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Read a recap and view photos from the recent Meeting Of The Spirits Tour stop in Albany, New York featuring guitarists John McLaughlin and Jimmy Herring.
Here’s your chance to watch John McLaughlin & 4th Dimension pair up with Jimmy Herring & The Invisible Whip as part of McLaughlin’s last U.S. tour.
Chad Berndtson talked to guitarist Jimmy Herring about his new project The Invisible Whip, the state of Widespread Panic, Col. Bruce Hampton and more.
A preview of this fall’s Meeting Of The Spirits tour took place on Saturday, when John McLaughlin’s drummer sat-in with Jimmy Herring’s band.
Guitarist Jimmy Herring & The Invisible Whip will play two dozen shows between July and early September.
Guitarist Jimmy Herring has a busy summer ahead with his new band The Invisible Whip.
About Jimmy Herring and The Invisible Whip
JIMMY HERRING, contemporary American guitarist, embarks on the next chapter of his storied career with the debut of the new band, The Invisible Whip. As a founding member of The Aquarium Rescue Unit, Project Z, and Jazz is Dead – in addition to playing with everyone from The Allman Brothers Band to The Dead to Phil Lesh and Friends – HERRING has made an indelible impact on improvised music. He currently serves as the lead guitarist for the very popular American band Widespread Panic.
Jimmy has been touring consistently with Widespread Panic over the past decade, along with short tours with Aquarium Rescue Unit, Phil Lesh, and The Ringers, but his 2017 dates with The Invisible Whip mark the first performances of his own music, with his own band, in nearly five years. The upcoming dates will include new music Herring is currently working on, plus material from his last two albums, Lifeboat (2008) and Subject to Change Without Notice (2012). Among the concerts include appearances with John McLaughlin and the 4th Dimension, whose leader is one of Herring’s musical inspirations and, uniquely, also one of Herring’s most prominent champions.
Composed of longtime friends and musical collaborators, The Invisible Whip, named for the intangible musical force that fuels them, is a nod to their time spent playing with Col. Bruce Hampton – who has made a lifelong impact on the members of the band. Members of The Invisible Whip are drummer Jeff Sipe (aka Apt Q258), Matt Slocum on B3 organ and clavinet, bassist Kevin Scott and multi-instrumentalist Jason Crosby on Fender Rhodes, piano and violin.
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