Formed in Maryville, TN, Highway 33 is a group that brings a diversity of music to the table. The combination of southern rock-n-roll, mixed with old country, country pop and swampy blues is getting this group noticed around East Tennessee. Highway 33 epitomizes versatility, musicianship, and a passion for the music that they play.
Randy Goodman is the band’s front man. He's a Maryville, TN native and is a very talented musician, singer, and songwriter. He plays acoustic guitar, electric guitar and harp. He is a soulful vocalist that can deliver a sultry ballad, moan the blues, or he can rock the house…either way, you will be entertained. Ray Stewart is the band's bass guitar player. He began playing guitar at 10 years old. He was on the road with a gospel band as a teenager and has continued playing throughout the area all his life. He is multi-talented as he plays several instruments, and sings harmony. This band has a blend of vocals and harmonies that create a powerhouse of entertainment! Danny Hutchins has been playing with the group off and on for many years. He is a marvelous entertainer, singer, harmonica, and keyboard player. He adds his share of humor, as well as harmony to this group. He has been in the business for many years, playing sessions and with bands throughout the area. He also is the keyboard player for 3DC, the Celebration show for Three Dog Night, that includes Michael McMeel, former drummer from the original band, Three Dog Night. The newest addition to the band is Alan Williams. He is the drummer that has been pushing/guiding this band recently. He began observing big bands at age nine and playing drums at age 12. He performed at sock-hops in the mid-60's in Maryville, TN. By age 17, he was performing six nights a week. He traveled and played with bands throughout the United States. By age 27, the 70's, he was recording in Nashville, TN. Music brings him joy, and it is expressed in his playing!
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This is HIGHWAY 33…