Formed in Mobile in the late 60s, Wet Willie became one of the leading exponents of Southern Rock, releasing hits such as "Keep On Smiling", which reached the Top 10 in 1974; "Street Corner Serenade" and "Weekend", which also reached the Top 40, and the singles "Red Hot Chicken", "Everything That 'Cha Do (Will Come Back To You" and "Grits Ain't Groceries".
Brothers Jimmy and Jack Hall formed the nucleus of the group with friends John Anthony, Ricky Hirsch and Lewis Ross and signed with Capricorn Records of Macon, Ga.
The group went through a variety of personnel changes and moved to Epic Records before breaking up in the early 80s. Most of the members have joined other bands, but during 1990 they regrouped for a variety of special events and short tours including performances at the Alabama Music Hall of Fame Grand Opening, First Anniversary Show and 1991 Induction Banquet.
Featuring the Jimmy Hall on vocals, saxophone and harmonica, Jack Hall on bass, John Anthony on keyboards, T.K. Lively on drums, and Donna Hall on background vocals, Wet Willie has returned to the stage to thrill another generation with their high powered rock and roll.