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Jorma released ‘Typewriter Tapes,’ a 1964 restored and remastered recording of Jorma on guitar and Janis Joplin on vocals.
Announcing Janis Joplin & Jorma Kaukonen’s ‘The Legendary Typewriter Tape’
For decades, this recording was the stuff of legend, with inferior, multi-generational transfers making their way through select collector’s circles.
Jorma is perhaps the most unassuming rock icon I’ve ever interviewed. Not only did The Jefferson Airplane bring psychedelic music of the ’60s to a wider audience than The Grateful Dead scored for more than a decade to come, but Jorma’s work with Hot Tuna opened a door to folk fans that Dylan had first explored when he went electric.
Jorma and John Hurlbut touring in July!
Celebrating the One-Year Anniversary of Jorma Kaukonen’s Free Quarantine Concerts Broadcast Live From the Fur Peace Ranch
New acoustic and electric Hot Tuna tour dates!
Jorma Kaukonen Approaches One Year of Free Live Virtual Concerts, Touring to Begin
Jorma’s #40 Quarantine Concert this Saturday, one-year anniversary coming up!
Lawrence Ferlinghetti (March 24, 1919-February 22, 2021) was an American poet, painter, social activist, and the co-founder of San Francisco’s City Lights Booksellers & Publishers. He was the author of poetry, translations, fiction, theatre, art criticism, and film narration.
Jorma Kaukonen Performs, Holds Virtual Workshops and Releases New Recording for Radio Play
With careful consideration of the times, Jorma Kaukonen performs solo concerts
‘It Was The Music’ Livestream Performance/Viewing Party ft. Larry Campbell, Teresa Williams, Rosanne Cash Set For 1/17
Series Includes Appearances by Jackson Browne, Rosanne Cash, Shawn Colvin, William Bell, Patty Griffin, Emmylou Harris, Jorma Kaukonen, Buddy Miller, Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Lucinda Williams, and many more
“You just can’t go backward. The arrow of time only goes in one direction” – Jorma Kaukonen