2018 AMG Heritage Awards Show

Steel City Sound was once again the host band for this year's AMG Heritage Awards.  This year we performed for Thelma Houston, Dee Dee Sharp, Jimmy Clanton, Danny & the Juniors, Joshua Peavey and Jeffrey Li .  We had a blast working with each of these artists!  So humble, personable and easy to work with.  We were truly blessed with the honor of being their band for this year's show.   

We also had a blast performing the transitions for awards and filler music for the show.  We look forward to doing it all again next year! 

This year's Steel City Sound: 

Alan Parr - Trumpet 
Chuck King - Trumpet 
Scooter Ward - Alto Sax 
Quincy Sanders - Tenor Sax 
Steve Collins - Bari Sax 
Marta Gregory - Piano 
Jesse Cann - Synth / Keys 
John Forbing - Electric Guitar 
Neil Gray - Electric Bass 
Jamie Simon - Drums 
Terry Webster - Director

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