The connection between the Nebraska Rock 'N Roll Hall of
 Fame and Sun Records runs directly through The Smoke Ring. The first Smoke Ring sessions
 were cut at Phillips Recording, on Union Avenue, in Memphis, and
 engineered by Knox Phillips, son of Elvis producer, Sam Phillips.
These sessions also brought together Smoke Ring guitarist Jim Casey, and Sam's youngest son, Jerry
 Phillips.  Jerry, a guitarist and songwriter, was a member of the legendary band, The
 Jesters, whose hit, Cadillac Man, was the last release on Sun Records, and is
 still a cult favorite in the States and Europe. Jerry is a double treat on both
 guitar and piano.