In the nineties David is shown in a promo photo with a DJ setup used to obtain bookings to help fill in the gaps between music performances and studio jobs. He provided music for weddings, receptions, private & company parties.
THE OUTLANDERS from WHITE SETTLEMENT, TEXAS was formed in 1966 during the members' high school years. The group, shown in the picture above consisted of (Left to Right) David Hughes, Gary Otwell, Howard Hughes and Gary Archa. In 1967 Howard left the group and Larry Tidwell was added on Bass Guitar. They performed at local dances , parties and Battle of the Bands, Their music consisted of songs by the Rolling Stones, Tommy James, The Beatles, Sam the Sham, Johnny Rivers, Chuck Berry,, the Beach Boys, the Monkees, etc., etc., etc. drh
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The Texas Twisters group was the first combo formed by David Hughes along with several other members of the Brewer Jr. High School Band at White Settlement, Tx in 1964. They performed mostly 50's popular music at local school and community functions but were not part of any official school program. Uniforms were custom turquoise vests (made by member Dwain Barker's mother), western tie with Texas on it, white shirt and pants. L-R back: Larry Tidwell on Souzaphone, David Hughes & Gary Reese on Trumpet, Gary Otwell on Baritone and John Boshers on Drums. Middle: Dwain Barker, Gerald Richardson and Mike Williams on Trombone. Front: Tommy Flanagan and Gene Parish on Saxophone.Type your paragraph here.
Just finished Looking to the Lord and The Battle (of opposing thoughts) on player to the right. Now working on another new old stock original gospel song "Come Let Me Tell You" I found on an old demo cassette. I'm planning on two others after that to make a complete new gospel album. Not sure what the other two songs will be but I know something will come to me. drh 1/15/19
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"We are destroying rainforests so quickly they may be gone in 100 years" John Vidal the Guardian's environment editor