David Grissom
 


David Grissom is a guitarist best known for his early work with Joe Ely, for whom he was the main guitarist between 1985-1991. While still recording with Ely, Grissom joined the John Mellencamp Band. Following Mellencamp, he went on to form the critically acclaimed Storyville with Malford Milligan (vocals), David Holt (guitar), Tommy Shannon (bass) and Chris Layton (drums). David Grissom has since toured with the Allman Brothers and the Dixie Chicks.

Grissom released his first solo album Loud Music in 2007. He has also recorded sessions, played and toured with a number of other American recording artists, including Buddy GuyChris IsaakSara Hickman and Bob Dylan. David Grissom recorded his album Two Thousand Miles with Owen Temple. In 2009 Grissom released his second solo album 10,000 Feet, which featured 11 new songs plus an acoustic version of "Good Day For The Blues", which was originally recorded by Storyville.


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