The Lucky Doggs

A "kick-ass" Southern blues band with shades and colors of an era gone by. The music is diverse and powerful, fueled by screaming twin guitars, gutsy vocals, and all riding on a velvet blanket of an R&B rhythm section.

The original music ranges from Louisiana rockin' blues, to hard driving Southern Rock, laced with storytelling ballads, and lined with the funk.  Packed full of new music, Johnny and The Band are headed to the studio for a new record.  The New Record will lean further to the Blues side as did the first record " Louisiana Boggie" . Johnny has written quite a bit of Material since " No Pain , No Gain " , and will be cutting at least Two CDs this year . One being Titled , " If You Wanna See A Rainbow , Got To Have a Little Rain" and then the other " Hard Times" , something Johnny is very familiar with.  Don't miss a chance to catch a show!  This is going to be an exciting year , and a long overdue opportunity to record with longtime partner ," Luther Wamble" again , as well as the Enginering expertice of New Keyboardist," Keith Lee" .

Keith Lee


Keyboard

After studying Music Performance at The University of North Texas in Denton, Keith returned home to The Alabama Gulf Coast.  There he began playing with numerous bands including a short stint backing up the infamous " Ray Sawyer "  known as Dr Hook .  Keith played locally with many great local  talents such as Robby Catlin "Backwater" , Beverly Jo Scott , Lisa Mills , Lil Greenwood , Julie Sweet and many more.

David Padgett


Drummer

Once again active on Mobile's music scene, working with the notorious Johnny Barbato and his band of gypsies, David very much considers himself to be a—–LUCKY DOGG. David hails from Mobile, Alabama. Playing drums since the tender age of boyhood, and continuing his studies at McGill-Toolen under the tutelage of Holcomb Pryor and Dr. John Papstefan as a percussion major at USA.

Luther Wamble


Guitar

Luther Wamble a Mobile native moved with his family to Slidell La. , where he was heavily influence with the rich Louisiana music scene .

Slidell sitting just across the lake from New Orleans was home to a lot of the New Orleans musicians.  Luther like a lot of guitar players began his career as a Bassist at ripe age of 15, he later switched to guitar, within a year.