Tag Archives: George Harrison

Duane Allman @ 70

6 Nov

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This month marks Duane Allman’s 70th birthday. If you are a fan be sure to check out Talking2musicians.  There’s an epic profile piece, lots of b/w photos brought to life with color, and audio from six Grammy winners talking about Skydog.

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My Interview with the Legendary Chuck Leavell

3 Sep


Chuck Leavell is one of the world’s premier blues rock pianists–a veteran musician who has recorded and toured with many of the best-known names in the business. He is perhaps best known for his work with the Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, George Harrison, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, The Black Crowes, and most of all, his legendary years with the Allman Brothers Band in the ’70s.

My extensive and wide-ranging interview with Chuck has just been published in All About Jazz.

You can read it

here.

CLAPTON’S INCREDIBLE CAREER

19 Dec

Sheryl Crow & Eric Clapton – Merry Christmas Baby (1999)

In my mind, Ray Charles and Eric Clapton have much in common. Two absolute music legends who transcend labels. They both shared the stage with an extraordinary array of performers, often adding an unforgettable quality to much of what they did on stage. Next year I’ll do a Ray retrospective, but this year have a look at Clapton’s incredible career – arguably the best all-around white blues musician of all time. Continue reading