• From Nashville.
  • A band that included Glenn Lawson (guitar and lead vocals), Bela Fleck (banjo), Jimmy Gaudreau (mandolin), and Mark Schatz (bass.) Jimmy Mattingly played fiddle with this band for a short time.
  • Fleck and Schatz were previously with Tasty Licks; Gaudreau and Lawson were previously with J.D. Crowe and the New South. In 1979, they left their respective bands to form Spectrum.
  • 1981, released “Opening Roll” album (Rounder).
  • 1982, released “It’s Too Hot for Words” album (Rounder).
  • 1983, released “Live in Japan” album (Rounder).
  • Broke up in 1982, shortly after Fleck joined the New Grass Revival.