Maestro Productions, Gear For Days, Uno Mas Studio
After the death of James Brown, Russell officially became "The Hardest Workin' Man In Shobidness". Russell started his career as a studio drummer, but was forced to retire in 1991 after learning to read music.
To avoid that nauseated feeling we all get when someone begins dropping excessive artist names, just know that he has worked with LOTS of big artists in Christian, Pop and Country music and sells MORE church music (millions of copies!) than any arranger out there...oops...I just threw up a little in my mouth.
Anyway, he has a wonderful family (trophy wife of 26 years, Janice and 3 kids: Adam-21, Caroline-18, and Whitney-12) and lives in Brentwood where he is the best golfer in his cul-de-sac...when his son is away at college.
Hi Russell...nice to 'see' you! We are doing fine, still in Denton, Tx (where we moved back to after we sold the ranch). How are you and Janice?? Paul and I have two young 30-something married daughters and 3 aDORable grandbabies. Also the email I check the most is firstname.lastname@example.org