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The Ballad of Thunder Road
The Ballad of Thunder Road. Video recorded July 6, 2017 at WRFG Radio [89.3] in Atlanta, Georgia. We were playing LIVE in the studios of WRFG for the "Sagebrush Boogie" show hosted by Dave Chamberlain.

Honeysuckle Rose
Honeysuckle Rose. Video recorded June 2016 at Venkman's in the Old 4th Ward in Atlanta, Georgia. We were playing a Saturday Jazz Brunch and the event was streamed LIVE by Springer Mountain Farms.

What A Wonderful World
What A Wonderful World - Recorded live at Steve's Live Music in Sandy Springs, Georgia. We were playing a benefit for our good friend Frank Hamilton (of The Weavers fame) in a memorial to his late wife, Mary Hamilton. [Sunday, March 31, 2015] L-R: Marty Martin-trumpet/vocal; L.A. Tuten-bass; Rocky Ball-banjo.

B - L - T (Ball's Latin Tune)
B • L • T [Ball's Latin Tune]. Video recorded March 3, 2014 in Chamblee, Georgia. An original composition by Rocky Ball, Marty Martin, L.A. Tuten and Hal Johnson. The 'hook' was to create an additional Latin tune for our regular nightly repertoire and to showcase some percussion on the banjo head! Added August, 2014.

Below see 3 videos from the 1980s that were placed on YouTube® by 'onlookers' who happened upon the band at some public performance and shot video on their own. (This would be the first generation of regulars).

Cakewalkin' Babies From Home
Featuring the late Ernie Carson on cornet, the late Herman Foretich on clarinet and the late Peanuts Fitch on banjo with Ruby Reds Band founder Hal Johnson on tuba. The band played hundreds of commercial gigs for store openings, sales and promotions. This was probably the opening of a Cub Foods grocery store in Atlanta in the late 1970s.

Doctor Jazz
Featuring the late Ernie Carson on cornet, the late Herman Foretich on clarinet and the late Peanuts Fitch on banjo with Ruby Reds Band founder Hal Johnson on tuba. The band played hundreds of commercial gigs for store openings, sales and promotions. This was probably the opening of a Cub Foods grocery store in Atlanta in the late 1970s.

China Boy
Featuring the late Ernie Carson on cornet, the late Herman Foretich on clarinet and the late Peanuts Fitch on banjo with Ruby Reds Band founder Hal Johnson on tuba. The band played hundreds of commercial gigs for store openings, sales and promotions. This was probably the opening of a Cub Foods grocery store in Atlanta in the late 1970s.

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