McBride & The Ride To Play First Nashville Show in 20 Years
McBride and the Ride will play their first Nashville gig in over 20 years on February 10 at 3rd & Lindsley.
The 90s hitmakers, who reunited in 2021, will also be recording new music for release later this year. The trio, consisting of Terry McBride, Ray Herdon and Billy Thomas, team up again for the new project with producer and engineer Chuck Ainlay, who mixed and engineered their 1990 album, burn the road.
Known for their three-part harmonies and honky-tonk sounds, the trio charted four albums on MCA, racking up several top five singles and receiving CMA and ACM nominations for Vocal Group of the Year before finally disbanding in 1995.
In the years that followed, McBride became a well-known Nashville songwriter, with over 25 Brooks & Dunn tracks, as well as tracks recorded by Garth Brooks, George Strait, Reba McEntire and many others. He has just released his first solo album, rebels and angels, in October 2020.
Member Ray Herndon is Lyle Lovett’s longtime lead guitarist and member of his Large Band, while also being a successful songwriter, co-writing Kenny Chesney’s hit “Me and You”. Member Billy Thomas is Vince Gill’s longtime drummer, adding background vocals to many of his songs, and is also part of the revered Nashville-based Western Swing band, the Time Jumpers.
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