Exclusive songwriting contract with Buckhorn Music Publishers, owned by Hall-of-Fame Songwriter Marijohn Wilkin (For the Good Times, One day at a Time, Long Black Veil, PT 109, etc.)

Lead singer for band, Mesquite, appearing as opening act for numerous national recording acts

Cast as one of the "Bundy Brothers" in CBS-TV movie Country Gold, starring Loni Anderson, Earl Holliman, and the Bellamy Brothers

Cast as Hank Williams, Jr.'s piano player in NBC-TV movie Living Proof, starring Richard Thomas, Clu Gulager, and Merle Kilgore

Regular cast member on The Ralph Emery Show, WSMV-TV, Nashville (highest rated locally-produced television show in the nation)

Daily cast member on The Country Boy Eddie, WDCH-TV, Birmingham, Alabama

House entertainer for the Country Music Wax Museum, singing for people from literally all over the world

Named “King of the Music Row Troubadours”, by  Nashville music journalist and critic,  Robert  K. Oermann

Performed at Kentucky Derby four years

Performed for Governor of Kentucky’s Christmas prayer breakfast

Lead singer for band, Twang City, which toured the Southeast and  Midwest

Lead singer and guitarist for band, Bluebonnet Plague

Performed in clubs, restaurants, and private engagements as singer and humorist

Original songs recorded by Earl Thomas Conley, Asleep at the Wheel, Hank Williams, Jr., George Jones, and Confederate Railroad

Broadcast Music, Inc. –  affiliated songwriter

Numerous commercial jingles for radio and television

Numerous appearances at charity benefits for  organizations such as the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Shriner’s Hospital, S.P.C.A., M.A.D.D., March of Dimes, Boy’s and Girl’s Town, etc.

Two years weekly performer at Charleston's finest resort, Wild Dunes

Solo act and bandleader of multiple other rock-and-country bands

Four years touring Texas Gulf Coast with the Texas Rip Tones
   
                                                                            Now working out of Greenville, SC

                                                                                             Fun begins with one ‘f’!