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DAVE "SHOOTER" DUPLISSEY - Inducted into the Louisiana Music Hall of fame in 2000 and again in 2002 Dave has been the horn section leader for the Harmon Drew group since 1990 and is recognized as the premier saxophone player of Louisiana. Dave has played in the past with Etta James, John Fred and
the Playboys with the international number one Billboard hit "Judy In Disguise". An avid fisherman from Alexandria, Dave is a retired television producer, now record producer for Saxphobia Records & Talent with five saxophone instrumental CD's to his credit. Founder of Uptown Jazz & Variety, Dave is available to perform as a solo or with two brass guys from the Harmon Drew Super Group.

JOHN LE BOEUF - John has been a member of the Harmon Drew Super Group since May of 1999. Johns first "Garage Band" gigs dates back to the summer of 69, marking over 40 years of musical activity. During the 70s, Johns musical activities warranted full time status as he pursued a Music Degree at Nicholls State University in Thibodeaux, La. in the late 70s. During the day, John works at KLAX-TV, Central Louisiana’s ABC affiliate.

ALAN ROBERTS - Born and raised in Winnfield, Louisiana, Alan has played with the best of them, including Delbert McClinton, Percy Sledge and a host of  country and western performers. In the 70's and 80's, he toured the southern states with a regionally famous group, the Brumley Brothers, later known as Fire.  Now residing in Many, Louisiana, he enjoys rocking and recording with the Harmon Drew Super Group.


A beautiful songbird, "Z" is much sought after for church and stage performances.  Besides her incredible vocal range, she is an incredibly good person -- though with questionable taste, as she is married to Mike Morris.  A native of Alexandria, Zelma is den mother to the band. She has been featured in dozens of TV commercials.

Lead singer and master showman for the band is Mike Morris, who operates MORRIS FURNITURE STORE in Many, Louisiana.  A veteran of numerous big-time recording sessions in the 60's, Mike has seen it all.  His voice just keeps getting better and better.  He is also an avid fisherman and an accomplished cook.  He asked that we put in this space that he has recliners on special this week.

Ken grew up playing blues and rock guitar in various garage bands.  He enjoyed a long stint on the famous Bossier Strip playing with the classic rock combo, My Generation. A Natchitoches native, Ken now resides in Shreveport, Louisiana.  "KC" is the third strong vocalist in the band. Kenny consistently rates in the top 5 of all Shreveport-Bossier musicians in SB magazine's poll of its readership. Kenny puts the BLUES in the rhythm and blues!

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R H Y T H M    S E C T I O N

A fifth-generation Judge and a first-generation keyboard man, this
full-bodied performer makes things tick. In addition to his legal and
musical gigs, Harmon tirelessly teaches criminal law. He handles the band's bidness. CLICK HERE TO EMAIL HARMON NOW!  

From road manager to music store owner to recording studio engineer to performing guitarist, Don has always pursued his passion for music. Born and raised in Natchitoches, he has played with such diverse groups as The Living Room Band, Short Notice, Billy O'Con & The Convicts, El Kabong! and now The Harmon Drew Super Group. In the real world, he tames computers for a living.

The band's drummer, Sammy just retired after 22 years as a Louisiana Juvenile Probation Officer. An avid racquetball fan, Brother Nix is known far and wide as a superb percussionist. Played Vegas in the 70's with Kris Michaels. Sammy looks forward to playing with the Super Group another 20 years, unless he gets the call from Lester "Road Hog" Moran to go on the road.  All right now.

James started playing in bands in the early 60s with the infamous Frats, the first rock and roll band in Sabine Parish. He has since played bass guitar with local and regional bands such as the Rock Foundation, the James Dean Band, Fat Chance, The Turn-Ups and the Harmon Drew Super Group in Louisiana, Georgia and Arkansas. James first played with Harmon Drew in the early 70s before moving to Georgia to begin his Social Work Carrier. He returned to Louisiana in the 1990s and came back to the HDSG in 2010.




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