David Hood

born on 21/9/1943 in Sheffield, AL, United States

David Hood

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David Hood (born September 21, 1943, in Sheffield, Alabama, United States) is a bassist from Muscle Shoals, Alabama. He also plays the trombone. He is a member of the Alabama Music Hall of Fame.

Hood started his career playing with the Mystics and as a backup musician at FAME Studios. He went on to co-found Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, where he produced songs for Willie Nelson, Cher and others. He played bass on albums by Boz Scaggs, Cat Stevens, Paul Simon, Bob Seger, Bugs Bunny, Traffic, the Staple Singers, Frank Black, Odetta, John Hiatt, Etta James, John Altenburgh, Johnny & The MoTones and Percy Sledge. Hood appeared in 2009 on Klaus Voormann's solo album A Sideman's Journey.[1] He participated in the latest Waterboys album, Modern Blues, recorded mainly in Nashville, and is currently on tour with them.

His son, Patterson Hood, is the frontman and one of two (formerly three) songwriters for Drive-By Truckers.

Hood attended the University of North Alabama. He is married to Judy Sockwell Hood.


  1. ^ "Klaus Voorman, A Sideman's Journey". All Music. Retrieved 20 October 2015. 

External links

  • David Hood Interview - NAMM Oral History Library (2015)
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