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Last seen on: NY Times Crossword 11 Sep 19, Wednesday
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The Ace in the Hole Band is the backup band for country music performer George Strait, who was the band’s lead singer before beginning his solo career in the early 1980s. The band formed at San Marcos, Texas in the 1970s, and recorded several singles for “D Records” including the Strait-penned “I Just Can’t Go On Dying Like This” and “I Don’t Want To Talk It Over Anymore”. After Strait attained status as the “King of Country”, the group released an album of its own in 1995 featuring vocals from Darrell McCall and Mel Tillis.
The band, originally known as “Stoney Ridge”, performs such styles of traditional country music as honky-tonk and western swing and were influenced by such performers as Bob Wills, Johnny Bush, and The Strangers. Contemporaries of the band include Asleep at the Wheel and Jerry Jeff Walker.
The Ace in the Hole Band derived from the band “Stoney Ridge,” which was composed of Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State) students Ron Cabal (lead guitar), Mike Daily (steel guitar), Terry Hale (Bass guitar), Tommy Foote (drums) and Jay Dominguez (lead vocals). Dominguez and Foote left the band after graduating in 1975, prompting a search for a new singer. The band members posted bulletins around the campus of Southwest Texas. One was noticed by an agricultural science student, George Strait. He contacted the band and was hired after an audition. Soon after, the group was renamed “Ace in the Hole” and George quickly became the lead singer.