South Beaver Township songwriter-guitarist Ron Pullman journeyed to Birmingham, Ala., a few weeks ago to record Pullman’s music with Jimmy Carter of the Grammy Award-winning gospel group The Blind Boys of Alabama.
They recorded “Crossing The Threshold” (Ron Pullman Music) for a Carter solo project, with Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild chief recording engineer Jay Dudt.
Pullman, who’s building a home recording studio on his Beaver County property, previously has collaborated with Lenny Zakatek, singer for the Alan Parsons Project, and Denny Laine, guitarist for Paul McCartney’s Wings.
South Beaver Township’s Ron Pullman, center is collaborating with Jimmy Carter (front left) of the Gospel Hall of Fame group and 5 time Grammy winner, The Blind Boys of Alabama. Also in the photo are The Blind Boys member and band leader Joey Williams (far right) and Grammy winner / engineer Jay Dudt. Submitted.