“We've kind of talked about doing something like this,” Judd said. “But it kind of just came to fruition right now. But yeah, if this was any other band, it probably wouldn't have been able to work, but because it was them, it fell into place.”
For those who missed “The Kamallings,” Judd said there will be other opportunities to experience the chemistry between the two bands.
“We've actually got a gig May 3 at Route 66 Roadhouse — The Younglings, The Kamals and The Trading Co.,” Judd said. “We all just wanted to play some shows together so we booked a few in the row.”