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Release Day Picks this week highlights new albums by Bon Iver, Blind Boys of Alabama with Marc Cohn and The Hip Abduction.
Blind Boys of Alabama have previewed their collaboration with Marc Cohn with title track ‘Work To Do.’
A special Phil Lesh & Friends show in Las Vegas featured Blind Boys Of Alabama, Jackie Greene, Luther Dickinson, Cody Dickinson, John Medeski, Pete Levin, JD Simo, Junior Mack and Danielle Nicole.
- Phil Lesh's Friends In Las Vegas Include Blind Boys Of Alabama, Luther Dickinson, Jackie Greene & Others
Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh will be joined by Blind Boys Of Alabama, Luther Dickinson, Jackie Greene, John Medeski and others for a Phil Lesh & Friends’ concert in Las Vegas on May 4.
Blind Boys Of Alabama and John Langford were special guests at the second show of this year’s 8 Nights Of Hanukkah With Yo La Tengo run at The Bowery.
Vocalist Clarence Fountain, a founding member of The Blind Boys Of Alabama, has died at age 88.
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About Peter Levin
Equally at home on the Hammond Organ as he is on a Fender Rhodes or various synths, you’ll find Peter Levin currently on tour with the Gregg Allman Band and The Blind Boys of Alabama. Peter’s most recent studio work includes Piano, Hammond B3, Clavinet, and Wurlitzer Electric Piano performances on Aaron Neville’s 2016 album release “Apache,” and Piano, Wurlitzer and Clavinet credits on Gregg Allman’s new album, to be released in 2017. Allman’s forth coming record was recorded at Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, and produced by legendary producer Don Was. Peter has performed with a genre-busting who’s who of music: The Allman Brother’s Band, Crosby, Stills, and Nash, Aaron Neville, The Doobie Brothers, Allen Toussaint and Lou Reed. Peter has also toured in support of such mega-artists as Tom Petty, Robert Plant, and George Clinton and the P-Funk All Stars. When not on tour with the Gregg Allman Band or the Blind Boys of Alabama, Peter performs nationally with his own band, the Peter Levin Band. P.L.B. plays a unique blend of blues inspired funk and soul music. Peter writes, records, and produces the music for his band at his recording studio in Brooklyn, NY, called Moon Palace NYC. Peter’s production credits at Moon Palace NYC include artists such as Public Enemy, Korn, Train, The Beastie Boys, The Fun Lovin’ Criminals, Gym Class Heroes, and The Blind Boys of Alabama. Peter recieved a Platinum record in 2014 for his collaboration with the band Train on the album “Save Me, San Francisco,” and a Gold record in 2012 for his collaboration with Gym Class Heroes. Whether playing keyboards, drums, singing, producing, or programming, Peter is an asset to have on any stage or in any studio.
Gov’t Mule confirmed details of the second night of this year’s New Year’s Run.
Joe Russo’s Almost Dead will begin 2020 with a three-night run at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York.
Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio unveiled acoustic versions of “Death Don’t Hurt Very Long” and “My Problem Right There” as part of a storied-filled night at the State Theatre in Minneapolis on Saturday.
Umphrey’s McGee delivered a massive bust out of “Rising Bird” for the first time in over 16 years during a VIP set at their Georgia Theatre three-night closer in Athens.
Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit continued their Ryman Residency in Nashville on Saturday where they debuted a cover of Crosby, Stills & Nash’s “Helplessly Hoping.”