Though the Allman Brothers and Lynyrd Skynyrd enjoyed more commercial success – Macon, Georgia’s Wet Willie were among the most soulful, hard-rocking, hard-working, and influential ensembles from the Southern rock genre which they helped establish in the 1970s.
Founding bassist Jack Hall, who is still going strong on the bandstand with his charismatic front-man brother Jimmy in a revamped line-up of Willie, is the consummate pocket-player with a funky disposition akin to the Motown, Muscle Shoals, Memphis greats.
Jack Hall Sound & Vision…
“Grits Ain’t Groceries!” https://youtu.be/vUeXW7LeAig
“Keep On Smilin’” https://youtu.be/zLXRqWoWOuQ
“That’s All Right” https://youtu.be/2IfU3ZPiuLc