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Gary Doyle is a talented musician, singer and songwriter who plays keyboards, guitar, bass, fiddle, mandolin, banjo, and harmonica. His musical influences range from Bluegrass to Jazz as well as his recording credits. In bars, clubs on cruise ships and in concert halls he has played professionally since the age of 16 and has performed throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, and the Caribbean. His vast studio experience has lead to recording with the Bellamy Brothers on their "Sons of Beaches" CD and their video "Big Hair". He has performed in concert opening for such name artists as Rick Norcross, Delbert McClinton, John Mayall, Earl Thomas Conley, Gatemouth Brown, LeRoy Preston, Hank Williams III, Waylon Jennings, Charlie Daniels and John McEuen. He has also performed at several music festivals including the Country & Western Festival in Zurich, Switzerland and the W.C. Handy Music Festival in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. He has received a Certificate of Esteem from the Department of Defense for patriotic service in providing entertainment to members of the armed forces. It's not just the many years of experience that makes him a valuable player, it's also the intensity that comes off the stage and the feel that he is able to give to the music.  

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Reply Gary Doyle
6:06 PM on July 6, 2016 
Hey folks go to A1A Radio and vote for Mexicoma. It's a tune Darrell Clanton wrote on the the Here in these Islands CD. I played keyboards on that recording. It is sitting at 19 in the top fourty. Trop Rock rules. Thanks