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Pirates of the Mississippi
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    Formed in Nashville, Tennessee
    Bill McCorvey - Guitars & Lead Vocals
    Rich Alves - Electric Guitars & Background Vocals
    Dean Townson - Bass Guitar & Background Vocals
    Jimmy Lowe - Drums
    Pat Severs - Dobro & Steel Guitars
    Recorded 'Feed Jake,' 'Til I'm Holding You Again,' 'Honky Tonk Blues,' 'Dream You,' 'Too Much,' 'A Street Man Named Desire,' 'Rollin' Home,' and '911'
    Even though their name is 'Pirates of the Mississippi,' none of the members are from Mississippi.
    They were a one-hit wonder.
    After 'Feed Jake' hit golds, they failed to follow up with more hits.
    They originated as a studio band, recording for other artists.
    After the success of 'Pirates of the Mississippi' and 'Walk the Plank' all their remaining albums were a commercial failure.
    Some of their songs deal with serious issues.
    They stuck to their traditional country roots.
    'A Street Man Named Desire' is concerned with homeless and poverty.

Credit: Ricky

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