Moxie early band lineup. — with Eddie Hutto, Terry Collins, Roger Padgett and Troy Main.
Moxie early band lineup. — with Tim Bramlett, Terry Collins, Anthony Crook, Troy Main, Roger Padgett and Raymond Fail.
Moxie - with Roger Padgett, Wes Hanna, Terry Collins and Ozzie Griffis.
Terry Collins with Sound Man Ricky Main. — with Terry Collins and Ricky Main.
Moxie - with Roger Padgett, Wes Hanna, Terry Collins and Tim Bramlett.
Wes and Roger backstage with Stage Tech Tony Dempsey. — with Tony Dempsey, Roger Padgett and Wes Hanna.
Wes holding the backbeat down. — with Wes Hanna.
Moxie live. — with Roger Padgett, Terry Collins and Wes Hanna.
Moxie - with Roger Padgett, Raymond Fail, Wes Hanna, Terry Collins and Tim Bramlett.
Moxie opening for Cheap Trick. — with Terry Collins, Roger Padgett, Raymond Fail, Tim Bramlett and Wes Hanna.
Moxie opening for Cheap Trick. — with Raymond Fail, Terry Collins and Tim Bramlett.
Moxie opening for Cheap Trick. — with Wes Hanna, Tim Bramlett, Terry Collins and Raymond Fail.
Band lineup 1988. — with Riley Warren, Tim Bramlett, Roger Padgett, Terry Collins and Raymond Fail.
Band lineup 1989. — with Terry Collins, Tim Bramlett, Roger Padgett, Ozzie Griffis and Wes Hanna.
New Years Eve show with Altered Moods.
Moxie was started in 1986 by Terry Collins on vocals, Roger Padgett on guitar, Tim Bramlett on bass, Eddie Hutto on guitar, and Troy Main on drums. Later additions to the lineup included Raymond Fail on guitar, Riley Warren on drums, Andy Crook on keyboards, and David Till on guitar for a short period of time as well. Members from this time period who have since passed away are Troy Main on drums and the late Ozzie Griffis who played guitar for two stints in the band. In 1989 Wes Hanna joined on drums and in 1991 Buddy Jones joined on guitar. During this incarnation of the band there were three guitarists in the active lineup.
The band split in two in 1991 with Raymond Fail and Roger Padgett reforming the band “White Cap” while Terry Collins, Tim Bramlett, Wes Hanna, and Buddy Jones started the band “Medicine Hat”.
Moxie performed live from Georgia to Virginia opening for major label recording acts such as Cheap Trick, Foghat, The Guess Who, and Nantucket. Special mention goes out to Ricky Main who was a longtime sound engineer and friend of the Band. Ricky has worked for and toured with the Columbia based performing band “Almost Nuts”.