Teddy Upper class, an establishing individual from and bass player for the blue grass music super gathering Alabama, was captured Monday on a misdeed pot ownership charge, records show.
Upper class, 70, of Stronghold Payne was set up for the Cherokee Province Prison in upper east Alabama and delivered about a half-hour after the fact, records showed. He likewise was accused of ownership of medication gear.
Court records weren’t quickly accessible, yet Sheriff Jeff Shaver told al.com the capture was made during a traffic stop.
Wear Murry Grubbs, a representative for the band, said he knew about the episode yet Upper class had no quick remark.
Nobility, alongside cousins Randy Owen and Jeff Cook, shaped the band over quite a while back and proceeded to sell in excess of 70 million collections — delivering many hits including “Dixieland Pleasure,” “My Home’s in Alabama” and “Tennessee Stream.” The demonstration was drafted into the Blue grass Music Lobby of Notoriety in 2005.
The gathering said it was resigning from the street and organized a goodbye visit in 2007, however has since gotten back to performing. It organized a 50th commemoration visit in 2019.