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Album Review

Using the term "lucky" to describe McGuffey Lane's career is akin to calling Shaquille O'Neal "tiny," a delicious irony not lost on the band. Call Me Lucky's jacket features a guy happily listening to his walkman, oblivious to the train bearing down on him. The imagery is not an accident given the group's tragic past of career-threatening and personal strife.

This edition of McGuffey Lane only has one holdover from the old days, guitarist John Schwab. However, the signature sound of McGuffey Lane remains. When compared to the modernized country formula led by the likes of Garth Brooks, it seems even more traditional, guaranteed to please old-timers lost in current trends. ~ Brian O'Neill, Rovi


Formed: 1972 in Columbus, OH

Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The country-rock band McGuffey Lane was founded by guitarist Terry Efaw and bass guitarist Steve Reis, who were working together as a duo called Scotch & Soda. They added lead vocalist/acoustic guitarist Bobby Gene McNelly and changed their name to McGuffey Lane after a road Reis lived on in Athens, OH. The trio later became a sextet after the addition of keyboard player Tebes Douglass, drummer Dick Smith, and guitarist John Schwab, who had been opening their shows. McGuffey Lane began playing regular...
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