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Prime Cut with Johnny Lyman
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About Prime Cut with Johnny Lyman

     
     

Prime Cut has become one of the top bands in the Central Kentucky area. The band was formed in the spring of 2009 by Dewey Pope (drums), Johnny Lyman (lead singer), Wayne Moore (keyboards/vocals) and Kenny Henry (trumpet/vocals).

The primary goal of the group was to form a band composed of both solid Horn and Rhythm Sections to perform cover tunes by Chicago, Tower of Power, Blood Sweat & Tears and Classic Soul , R&B and Motown from the Sixties and Seventies.

To round out this collection of seasoned musicians, Prime Cut brought in Pat Price (trumpet/vocals), Jim Barber (saxophone/vocals), Alan Robinson (lead guitar/vocals), Jim Tegge (bass guitar/vocals) and started rehearsing in May 2009.

The Band also performs several non-horn cover song selections for an even broader audience appeal. The musicians, above, have all spent several years of performing throughout Kentucky, and the nation, to give the group a professional, seasoned and accomplished sound.

In addition to tremendous musicianship on their instruments, Prime Cut's vocal harmonies exhibit their versatile abilities as well. Several of the members in the group have devoted their careers as teachers and educators in the music field.

This experience, professionalism and dedication has made Prime Cut one of the best accepted new groups in the area.

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SHAFT – Isaac Hayes
SATURDAY IN THE PARK - Chicago
BEGINNINGS - Chicago
DOES ANYBODY KNOW WHAT TIME IT IS - Chicago
IF YOU DON’T KNOW ME BY NOW – Harold Melville & The Blue Notes
IT’S ALL RIGHT - The Impressions
STAND BY ME – Ben E. King
MARGARITAVILLE – Jimmie Buffett
YOU’RE STILL A YOUNG MAN – Tower Of Power
BE YOUNG, BE FOOLISH, BE HAPPY – The Tams
VEHICLE – The Ides of March
SINCE I FELL FOR YOU – Lenny Welch
LOWDOWN – Boz Skaggs
LET’S STAY TOGETHER – Al Greene
CAN’T HELP MYSELF/SAME OLD SONG – The Four Tops
I LOVE YOU MORE THAN YOU’LL EVER KNOW – Blood Sweat & Tears
SPINNING WHEEL/YOU MADE ME SO VERY HAPPY – Blood Sweat & Tears
I CAN’T GO FOR THAT – Hall & Oates
STUBBORN KINDA FELLA – The Mag Seven
SHE USED TO BE MY GIRL – The O’Jays
SO VERY HARD TO GO – Tower of Power
DIGGING ON JAMES BROWN – Tower of Power
C0ME AND GET YOUR LOVE – Redbone
BRICK HOUSE – The Commodores
MY GIRL – The Temptations
PICK UP THE PIECES – Average White Band
THEN YOU CAN TELL ME GOODBYE – The Casinos
HOLD ON I’M COMING – Sam & Dave
SUPERSTITION – Stevie Wonder
I LOVE YOU MORE TODAY THAN YESTERDAY – Spiral Staircase
IT’S NOT UNUSUAL – Tom Jones
WILL IT GO ROUND IN CIRCLES – Billy Preston
YOU CAN LEAVE YOUR HAT ON – Joe Cocker
BOOGIE SHOES – KC and the Sunshine Band
LADIES NITE – Cool and the Gang
GIMME SOME LOVIN – Spencer Davis Group
MIDNITE HOUR – Wilson Pickett
MUSTANG SALLY – Wilson Pickett
UNCHAINED MELODY – The Righteous Brothers
SUMMER PLACE – Percy Faith
LOST IN THE FIFTIES AGAIN – Ronnie Milsap
ME AND MISSES JONES - Hall and Oates
BUT IT’S ALL RIGHT – JJ Jackson
SHOTGUN – Jr Walker and the All Stars
SHOUT – Joey Dee and The Starliters
BROWN EYED GIRL – VAN MORRISON
HOW LONG – Ace
COLOR MY WORLD – Chicago

 

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