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In early 2008, he assumed the role of permanent rhythm guitarist.
The tour was billed as Voo Doo Chile and featured works of Jimi Hendrix as well as original material from both Gales and Stevens.
In February 2013, Magna Carta released the Mike Varney produced Pinnick Gales Pridgen, featuring Gales on guitar and vocals, d Ug Pinnick on bass and vocals, and Thomas Pridgen on drums.
Drummer Michael Mc Manus is the most recent addition to the band, having joined in 2008.
The group has opened for dozens of major recording artists including 3 Doors Down and Hinder, and has appeared in numerous magazine, radio, television appearances, as recently as March 24, 2008 on CBS televisions "Live at 9". Shinedown Zach joined Shinedown as a touring rhythm guitarist in 2005, before becoming their temporary bassist after the departure of Brad Stewart in 2007.
the touring group of musicians included Billy Cox, Eric Johnson, Chris Layton, Doyle Bramhall II, Brad Whitford, and was the last tour that Mitch Mitchell played on.
In the winter of 2010, Gales returned to the touring circuit in Europe with TM Stevens on bass guitar and Keith Le Blanc on drums.
The band was founded by lead singer and guitarist Zach Myers, a Beale Street based, internationally touring blues artist from age 14.
In 2004, he contributed a cover of "May This Be Love" to the album Power of Soul: A Tribute to Jimi Hendrix.
In 2008, he, along with other guitarists, participated in the touring tribute to Jimi Hendrix, Experience Hendrix.
The 13 track album featured one cover song, "Sunshine of Your Love", originally by Cream, one short instrumental based on Ludwig van Beethoven's "Für Elise", and the remaining songs written by some combination of Pinnick, Gales, Pridgen and Varney.
Career The Fairwell The Fairwell is a rock band from Memphis, Tennessee.
His older siblings, Eugene and Manuel (Little Jimmy King), took to teaching him many songs and licks at a young age, in the style of Jimi Hendrix, Albert King, B. Although Gales plays a right-handed guitar "upside-down" (with the E-bass string on the bottom), he is not naturally left-handed; he was taught by his brother who is left-handed and never second-guessed the untraditional technique.
In 1985, the young Gales began to play at blues competitions with his brother Eugene backing him on bass.