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Night Drive is a high-powered country/rock band, which also performs 50's and 60's, southern rock, as well as some originals.
Night Drive is a professionally based band with members who have recorded a promotional CD at Major Recording Studios, as well as producing an individual CD of original songs

General Information

NameNight Drive
Description50's and 60's, oldies, classic 70's rock, and a wide variety of country old and new.
LocationBerkeley Springs, West Virginia 25411
Year Established1994


Jimmy McCumbee lead vocal, harmony, rhythm guitar Coming from a long line of music, Jimmy formed a small band in high school. Many years later, he is still dedicated to his profession. He has opened for Johnny Paycheck, The Platters, and Tommy Cash just to name a few.
Terry McCumbee steel guitar Terry is the second original band member and started playing his first steel guitar when he was eight. Terry has opened for top country artist such as Reba McEntire, Merle Haggard and The Kendalls.
Gary Kline drums, lead vocal and harmony He was the leader of Free and Easy for 18 years and retired for a period of 4 years. When Night Drive was looking for a drummer, his love for music was too strong to turn it down. Gary's playing creates the drive needed to power the band.
Barry lead guitar, vocal and harmony Barry started playing music at an early age, and by 9 he had joined his fathers band. He has played with Country Co and Johnny Paycheck. Before joining Night Drive, he was the leader of the band known as Black Suede.
Steve Liggett bass guitar, vocal, and harmony Steve has played music since he was young. He contibutes the country twang, with his voice that can be compared to that of Alan Jackson or Brooks and Dunn.

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Alabama, Hank Williams, Elvis, Waylon and Willie, Alan Jackson, Lynyrd Skynyrd


Contact NameJimmy McCumbee
Contact Address8161 Winchester Grade Rd Berkeley Springs, WV 25411


Amazed Lonestar
Best of My Love Eagles
Every Rose Has A Thorn Poison
He Stopped Lovin' Her Today George Jones
I'm From The Country Tracy Byrd
Look At Us Vince Gill
Remeber When Alan Jackson
Sweet Home Alabama Lynyrd Skynyrd
Twist Chuck Berry

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