Drummer Michael Huey began his professional profession in Georgia in 1969, hired to try out with Tommy Roe. By the first ’70s, he had not been just drumming for Classics IV, but offered as the home drummer for the Lowery Group, playing on periods by Joe South, Johnny Nash, Clarence Carter, among others. He transferred to LA in 1976 and continuing playing sessions aswell as touring with famous brands Walter Egan, Lindsey Buckingham, Chris Hillman, Gene Clark, Joe Walsh, Etta Adam, Albert Collins, and Juice Newton. He was employed to try out drums on Glenn Frey’s initial solo record and continuing with Frey for 12 years. From then on, Huey made a decision to focus more on posting and production along with his HueyTunes production firm.