Al Carmichael

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Al Carmichael
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Background Information

Origin

Detroit

Genre

Rock, Pop, Blues

Years Active

1965 - Present

Born

1951

Occupation

Guitarist

Instruments

Guitar, Vocals

Associated Acts

The Blue Cat Band
Von Zippers
Surf Zup
Bar None
Barbecue Brothers

About

Al Carmichael is the consummate musician. He began playing at age 1, played his first gig at 15, began writing songs at 16.

One of the founding members of the southern rock band Radar in the 1960's, his touring experience includes the national folk circuit with Peter Bowen, and country/country-rock with Bliss, the Honkey-Tonk Angels, and Bustin' Loose.

His numerous industry achievements include 500 session hours at Holland-Dozier-Holland studios during the '70s and while under contract with Nashville's Shed house publishing he co-wrote the #1 national country hit "What kind of fool do you think I am" with Gary Griffin, plus songs for Davis Daniel, Dawn Sears, The Smokin' Armadillos and Johnny Rodriguez.

Discography

Albums:


Videos


External Links

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Bandcamp
YouTube Channel