It seems like Al Fuller has always had a band. From the time he was young, he brought his playing skills to the foreground, and developed those special relationships it takes to create a band that works well, and works together. Rich MacDonald has been Al's drummer for a number of years, and more recent addition, Burt Englesman, joined the Al Fuller Band around 5 years ago. Their music includes great rock and roll cover tunes, and an assortment of blues music. Here is a sampling of the Al Fuller Band set lists:


Rock and Roll Songs


Blues Songs



coming home

Al Fuller's Latest Solo CD Entitled "Coming Home"



"How Far" was recorded solo by Al Fuller, in 1987, and is now available on CD


You can see all of Al Fuller's CD's by linking here.

Click on this link to Al Fuller's Electronic Press Kit....



Burt Englesman, Bassist

Burt began playing bass in 1971. He toured with the Gregg Allman Band.

Over the years Burt had opportunities to play with James Brown, Freddie King, Dickey Betts, John Lee Hooker, Mitch Ryder (and the Detroit Wheels), Elvin Bishop, Pinetop Perkins, Archie Bell (and the Drells) and other name R&B players.




Rich MacDonald - Drummer ~"I saw Buddy Rich perform when I was eleven. From that moment on I knew I wanted to be a drummer. I studied at Berklee College of Music, and with people around the Boston area before moving to Sarasota."



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