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Bob Weir & Wolf Bros. were joined by Wally Ingram during their first gig of 2019 last night for D’Angelico Guitars annual show at NAMM – watch fan-shot video.
Watch video highlights and full show audio of last night’s Bob Weir & Phil Lesh duo show with guests Wally Ingram, Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams
Guitarist Steve Kimock will round up three of his musical friends for an upcoming run of shows in Hawaii.
Georgia rockers Widespread Panic treated Bay Area fans to a show heavy on old school classics and covers at the Fox in Oakland.
About Wally Ingram
Wisconsin-born percussionist Wally Ingram is the rock world’s version of Kevin Bacon & there aren’t too many degrees of separation between him and just about every star on stage over the past decade or so. A frightening battle with cancer forced Wally to step away from a magical time on the road with Eric Burdon and the Animals but he’s back, healthy, happy and soaring after a massive outpouring of love and support from family, fans and friends and again playing percussion with longtime friend Sheryl Crow on the world tour in support of her incredible new Detours CD.
If ever there were a drummer in demand enough to be cloned, it would be Wally! He’s been a favorite of everyone from Sheryl and Eric Burdon to Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, David Lindley (with whom he and fans alike enjoyed a long collaboration), James Taylor, Warren Zevon, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Bruce Hornsby, Shawn Colvin, Jennifer Wanres, John Trudell, Tracy Chapman, Crowded House and was one of the members of the popular Grammy-nominated band Timbuk3.
When not on tour with any one (or two!) of those legendary artists, Wally revels in playing with his good friends Dave Schools, Jerry Joseph and Danny Dziuck in Stockholm Syndrome and also with his Alektrophobia partner Eric McFadden.
Famed photographer Jay Blakesberg will release a new book entitled ‘Jerry Garcia – Secret Space Of Dreams’ this October.
Watch Trey Anastasio lead Ghosts Of The Forest through “About To Run” in video filmed on April 10 in Boston.
Pigeons Playing Ping Pong had plenty of treats in store for their five sets at the 10th annual Domefest, which was held at Marvin’s Mountaintop this past weekend.
Drummer Joe Russo plays most of the instruments and wrote most of the material found on his surprise new solo album ‘phér•bŏney.’
Watch five amazing ‘Classroom Instrument’ covers from the ‘Tonight Show,’ featuring Jimmy Fallon, The Roots and special guests.