Ladies and Gentlemen!
With a humble heart and a shaky hand I present to you the full performance of yours truly and company live from FAME Recording Studios & Publishing Co. in historic Muscle Shoals, Alabama.
This is a full 1 hour program called Muscle Shoals to Music Row that has been airing on PBS this summer and is now available for online streaming.
This performance was filmed in late December of 2017 and I was in the fight for my life. My rebel ways and outlaw lifestyle lead me to a type 1 Diabetic deathbed.
This performance was my first show after crawling out Deaths shadow. Jacko lantern smiles and all as my closest friends held me up inside one of the most historic music sites in the world. Fame Studios.
I am now healthier than ever and have got the smile to prove it.
I want to take this chance to thank everybody who made this performance possible. From the Phillips family to Rodney Hall to the incredible crew and staff that captured the magic that flowed from the band and the night. Thank You.
So kick back and enjoy this program and spread the word if it touches you.
$15...Doors 7 PM...Music 7:30ish...BYOB...Dancing Smiles OK Family friendly
About Cody Brooks
"Gutbucket blues. Gypsy jazz. Back porch rock & roll. Cody Brooks plays it all, whipping up a raw, rootsy racket with help from a 1929 B&J Victoria parlor guitar and a voice that's as wild and roughhewn as the Tennessee backwoods. The music all started 20 minutes outside of Nashville, where Brooks' childhood home was filled with the sounds of the nearby Marrowbone Creek and his parents' 78 rpm record collection. He listened to it all: Tommy Dorsey, Robert Johnson, Hank Snow, Son House, Jimmy Hendrix. Brooks picked up the guitar as a teenager and began traveling, too, spending time in Oregon and the southwest before Nashville's music scene lured him back home. There, before he could legally drink, he started playing gigs at the blues bars downtown, tossing in his own songs between covers by R&B singers and Delta legends."
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