Take a little time to sample some of Shirley's songs from her CD "He's A Rambler". This album is full of amazing performances from veteran, local musicians. Nationally-known singer-songwriter, Irene Kelley also shows up a couple of places to lend some backup vocals. Gashouse Annie has gone through many, many personnel changes over the years, but the one constant has always been Shirley. She has paid her dues over the years and has played everywhere from little hole-in-the-wall bars to large venues opening for artists like Willie Nelson, Loretta Lynn, Brooks and Dunn and many more. Shirley wrote, or co-wrote all of the tracks on the album and performs on them as well. The album was engineered and produced by TJ Wilkins & Robin Leachman Baluh in Gamut Productions studio in Latrobe, and later in Complex One Studios in Indiana, PA. It took 20 years from first session to CDs in hand. But, we think it was worth it and we hope you will, too.
Highs and Lows - Features great guitar work from Jay McKnight and backup vocals from Lois Scott and Jay Casper.
One Man Woman - Great blues vocal duo with Laurie C. Also features blazing blues guitar from the late Glenn Pavone and soulful slide guitar from Matt Barranti. Guest appearance by Chris Feliciani on piano.
Always - A beautiful love ballad featuring Keith Taylor on piano, Jay McKnight on guitar and Paul Rodi on bass.
Please Please Me - Another great blues vocal duo with Laurie C. Also features blues guitar from Glenn Pavone, Jay Willis on sax, Keith DiPiazza on organ, Tom Valentine on bass and Frank Sprentz on drums.
He's A Rambler - Backup vocals by Irene Kelley and Jay McKnight, steel by Bob "Crafty" Crafton, banjo by Don Shean and Matt Barranti on lead guitar.
Trust in the Lord - Traditional bluegrass sound with vocal harmony from Irene Kelley & Jay McKnight, guitar & mandolin from Scott Brown, fiddle from Don Shean, dobro from "Crafty" Crafton and upright bass from Jerry Borish.