The Excellent Livestreams Continue / Jorma Kaukonen & John Hurlbut Release New Vinyl on RSD

“There is no better way to converse than to play music with a good friend! John and I have been talking for almost forty years and we welcome you to sit in on the conversation. ” – Jorma Kaukonen

Jorma Kaukonen’s Quarantine Concert #27 with guest John Hurlbut will air live this Saturday, November 21 at 8 p.m. ET from The Fur Peace Ranch Guitar Camp in Ohio.  These quarantine concerts are historical in content and modern in execution. It’s history in the making! Listen Saturday night to the music and the Fur Peace Ranch family rap as Jorma answer fans’ questions, riffs with the crew and friends, and provides us all with entertainment during these difficult times!

John Hurlbut and Jorma Kaukonen / Photo courtesy of Cash Edwards

Since the beginning of April Rock and Roll Hall Inductee, guitar legend, Jorma Kaukonen has been entertaining the world with free Livestream concerts on YouTube from his Fur Peace Ranch in the countryside near Athens, Ohio. Thousands of people listen each week to this high-quality stream and 10’s of thousands view it after the broadcast Due to Jorma’s and Vanessa’s guitar camp concert hall, the Fur Peace Station, the sound of these Livestreams, by engineer Myron Hart, is excellent and the filming, by award winning director Andie Walla, make them a joy to watch and a pleasure to hear.

Coming soon exclusively on Record Store Day’s Black Friday Event (RSD Black Friday) at international independent record stores around the world: Culture Factory USA releases an exclusive vinyl LP deluxe package: John Hurlbut and Jorma Kaukonen, The River Flows, on November 27, 2020. John Hurlbut sings and plays rhythm guitar and Jorma plays lead guitar on this improvisational acoustic masterpiece. There are eight songs including new takes on some classics and some new heartfelt originals. Listen to the single “Someone’s Calling.”


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