Skip started his professional career in the local DFW bar scene in 1990. Quickly gaining popularity as the band "Steel Rio" the band opened for Eddie Raven, Red Steagall, Skip Ewing and others. In 1999 Skip moved to Branson Missouri and worked as a sound technician and stage crew for Roy Clark and Bill Anderson. Then starting in the year 2000 at Silver Dollar City running sound for over 1000 shows a year on the park at the same time performing as a front man at a Branson Restaurant five nights a week. In 2006 Skip returned to his home state of Texas and won two radio contests that opened some doors to open for Texas Country Artists like Gary P Dunn, Two Tons of Steel and Sunny Sweeney.
The Skip Pullig Band hit the road in late 2006 touring New Mexico and the Texas Hill Country simultaneously recording their first studio production album when off the road at Gary Davis' Digimax Studio in Mineral Wells, Texas. The co-written song recorded there called "Goat Man" created a buzz on the anniversary of the 1969 Lake Worth Monster sighting in 2009 getting airplay by classic rock DJ's Bo and Jim Show on Lone Star 92.5 in Dallas.
In 2020 Skip did a recording session with Bill Green in San Antonio and released "Out on the Road" that stayed on the Texas Radio Charts for 16 weeks. Other charted songs are "Texas Radio" "Fireflies and Mason Jars" produced by Bart Rose and recorded at Fort Worth Sound.
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