15th and Hulman
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15th and Hulman


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"15th and Hulman Awesome"

" The 15th and Hulman Band is comprised of three talented and seasoned vocalist’s and song writers that bring energy and excitement to the stage."
- Special to the Tribune-Star, Banks of the Wabash Festival kicks off summer - Rebel Saloon, Cloverdale, In

"Banks of the Wabash River Kicks off Summer"

"The band 15th and Hulman had every pair of hands in the house clapping along to John Denver’s “Thank God I’m a Country Boy,” which mashed into an Alabama medley including “Mountain Music” and “Song of the South.”"
- Brian Boyce, A jammin’ good time: Hall of Fame adds 21 musicians - Terre Haute Tribune Star

"15th and Hulman Unbelievable"

"The way they work the crowd was like no other! Their choice of music was great. The way they pulled Kung Fu Fighting out of their a**-- Rawked!! "
- Chuck-Bar Manager, Crazy Horse, Bloomington, In (Jun 18, 2011) - Crazy Horse Saloon

"15th and Hulman Gave Great Performance"

"15th and Hulman are an energetic act who gets the crowd dancing to their music. I can't wait to have these great entertainers back to our stage! Truely great musicians! "
- Ben-Nascar Car Bar Supervisor, Indiana Live Casino, Shelbyville, In (Aug 21, 2010) - Nascar Bar, Indiana Live Casino

"15th and Hulman Rawked the House"

"These guys do a Great Job! Not an empty seat, every chair was full!. A Great performance! A lot of people can sing, but not everyone can be 15th and Hulman!! "
- Jack-Owner, Sin City Saloon, Terre Haute, In (Jul 09, 2010) - Sin City Saloon


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15th and Hulman are Jay Carpenter, Jack Gibson, and Billy Goodrich. Three talented and seasoned vocalists, musicians, entertainers, and songwriters that bring energy and excitement to the stage with pristine harmonies.

Their accomplishments include:

* Wabash Valley Musicians Association Male Vocalist awards
* Wabash Valley Musicians Association Musician's awards
* Wabash Valley Musicians Association Vocal Group award
* Performed with national country acts/artists
* Performed for Indianapolis Colts Organization
* Performed at Indianapolis 500
* Perform regularly at Tootsie's, Honky
Tonk Central, and Rippy's on lower Broadway in Nashville, Tn

We are often asked where we came up with the name "15th and Hulman". Years ago, as youngsters, we all played at a place called "BJ's Lounge" in Terre Haute, Indiana. "BJ's" was owned by a man named Alva Grindle. Alva (nicknamed Alvie) gave us a chance to play at his club. It was located at the corner of 15th and Hulman streets. Alva has since passed away, the club has been torn down and in his honor we've named ourselves "15th and Hulman".