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“I came straight from Muscle Shoals and being a background vocalist on hit records (“When a Man Loves a Woman” – Percy Sledge, “Suspicious Minds” – Elvis) … walking out on the stage with the Grateful Dead and being in front of a live audience was something I had never experienced in my life.”
Jerry told me in 1979, “We’re strictly working people, really. We’ve never been rich. I think that works out pretty well.”
On the heels of their NPR Tiny Desk Concert, Bob Weir and Wolf Brothers are back for a 22-date tour.…
James Brown may not have been the first band leader to employ two drummers, but his decision to do so changed the game in music.