Ghost Riders 10yr Anniversary Tour 2013 Booking NOW!
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Tampa, Florida, United States | INDIE

Tampa, Florida, United States | INDIE
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"Crystal Starr LaFountain"


Recently I have had the honor to feel the musical
power of Ghost Riders. Their debut album Fortune
Teller is a kaleidescope of sound, from the super
touching and heart-felt "I Want The Blues Tonight" to
the cleverly written "Handy Man", which is packed full
of sexual innuendos and a great blues vibe. For a more
country feel check out "Gone South", There Goes
Another Love Song", "Track 12(100 Proof)", or
"G.R.I.T.S.", an amazingly written song, a great play
on words with a beat to keep you moving. "Fortune
Teller" and "Whiskey Drinking Woman" have a southern
rock grove that never loses your interest. "Shotgun
Run" and "Ballad Of The Ghost Rider" have a darker
more mysterious sound all very pleasing to your
senses. "Song For The Angels" is a very powerful
instrumental. This CD contains many wonderful songs
and sounds from country, to southern rock and even
blues, and to my surprise a song that will remain
among my very favorites "I Want The Blues Tonight", a
beautifully written and arranged song. Ghost Riders,
Fortune Teller has firmly planted it's "Roots" among
my must haves!!
Cryatal Starr LaFountain - R and R Review

"Michael Buffalo Smith "GRITZ MAGAZINE""

"Fortune Teller"
I am elated to announce to you fine folks, Southern rock is alive and well and one of the primary reasons for this is the new band Ghost Riders. Ghost Riders is made up of Steve Grisham (The Outlaws), Barry Rapp (Henry Paul Band), Jimmy Bennett (Levon Helm Band), Pug Baker (Jimmy Spheris/The Knack) and Phil Stokes (Pure Prarie League), and the eleven-song debut album simply rocks.There are obviously comparisons to be made with The Outlaws, but by no means are Ghost Riders a copycat band. No way, bucko. The album kicks off with Bary Rapp's "Gone South," with amazing slide guitar, and it doesn't let up. Every song is a winner, especially "G.R.I.T.S." ("Girls Raised In The South"), a radio hit waiting to be discovered. But is doesn"t stop there, the band turns out some mighty sweet sounding Southern rock in "Ballad of a Ghost Rider," "Shotgun Run," and "Roots," and they show their versatility in churning out an outstanding blues tune, "I Want The Blues Tonight." As a special treat, there is a cover of "There Goes Another Love Song," with more of Grisham"s smoking guitar work. "Fortune Teller" is without a doubt one of the very best Southern rock albums of the year.
- Michael Buffalo Smith
Gritz Magazine - Gritz Magazine

"Roots Music Report"

Well radio DJ’s if you don’t think this band is hot, you need to pack up your headphones and get out of the music business. The Ghost Riders produce some of the finest southern roots rock and roll to arrive at radio stations in quite sometime. Fortune Teller is simply superb. Every cut is in the groove and the mix is excellent. Hang on for a terrific ride and hear why the Ghost Riders are leaving several other rock groups in the dust. Don't take our word for it, just listen to the album and let the music speak for itself. - Roots Music Report


Fortune Teller ---- MIRA VISTA RECORDS

Back To The Rock --- Phoenix Records

Too Many Skeletons In Your Closet --- Phoenix Records

Ghost Riders with George McCorkle and Johnny Neeel

Fortune Teller 2.0 Beyond.FM/Mira Vista Records

THE OUTLAWS: Soldiers of Fortune --- CBS/PASHA

CAN'T BUY ME LOVE SOUND TRACK --- Touchtone Pictures

FORTUNE TELLER -- Mira Vista Records

FORTUNE TELLER 2.0 -- Mira Vista Records

BACK TO THE ROCK ---- Phoenix Records

LOOKIN' FOR TROUBLE ---- Grisham solo record

THE OUTLAW YEARS --- Grisham solo record.

GYPSY SOUL ---- Barry Rapp solo record.

ROUTE 66 -- Barry Rapp solo album.

BROTHERS OF THE SOUTHLAND -- Zoho Records --Bo Bice, Jimmy Hall, Henry Paul: lead vocals
Jimmy Hall: sax, harmonica
Jay Boy Adams: guitar
Steve Grisham: guitar, vocals
"Dangerous" Dan Toler: guitar
Mike Brignardello: bass
Steve Gorman: drums

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Toured with THE OUTLAWS throughout the '80's. Wrote "Fallen Hero," for the Disney/Touchstone movie: Can't Buy Me Love.
"Keepin' Our Love Alive", TOP 40 HIT for the Henry Paul Band, "The Outlaw" and "Lady Luck" for The Outlaws.



Joined the Henry Paul Band on Atlantic Records. Wrote "GREY GHOST", the title track,selling over 250,000 copies. Sang the band's first
nationally charted single, "CROSSFIRE". Worked at KING SNAKE with ACE MORLAND recording several CDs including "Gypsy Soul".

has been writing, recording and producing a wealth of musical influences for the last three decades. He has headlined as well as opened for many acts including Molly Hatchet, APB (Artimus Pyle Band), Night Ranger and Kansas, to name a few. He headlined and helped arrange the very first two John Boy and Billy Big Bash events. His high energy shows are a testament to his musical talent. His single release in 1986 scored well in the national music charts. An album release in 1995 gained national and international recognition. In 1999, he was signed to SOR Records – Nashville where later he and label president Ken Woods formed a management team to work with other artists. He had two single releases which did well stateside and made the European CMA playlist.