Missin Kissin You
Lamar is a multi-talented musician who writes, plays, sings, and records his own music. Mostly known for his guitar work, he is also an accomplished fiddler, banjo picker, and mandolin player as well. Lamar fiddled his way into the Atlanta Country Music Hall of Fame / Hall of Honor in 2002. Lamar has enjoyed performing on stage and in clubs for many years while growing up in Georgia. Although, he spent a couple of years in the Memphis, Tennessee area, playing Bluegrass and Gospel music. Lamar has recorded with the Bluegrass Gospeaires of Memphis, and Bob Harvey (of Jefferson Airplane fame) with Georgia Blue. He also performs regularly with Georgia's Official Cowboy Balladeer, Doc Stovall and the New Tumbleweed Cowboy Band. He can also be found recording at Echota Studio and performing with Ed Gowens and the Higher Ground Band in Calhoun, Georgia. He has recently finished his first solo CD released in September 2008. The title cut, "Missin' Kissin' You" has been referred to as "very happy music" by various fans. The album is filled with guitars, fiddles, banjos, and mandolins, all of which Lamar plays himself.