INTERVIEWED FOR "THE ESSENTIAL ELVIS"
Beginning on page 59 of the January/February/March issue of
THE ELVIS MAG (www.essentialelvis.com),
writer Trevor Simpson gives us a surprising
glimpse into the little-known connection between
the “King” and singer-songwriter, Dobie Gray.
Great reading for fans of both Artists!
DOBIE SHINES IN "NOBLE THINGS"
Dobie, along with Mark Chesnutt, Tracy Byrd, Tracy
Lawrence, Blaine Larsen, Nikki Williams, Zona
Jones, The Rachels, Clay Walker, Pam Tillis, Bo
Bice, Lane Turner, Drew Davis Band and Brock
Goodwin, is featured on the soundtrack to a new
film entitled Noble Things, opening Oct.30,
Find out more about the film and where you can
Find out how you can buy the soundtrack album
CD SET FOR SPRING 2008
Along with co-writers, Bud Reneau and Ricky Ray
(pictured at left), a new, all-original CD by
Dobie is planned for Late-Spring, 2008 release.
ROCKS THE SCHERMERHORN
Dobie recently performed at Nashville’s
Schermerhorn Symphony Hall’s First, Annual
Musicians Hall Of Fame Inductees Awards
presentation. Owing to the talents of Joe
Chambers, musicians and singers from all corners
came and made November 26, 2007 a night to
remember – adding another Hurrah! to Nashville’s
famed Music legacy.
Hal Blaine, who played Drums on Dobie’s 1965,
Classic “The “In” Crowd” was there. Mike Leech and
Reggie Young, who gave "Drift Away" its signature
licks where also among the inductees. He sang “My
Girl,” with The Funk Brothers Band, and mingled
with old friends and new Artists during the
event’s “After-party, held at the Musicians Hall
Of Fame, downtown. Dobie’s sentiment: “It’s about
Earlier in the year, Dobie was in the studio with
Singer-Songwriter-Producer Robin Blakeney, where
he pitched in on vocals with new-comer, Craig
MORE STUDIO NEWS
In June, 2007, Dobie, along with Hal Ketchum,
Graham Russell (Air Supply), and Producer Charlie
Kelly were at Omni Sound Studios, in Nashville,
for duets with five-time Grammy Nominee,
Singer/Accordion player Lyn Marie White for her
new CD, scheduled for release 2008.
Pictured at left are Charlie Kelly,
Lyn Marie, Hal Ketchum, Graham Russell and Dobie.
TELLS IT HOW HE SAW IT
A nearly completed autobiography, "The Other Side
Of The Mountain", by Dobie is on the calendar for