Doc Holliday


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    Simple Man
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    Last Ride
  3. 3.
    Lonesome Guitar
  4. 4.
    Keep on Running
  5. 5.
    Southern Man
Doc Holliday origin can be traced to 1971 when guitarist, lead singer and songwriter Bruce Brookshire with brother Bob Brookshire formed the blues band called Roundhouse.
In 1975 Bruce became the official Roundhouse bandleader, John Samuelson joined first; Eddie Stone, Herman Nixon and Ric Skelton rounded off the original lineup soon after. By the end of the decade Roundhouse had gained the attention of Molly Hatchet’s manager creating opportunities that would see the band rechristened Doc Holliday and secure a deal with A&M Records.
Featuring the lineup of Bruce Brookshire, John Samuelson, Ric Skelton, Eddie Stone and Herman Nixon, their debut album produced by Tom Allom who is famous for his work on albums by Judas Priest, Black Sabbath, Def Leppard and more; entered Top 30 Billboard Charts with a bullet in 1981.
Going back in the studio with Tom Allom and joined by David Anderle known for his business associations with Frank Zappa and the Beach Boys; “Doc Holliday Rides Again” continued cultivating worldwide audiences and sharing tours with acts ranging from Black Sabbath, Gregg Allman, Molly Hatchet and more.
Doc Holliday third album “Modern Medicine” the futuristic production produced by Reinhold Mack​, known for his collaborations with rock bands Queen, Electric Light Orchestra, Meat Loaf and Rainbow. Mack’s production was a lot of the influence direction for the sound and truly ahead of its time, now classic music production techniques inspiring generations.


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