JACK LEE & THE DRIVERS
1966 - 1970
In 1966 Gene Sullivan, (When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again), who owned a recording studio, called me occasionally to record with his clients. On one of those sessions I played on a demo for a young vocalist named Jack Lee and that began a long time friendship and one of my longest working relationships in music, and we played most of the popular venues of that era. I played steel with Jack Lee & The Drivers until 1970 when I decided to quit music to focus on my career with the Oklahoma City Fire Department and to complete my college degree. I did not play music again until 1984 after I retired from the Fire Department.
(Background Music by the Drivers)
Westwood Village Amusement Park
Appearing with Tex Beneke and The Glen Miller Orchestra
l. to r.) Ken DeWitt Gene Jones Kelly Q'ueller Jack Lee Tex Beneke Oklahoma City Mayor Jim Norick
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