RELEASE HISTORY
 

A.C. AND THE KENTUCKY FOX
 

In 1990-1991 a series of 4 singles were produced at the RID facilities on the Country artist, AC & The Kentucky Fox Band.  "The Kentucky Fox" was a nickname for A.C. Combs. Basic tracks were usually recorded during recording classes and then finished at the RID recording facilities by producer, Bobby Dee who released the tunes to the public.  RID interns often assisted the overdub and mixing sessions.

All four of these releases reached "Top 10" at the Detroit area Country stations and the most successful release, "Damn The TV's Gone," reached the coveted #1 chart position.  Click the links below to hear clips of two of his songs.
 

DAMN, THE TV'S GONE
"Damn, The TV's Gone" is a story about divorce.  She left him, but what he really is upset with is that she took the TV.  At the time AC Combs wrote and recorded the song he was going though a divorce, which was an inspiration for the story.  Click the title to hear a clip of this song.  
 
WILLIE WAS A ROCKER
"Willie Was A Rocker" was written by A.C. Combs, his producer and two of the Kentucky Fox Band members. This song was the "B Side" of Austin Comb's second single release. Loosely, it is a tribute to Country legend, Willie Nelson - he wasn't originally considered a Country singer.  Click the title to hear a clip of the song.

 

 

 

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