Music was an integral part of Tag May’s existence from an early on age. A sibling experienced caused Pure Prairie League’s Craig Fuller, and his mother was attracted to the strains of nation and bluegrass. A indigenous of Ohio, the blues guitarist started understanding how to play the device when he was five yrs . old, and during his young years he became associated with many bands. By enough time he’d switched 16, he previously played the to begin what would become many professional gigs. Upon relocating to Houston through the early ’80s, May continuing to perform expertly with a number of nation outfits. He continued to utilize rock organizations, but his center always was using the blues. Because of a pal, he found out an affinity for Albert Collins’ make of the blues. He quickly pulled collectively his personal blues-rock group. The music group included saxophonist Eric Dimmer, drummer Danny Goza, and vocalist and bass participant “Fretless” Dan Cooper. Dimmer remaining the group to utilize Clarence “Gatemouth” Dark brown, and vocalist and harpist Dave Nevling arrived aboard. May as well as the Agitators, his Houston-based music group, headed in to the studio room and produced their demo, IT IS POSSIBLE TO Ask the Blues. Before per month experienced passed, Icehouse/Concern Records professional Johnny Philips was prepared to indication May as well as the Agitators. Following the record organization issued a Compact disc titled Ask the Blues, the band’s lineup shifted. Guitarist Billy Wells and drummer Greg Grubbs stepped directly into dominate for Goza and Nevling. Icehouse released May’s sophomore work, Telephone Street Houston, Tx, in 1997. The Compact disc features contributions in the Agitators’ previous saxophonist, Dimmer, in addition to Alan Haynes, Larry McCray, as well as the Memphis Horns. 2 yrs later, Might was dubbed Houston Press Musician of the entire year. Previously, he previously been called a nominee within the city’s Best Electric guitar Competition. The band’s lineup advanced into May on vocals and electric guitar, drummer Clyde Dempsey, and Kirk McKim on electric guitar and vocals, while Cooper continued to be on bass.