Gilley's Urban Cowboy Band

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Gilley's Urban Cowboy Band is Mickey Gilley's band. In 1981 the Gilley's Urban Cowboy Band won its first and only Grammy. The Gilley's Urban Cowboy Band performs in Branson, MO with Mickey Gilley at the Mickey Gilley Theatre.[1]

The original Urban Cowboy Band at Gilley's consisted of Tabby Crabb, piano and guitar; Rocky Stone, guitar, Ron D. Levine, fiddle and electric piano; Sidney Pomonis, bass and bus driver; J. B. Van, pedal steel guitar; Mike schillaci,drums; Norman Carlson, saxophone, keyboards, band leader and of course Mickey Gilley and Johnny Lee.

Tabby Crabb died April 18, 2011 of cancer at his home with his wife Gloria by his side.[2]


  1. ^ "Mickey Gilley Show News Article" Branson Tourism Center. Retrieved 21 November 2012.
  2. ^ "Robert Talmage Crabb III: April 20, 2011" Americus Times-Recorder. Retrieved 21 November 2012.