Individually and alphabetically, the Yayhoos are:
Eric Ambel. Founding member of the Del-Lords and Joan Jett’s Blackhearts, lead guitarist of Steve Earle’s Dukes (2000/2005), sometime solo artist and leader of the esteemed Roscoe’s Gang and Roscoe Trio, co-proprietor of East Village nightspot the Lakeside Lounge, and producer of albums by a variety of acts including Nils Lofgren, the Bottle Rockets and the Blood Oranges. Eric released his latest solo record “Lakeside” in 2016
Terry Anderson. Solo recording artist, leader of the Olympic Ass-Kickin’ Team, onetime drummer/singer/tunesmith with legendary North Carolina combos the Fabulous Knobs, the Woodpeckers and the Woods. Also a notable tunesmith whose songbook includes material recorded by Etta James, Jo Dee Messina and Dan Baird (see below). The latest from Terry Anderson’s Olympic Ass-Kicking Team titled “Jimmy’s Arcade” comes out in May of 2017
Dan Baird. Former lead singer/guitarist of the Georgia Satellites and unlikely gap-toothed MTV icon, thanks to the Satellites hits “Keep Your Hands to Yourself” and “Battleship Chains.” Also a beloved and acclaimed solo artist, and sometime producer/sideman for the likes of Will Hoge, Chris Knight and the Dusters. Dan has his own new band named Homemade Sin with Warner E. Hodges and former Satellite Mauro Magellan. Home Made Sin’s latest titled “Roller Coaster” was released in March of 2017 and Dan’s latest solo record titled “Solow” was released in 2016
Keith Christopher: Original Georgia Satellites member, bassist to the stars (including Billy Joe Shaver, Tony Joe White, Aaron Lee Tasjan and Kenny Wayne Shepherd, as well as many artists with two names, including Paul Westerberg and Todd Snider), and consistent source of inspiration.