RAMBLERS

Back in 1961, the guitar playing Terrell brothers, Tommy and Eddie along with classmate Chris Covey found a junior high school drummer, Johnny Robinson, to play music. It was decided that the eldest brother, Eddie, would be the bass player, and Tommy would play rhythm guitar. Fellow Ramsey High School classmate, Van Veenschoten joined in to round out the group and play lead guitar. The group named themselves The Ramblers, and began playing for high school functions and fraternities and sororities in the Birmingham area. When Eddie Terrell left the band the Ramblers had no trouble in convincing Chris Convey, with the unusual nickname "The Spook, to take over on the bass.

 

 

 

 

 

Track 1     Come Back Come Back
Track 2     Hundred Miles Away
Track 3     Stop That Twistin'
Track 4     Whole Lotta Woman

Left to right in front: Van Veenschoten, Tommy Terrell and Eddie Terrell; in back Johnny Robinson on drums

The Ramblers, left to right: Chip Sanders, Chris Convey, Johnny Robinson, Tommy Terrell, Van Veenschoten

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