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A new album from a group of seasoned veterans and a reissue from a popular singer-songwriter are featured in this week’s edition of Release Day Picks.
- Neil Young, Jack Black, The War On Drugs & More To Play Stephen Stills Light Up The Blues Charity Concert
The lineup for Stephen Stills’ 4th Annual Light Up The Blues charity concert has been revealed.
Watch a selection of videos from the debut of new supergroup The Rides including takes on “Rockin’ In The Free World” and “For What It’s Worth.”
About The Rides
The Rides is a new all-star blues-rock trio formed by legendary singer-songwriter and Buffalo Springfield/CSN/CSN&Y principal Stephen Stills, fellow guitar slinger Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and venerable Electric Flag keyboardist Barry Goldberg.
The Rides took shape after Stills and Goldberg wrote together at their mutual manager Elliot Roberts’ recommendation. “It was like finding a long lost soul brother,” says Goldberg (who hadn’t met Stills before, their shared 1968 credit notwithstanding). “We connected on so many things, started jamming, and soon had begun writing our first song.” Next came Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and their three-way chemistry was immediate and intense. “The Rides are a perfect mix of generations, where three musicians who love and play the blues collide and create music that goes beyond all our other individual life experiences and career achievement,” says 36-year-old, Shepherd, who’s had six #1 Blues albums. Can’t Get Enoughis inspired byand is an homage tothe now-classic 1968 album Super Session, which featured Stills on guitar on one side, and the late Mike Bloomfield on the other (Bloomfield had founded Electric Flag with Goldberg, who also played on Super Session, as did Blood, Sweat & Tears keyboardist Al Kooper). The Rides bring a historic and distinctively American musical form into the 21st century, and Stills calls the group the “the blues band of my dreams.”
Drummer Kris Myers and lighting crew chief Aaron “Louie” Meyette discuss Umphrey’s McGee on Inside Out With Turner & Seth.
Devon Allman and Duane Betts discuss The Allman Betts Band’s upcoming tour, new album and growing up in The Allman Brothers Band family.
Check out photos, video, the setlist and a recap of last night’s Mike Gordon concert at White Eagle Hall in Jersey City, New Jersey.
Carlos Santana will release ‘Africa Speaks’ his new Rick Rubin produced album later this year. Listen to the record’s lead single “Los Invisibles,” which features Buika on vocals.
Dick Dale, “The King Of The Surf Guitar,” died at the age of 81.