Warner Mack

Warner Mack was a popular artist in the 1960's and 1970's, scoring several major hits, including the song that is closely associated with Lloyd and his innovative new style of playing: "The Bridge Washed Out" which went to #1 in 1966. The follow-up "Sittin' On A Rock, Cryin' In A Creek" charted as well as "Talking To The Wall" and "Leave My Dreams Alone".

Warner Mack recorded for Decca Records until 1973.