe DiffieHonky Tonk Attitude1993, Guitar (Electric)Waylon JenningsClean Shirt1991, Guitar (Electric)Donna UlisseTrouble at the Door1991, GuitarKenny RogersGreatest Hits (RCA)1990, Arranger, ProducerTom KimmelCircle Back Home1989, GuitarTanya TuckerStrong Enough to Bend1988Guitar (Electric)Tanya TuckerLove Me Like You Used To1987, GuitarNick KamenNick Kamen1987, GuitarLee GreenwoodChristmas to Christmas1987, GuitarMarie OsmondI Only Wanted You1987, Guitar (Electric)Dan SealsBest1987, Guitar (Electric)Billy Joe RoyalLooking Ahead1987, Guitar (Electric)Lee GreenwoodChristmas to Christmas (1990)1987, GuitarKenny RogersThey Don't Make Them Like They Used To1986, Arranger, Engineer, Producer, GuitarLee GreenwoodStreamline1985, GuitarDan SealsWon't Be Blue Anymore1985, Guitar (Electric)Hank Williams, Jr.Major Moves1984, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic)Van StephensonRighteous Anger1984, GuitarHank Williams, Jr.Strong Stuff1983, GuitarGary MorrisWhy Lady Why1983, Guitar (Electric)James GalwayWayward Wind1982, Guitar (Electric)Nigel OlssonChanging Tides1980, GuitarKoronaKorona1980, GuitarKenny RogersGreatest Hits (EMI America)1980, ArrangerBettye LaVetteTell Me a Lie1980, GuitarKenny RogersGreatest Hits (EMI America)1980, ProducerPatrick HernandezBorn to Be Alive1979, GuitarPaul DavisSouthern Tracks & Fantasies1976, GuitarThe Mighty Clouds of JoyKickin'1975, GuitarLouisiana RedLouisiana Red Sings the Blues1972, GuitarRay StevensDon't Laugh Now1900, Guitar (Electric)Roger WhittakerChanges1900.

 

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