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Release #TWPHH11

In January 2010, Jim Boyd and award winning producer Doc Holiday teamed up to record a twelve song release titled HARLEY HIGH, which will be released on Thunderwolf Records on January 28th, 2011.

Harley High is a main stream rock recording that portrays Jim Boyd's love for riding motorcycles. This release was recorded in Nashville at Quad Studios by Grammy winning engineer Bobby Bradley(From the legendary Bradley's Barn Recording Studio), and mixed at The Power Plant Studios in Hampton, Virginia by Doc Holiday.

Producer multi-award winner Doc Holiday assembled some of the best musicians and engineers in the music industry for this project. 

Craig Krampf, Grammy and Academy Award winner, as well as songwriter credits on Oh Sherry for Steve Perry, and Bette Davis Eyes for Kim Carnes and for the theme from  "Flashdance."

Garry Tallent (Bruce Springsteens E-Street band) ,CMA and Grammy award winner.

Dale Herr (Creator of the music for the television shows, The Simpsons, That 70's Show, Married With Children).

Sandy Pippen (Top Nashville session player).


Jim Boyd (Vocals, Lead Guitars)

Craig Krampf (Drums)

Garry Tallent (Bass)

David Roe (Bass)

Sandy Pippen (Organ)

Dale Herr (Guitar)

Doc Holiday (Keyboards)

Kera O'Bryon (Background Vocals)

Red Hawk (Spoken Word)

Produced By Doc Holiday and Jim Boyd

Recorded at Quad Studios, Nashville by Bobby Bradley

Mixed at The Power Plant, Hampton, VA. by Doc Holiday

Mastering By Dave Davis

All songs written by Jim Boyd

©℗2009 James Lee Boyd, BMI

Cover Photo: Shelly Boyd

Special thanks to the Spokane Tribe of Indians


Thunderwolf Records

PO Box 306

Inchelium, WA.  99138

  1.  Hold Those Veteran Colors High 

  2.  Harley High         

  3.  Iron Horse          

  4.  Scootin' On          

  5.  Ride On Harley Rider          

  6.  Harley On          

  7.  Riding The Wind          

  8.  Roll With The Thunder          

  9.  Ride In My Soul          

10.  Hellraisers On Harleys          

11.  Harley Heaven          

12.  The Brothers          


Harley High--Ridin’ Rock-n-roll