Many of you may remember the groups "Gypsy Travlers," "Red Muldoon," and "The Harvest Brothers." What would these bands have in common you may ask? "Kerry Richard Pack" formerly known as "Tiny Mountain." He was also known as "Fat Daddy." He was born Kerry Richard Pack in 1957 in Pittsburgh, PA.
His musical career started at a very young age. Kerry started to play the harmonica at the age of four. At the age of five he began to play the guitar. This would lead him to perform with bands such as: "Frankie and the Jrs." "57 Chevy" and perform all over the country. Kerry was ten years old when he performed with his first band.
It wasn't until 1970 that Kerry, at age thirteen, began to write songs. His first song "Borga Flats" was about a heartbreak over a girl. Kerry has toured countryside starting in his hometown of Pittsburgh then onto Florida, Texas, and the Western States.
Kerry has had the opportunity to open for an work with: Dolly Parton, Louise Mandrel, Ponderosa Park, Johnny Paycheck, David Alan Coe, Hank Williams Jr, Sylvia, Crystal Gayle at the West Virginia Jamboree. He's also opened for and worked with Commander Cody, Leon Redbone, Greg Allman, and Pure Prairie League.