Wil Gravatt Band
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Wil Gravatt Band

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"Wil Gravatt in the Post"

"One of the only bands to pay attention to the great cannon of classic country music. With Gravatt's achingly sincere vocals and drummer Robbie Magruder's ease with a Ray Price shuffle conjuring honky-tonks of days gone by."

Eric Brace, Staff Writer, - The Washington Post

"Secretary of State"

"Let's hear it for the Wil Gravatt Band, they're terrific!"

Performing at the American July4th Celebration hosted by Condoleezza Rice - Condoleezza Rice

"Professional To a Fault..."

It has been a pleasure booking the WGB the past few years. In addition to being an incredibly talented group of musicians, the band is as friendly and reliable as there is in this business..

Andy Jaspen, Agent
Sam Hill Entertainment
Charlottesville, VA - Andy Jaspen


Ready to Cross That Line - Wil Gravatt (Dart Records 1998)
Live at Whitey's - Wil Gravatt Band (Wilow Records 2000)
Pleezed Tameetcha - Wil Gravatt Band (Wilow Records 2002)

Music can be purchased on ITunes from all albums.



The band was formed from the ashes of The In Theory; Wil was the drummer and co-lead singer. Wil moved to guitar and vocals and a frontman was born. In 2000 the current lineup of the WGB started doing shows.

With a lineup of excellent DC area musicians he geared the new band towards a more honky tonk sound. Most of their shows were in and around the DC region. Their regular house gig at the renowned Whitey's in Arlington, VA every Thursday night quickly led to a large local and regional following.
Sharing the stage with the likes of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Junior Brown, Robert Earl Keen, Pat Green, Chely Wright, Cory Morrow, John Michael Montgomery, Walter Egan, Mark Wills, Daryl Worley, Hal Ketchum and many others has led to national exposure and exciting prospects for the future.

In 2005 they began a relationship with Budweiser, with the popular brand sponsoring them into 2007 and beyond.

In 2006, they were invited by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to perform at the State Department for the July 4th celebration in 2006.

In 2006, Wil and his engineer Paul Koch headed to Nashville to record at County Q Studios. In the studio with them were the likes of John Hughey (steel guitar) who was Conway Twitty's player for his entire career. Ray Kennedy, who engineered all of Steve Earle's recordings and Lucinda Williams million seller "Car Wheels on a Gravel Road." And the amazing talents of Pat Severs (guitar) who was a founding member of Pirates of the Mississippi and also tours with Don Mclean.

They continue to enjoy local and regional success and are looking to the future for new fans once the record is released!