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Listen to The Magpie Salute’s cover of “The Killing Moon” by Echo & The Bunnymen.
Rockers The Magpie Salute added 11 dates to their early-2019 touring itinerary.
Sunday Cinema presents videos of Pink Floyd covers performed by Gov’t Mule, The Avett Brothers and The Magpie Salute at recent ‘Dark Side Of The Mule’ shows.
Gov’t Mule once again teamed with the members of The Magpie Salute this time for covers from Derek & The Dominos and the Allman Brothers Band.
Once again, Gov’t Mule and The Magpie Salute teamed in various formations for a collaborative encore on Wednesday night.
Rich Robinson, John Hogg, Marc Ford and Matt Slocum joined Gov’t Mule for a pair of covers to end the night in Mankato, Minnesota on Tuesday.
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About Marc Ford
Guitarist Marc Ford, who is best known for performing and recording with The Black Crowes and Ben Harper, began his career with the blues-rock outfit Burning Tree in the late 1980’s. A power trio featuring Ford on guitars and vocals, Mark Dutton on bass and Doni Gray on drums, Burning Tree released their self-titled debut album on Epic Records in 1990. In late 1991, Marc Ford sat in several times with The Black Crowes in-concert, performing The Allman Brothers Band’s classic hit, “Dreams.” Ford toured with Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals for the majority of 2003, from which their live double disc, Live at the Hollywood Bowl was drawn from. Ford continued his association with Ben Harper and his band through the close of 2004, when he was called to rejoin The Black Crowes for their “All Join Hands” reunion run. This reunion would serve as the platform for one of the greatest rock and roll comebacks in recent years. It would be the first time Ford would take the stage again with the band and Black Crowes fans were beyond ecstatic when the news broke in March 2005. Ford never severed his ties with Harper, however, appearing on his 2006 album Both Sides of the Gun and performing a handful of shows in support.
Watch five amazing ‘Classroom Instrument’ covers from the ‘Tonight Show,’ featuring Jimmy Fallon, The Roots and special guests.
Listen to Chris Cornell’s perfect isolated vocals on Soundgarden’s “Black Hole Sun.”
Phish keyboardist Page McConnell celebrates his 56th birthday today, watch him performing with members of the Grateful Dead.
Trey Anastasio released Ghosts Of The Forest live videos featuring “Halfway Home, “If Again,” “In Long Lines” and “There’s A Path Above” this week.
Watch Eric Clapton tear through Prince’s “Purple Rain” for just the second time ever as part of the encore from his third and final 2019 Royal Albert Hall concert in London.