Instead of doing an album of duets, on “Shout!,” Gov’t Mule took a novel approach, removing Warren Haynes’ vocals from the record and replacing them with an all-star cast of singers like Dr. John, Jim James of My Morning Jacket, Dave Matthews, Steve Winwood and Elvis Costello.
For seven days and seven nights, a live digital music festival will be broadcast and streamed across the globe. Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead will headline the Forever Festival, which launches Aug. 4 and will run through Aug. […]
Warren Haynes keeps a busy schedule: He’s one-half of the guitar team in the Allman Brothers Band, he leads his own group Gov’t Mule, he has a solo band, and he occasionally plays solo acoustic […]
The Grateful Dead has announced a 14-disc box set featuring five complete shows from May 1977. While some consider the group’s May 8, 1977 well-circuated concert recording from Cornell University’s Barton Hall to be one […]
Working With Jane’s Addiction, Turned Down By Springsteen: ‘Sons Of Anarchy’ Music Supervisor Sounds Off
Out now is the “Sons Of Anarchy: Volume 2″ soundtrack. Volume 2 contains a couple of new takes on classic songs recorded specifically for the show, including one that never made primetime but was too good to be relegated to the cutting room floor.
After the news of the warrant broke, Hart issued the following press statement: “I am totally baffled by a bizarre claim of assault by me coming out of Kentucky – the home of Bluegrass and a state I love dearly. Any accusation or claim of assault against me is completely false and without any basis whatsoever. I played drums on ‘Shakedown Street,’ but I never expected to be ‘The Victim or the Crime.’”
The year was 1986, and the venue was Rich Stadium in Orchard Park New York. A band, and a very large carpet would make history.
If the [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Grateful Dead[/lastfm] were a tree, its offshoots would be many. One that’s occasionally overlooked is [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]New Riders of the Purple Sage[/lastfm].