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The Slick Hurley Band

The Slick Hurley Band brings together some of the finest, hardest working players in the country. Together they bring a sound that is powerful yet familiar. The members are all veteran musicians from some of the biggest acts in the business. Acts like the Jefferson Starship, Eddie Money, Elvin Bishop, Marty Balin David Crosby, KC and the Sunshine Band to name a few.

Slick Aguilar has worked with a number of notable musicians. From 1974-1980 he was an in house guitar player for TK studios in N. Miami. He recorded with KC & the Sunshine Band, Bobby Caldwell, Latimore, George & Gwen McRae, Clarence Reid, Timmy Thomas and Betty Wright. He played guitar with KC & the Sunshine Band and Wayne Cochran during the late 1970s before moving to the West Coast. It was there that he joined Buddy Miles' band and in 1982 he toured with David Crosby. In 1984 Slick joined Marty Balin's band which led to him being hired to play lead guitar in the KBC Band. When Paul Kantner reformed Jefferson Starship in 1992 he hired Slick as the band's lead guitarist. He also sometimes performs with Marty Balin as a duo. credits: David Crosby Band (82-84) C. Santana, Randy California, Rick Derringer, Stephen Stills, Edgar Winter, Ray Manzarek, Tony Williams, Todd Rundgren, Gregg Allman, Timmy B. Schmidt, Wayne Cochran & CC Riders, K.C. & the Sunshine Band, Al Kooper, Jose Feliciano.

Kevin Hurley has been a fixture on the Miami music scene for over 30 years. Kevin grew up in Palo Alto California. The 2nd guitar teacher he had at the age of 11 was this banjo player named Jerry Garcia. Kevin now lives in Miami and is a Singer, Songwriter and Performer. He has worked in the capacity of songwriter with the legendary Tom Dowd for the Allman Brothers. He worked with Leas Campbell as a songwriter for a young Derrick Trucks. He has performed with Carlos Santana, David Crosby, Neil Young, Al Cooper, Timothy B Schmidt, Harvey Brooks, Marty Balin, Paul Kanter, Mick Taylor, Fred Neil and many others.

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