They performed “Gimme Some Lovin'” and “Can’t Find My Way Back Home.”
Where Stewart’s performances are all about his persona, Winwood seems more comfortable behind his keyboards or guitar.
The new doc isn’t so insider-y that it would alienate people who haven’t studied Hendrix’s life and music. As Smeaton says, “It gives a good overview, it touches on each of the albums. If this makes kids who have a Jimi t-shirt go out and get the records, then we’ve done our job.”
“Gov’t Mule is almost finished with a new release that we’re hoping to have out in September. The upcoming tour is called ‘Prepare To Shout,’ the record is called Shout. I also think–at the risk […]
Eric Clapton is returning with his first album since 2010, and he’s doing so on an indie label for the first time in his solo career. Clapton’s Old Sock will be released by on his […]
2012 saw the return of Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, Aerosmith and (sort of) Led Zeppelin. 2013 promises lots of great albums, films and tours from some of music’s greatest legends. The Return […]
One of 2013’s biggest tours pairs two of the most soulful singers to come out of the British rock scene. Rod Stewart and Steve Winwood will hit the road starting April 10 in Chicago.
Bonus features include new interviews with Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, as well as other members of the cast and crew; McCartney also recorded audio commentary. Other features include music videos of “Your Mother Should Know,” “Blue Jay Way,” “The Fool On The Hill.”