Today I sit down with the legend himself Mr Warren Haynes of Gov't Mule and The Allman Brothers. Warren and I dive deep into his career including his 30th anniversary of The Christmas Jam, The Dead, The Allman Brothers and Gov't Mule. I 've been listening and seeing Warren for many many years so it was an honor to have this man on the show. Please Subscribe to my channel and spread the word. DDR Tour Dates including San Francisco 1 night Dec 17th at The Chapel and Dec 20th Irvine Improv https://www.deandelray.com/tourdates Patreon bonus episodes https://www.patreon.com/DeanDelray
Welcome to “Concerts on the Corner: Best of Summer 2023”! This full concert is comprised of many of our favorite performances and moments from the 2023 Summer Tour. We made sure to incorporate DMB's new material, older classics, and of course some special guests as well. In total, 16 different shows are represented across this 3+ hour epic journey that will be sure to leave you cheering for more! We hope you enjoy this iteration of “Concerts on the Corner”! HUGE thanks and shoutout to the tapers! Without them, none of this would be possible. Audio from the following taper's sources were used in this show: Zach Semcken, Rob Bokon, Scott Plumer, "bersey", Ryan Hoyt, Henry Hart, Robert Taylor, Mark Terrell, Jon Koch, and Noam Yemini 0:00 Intro 02:23 Madman's Eyes (fake) (06/30/23 - Deer Creek) 04:50 Minarets (06/30/23 - Deer Creek) 12:10 Madman's Eyes (07/14/23 - SPAC) 16:17 Bismarck (06/03/23 - Charleston, SC) 21:39 Busted Stuff (06/23/23 - Burgettstown, PA) 26:46 JTR (06/09/23 - Forest Hills, NY) 33:15 It Could Happen (07/15/23 - SPAC) 37:37 Virginia in the Rain (07/14/23 - SPAC) 44:30 Too Much (fake) (07/07/23 - Chicago, IL) 44:48 Warehouse (07/26/23 - Orange Beach, AL) 54:35 Seek Up (09/01/23 - The Gorge) 01:15:45 Looking for a Vein (05/26/23 - Nashville, TN) 01:19:26 Cha Cha (06/16/23 - Bangor, ME) 01:25:38 American Baby Intro (07/14/23 - SPAC) 01:32:40 I Want You (She's So Heavy) (06/23/23 - Burgettstown, PA) 01:34:52 Break Free (feat. Greg Phillinganes) (08/26/23 - Irvine, CA) 01:42:58 Grace is Gone (feat. Greg Phillinganes) (08/25/23 - Irvine, CA) 01:51:51 The Only Thing (07/29/23 West Palm Beach, FL) 01:59:20 The Weight (09/02/23 - The Gorge) 02:04:54 Lie in Our Graves (feat. Béla Fleck) (07/15/23 - SPAC) 02:17:01 Cry Freedom (09/01/23 - The Gorge) 02:24:21 Tripping Billies (feat. Warren Haynes) (07/18/23 - Holmdel, NJ) ————————————————— 02:31:18 A Pirate Looks at Forty (09/02/23 - The Gorge) 02:35:47 Monsters (feat. Warren Haynes) (07/18/23 - Holmdel, NJ) 02:42:50 Two Step (feat. Warren Haynes) (07/19/23 - Wantagh, NY) ————————————————— 03:01:44 Just Breathe (09/02/23 - The Gorge) 03:06:41 Spoon (feat. Molly Tuttle & Bronwyn Keith-Hynes) (09/01/23 - The Gorge) 03:12:56 Ants Marching (feat. Molly Tuttle & Bronwyn Keith-Hynes) (09/01/23 - The Gorge)
Broadcasting from the Free State of Florida where Gov't Mule recently played their last Dark Side of the Mule set at the St. Augustine Amphitheater. Warren Haynes, Danny Louis, Matt Abts, and new bass player Kevin Scott played three hours including the famous Pink Floyd covers set in addition to an opening set of recent and past Mule songs. The problem with "diversity" is not that it is diverse, it's that is is anti-white, anti-West, anti-Christian, and pro-totalitarian Left. Of course they portray as less subtle than that, but that is the crux of the diversity cult--Hate America, Love the State. Universities do more than indoctrinate students, they make turn them against their own country. Don't believe me, look at how they are responding to the Hamas terrorist attacks in Israel. At universities you are free to celebrate anti-Jew hatred but not misgender a man wearing a dress, failing to tuck his genitals not withstanding. Covid-19 is the shorthand version of Climate Change as it is being used as emergency to initiate a contrived plan to save the human race. They both rely on strict adherence to the dubious "cures" of those who represent The Science™. DoctorTommy.com/podcast
"Tedeschi Trucks Band: Rocking the Garden Party with Warren Haynes and Trey Anastasio"Larry Mishkin discusses various topics related to marijuana law, culture, and music. He mentions updates on Tedeschi Trucks Band shows, including performances with Warren Haynes and Trey Anastasio. Larry also delves into the history of the song "It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry," originally written by Bob Dylan, and how it marked a pivotal moment in the transition to electric music. He discusses the Dead's cover of the song and its significance, along with other Dylan covers. Additionally, Larry touches on the Jerry Garcia and Merle Saunders performance from 50 years ago, featuring songs like "Finders Keepers" and "The Harder They Come." He highlights the guest musicians and the significance of these performances within the context of rock and roll history. Finally, he shares insights on Jerry Garcia's cover of "That's All Right, Mama" and its historical significance in the development of rock and roll music..Produced by PodConx Deadhead Cannabis Show - https://podconx.com/podcasts/deadhead-cannabis-showLarry Mishkin - https://podconx.com/guests/larry-mishkinRob Hunt - https://podconx.com/guests/rob-huntJay Blakesberg - https://podconx.com/guests/jay-blakesbergSound Designed by Jamie Humiston - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamie-humiston-91718b1b3/Recorded on Squadcast Going with a Garcia/Saunders show:October 2, 1973 (50 years ago)Winterland, S.F.Garcia & Saunders 1973 Winterland SF KSAN : KSAN : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet ArchiveBand members:Jerry – guitar and vocalsMerle – KeyboardJohn Kahn – bassBill Vitt – drumsGuests:Sara Fulcher – vocalsMatt Kelly – harmonicaRoger “Jellyroll” Troy – bass, vocalsMartin Fierro – saxBill Atwood - trumpet INTRO: It Takes A Lot To Laugh It Takes A Train To Cry (this one is really from 10.12.1973 at Keystone because the Archive.org show is missing this song as the opener and this is the one closes in date I could find) Jerry Garcia/Merl Saunders • It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry 10/12/73 Fixed SBD - YouTube 7:35 – 9:09 "It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry" is a song written by Bob Dylan, that was originally released on his album Highway 61 Revisited released Aug. 30, 1965. It was recorded barely a month earlier on July 29, 1965. The song was also included on an early, European Dylan compilation album entitled Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits 2.An earlier, alternate version of the song has been released, in different takes, beginning with the appearance of one take on The Bootleg Series Volumes 1–3 (Rare & Unreleased) 1961–1991 in 1991.Covered by Steven Stills, Leon Russell, Marianne Faithful, Taj Mahal, Paul Westerberg, Robyn Hitchcock and Lucinda Williams Dylan's live debut of the song came as part of Dylan's controversial electric set, backed by members of The Paul Butterfield Blues Band and Al Kooper, at the Newport Folk Festival on July 25, 1965, after "Maggie's Farm". After being heckled during the electric set, and especially during "It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry", by fans who wanted Dylan to play acoustic folk music, Dylan returned to play acoustic versions of "Mr. Tambourine Man" and "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue". The Newport performance of "It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry" features jamming by guitarist Bloomfield and organist Al Kooper. Dylan played it live as part of his set in the August 1971 Concert for Bangladesh. This version was included in the concert film and Grammy Award-winning album of the same title.A. Dead played it 7 times:first time on June 10, 1973 at RFK Stadium (D.C.) with Allman Brothersfive times in 1991 and once on March 16, 1992 at the Spectrum, Philly Released on Dead album: Postcards of the Hanging (March, 2002) B. Jerry's various bands played it about 60 times,first time on January 15, 1972 at Keystone Korner in S.F. w/Merle SaundersLast time by JGB: March 4, 1995 at the Warfield in S.F. SHOW #1: Finders Keepers Track No. 1 3:00 – 4:13 Finders Keepers was performed over 20 times by Jerry Garcia with the Garcia/Saunders band, Legion of Mary and Reconstruction between 1973 and 1979.On the 1973 Garcia/Saunders Keystone double album the song is called Finders Keepers and is correctly credited to Johnston and Bowen. The song was written by General Johnson, a member of the group Chairmen Of The Board, and Jeffrey Bowen, the producer of the Chairmen Of The Board recording. The song was originally released by the Chairmen Of The Board as a single with a vocal version of the song on the A side and an instrumental version on the B-side. Chairmen of the Board is an American-Canadian, Detroit, Michigan-based soul musicgroup, who saw their greatest commercial success in the 1970s. SHOW #2: The Harder They Come Track No. 2 1:05 – 2:18 "The Harder They Come" is a reggae song by the Jamaican singer Jimmy Cliff. It was first recorded for the soundtrack of the 1972 movie of the same name, in which it is supposed to have been written by the film's main character, Ivanhoe Martin. In 1969, singer Jimmy Cliff met film director Perry Henzell, who was intending to make a film about a musician who turned to crime. Cliff agreed to take the lead role, and the film was shot over the next two years. During filming, Cliff came up with the line "the harder they come". Henzell thought it would make a good title for the film, and asked Cliff to write and record a theme song for it.The actual recording of the track, at Dynamic Sounds (Muscle Shoals, 1971), was filmed for inclusion in the movie. Cliff wrote the melody, and improvised the lyrics. The musicians were Gladstone Anderson (piano), Winston Wright (organ), Winston Grennan (drums), Linford "Hux" Brown (lead guitar), Ranford "Ranny Bop" Williams (rhythm guitar), and Clifton "Jackie" Jackson (bass).Reggae track recorded in Jamaica in 1972 Covered by: JGB (Kean College 2.2.80), Cher, Keith Richards (b-side to his single, Run Rudolph Run 1978), Rancid, Joe Strummer, Wayne Kramer, moe., Willie Nelson, Guster, Widespread Panic and many others The Harder They Come was performed over 350 times by Jerry Garcia/Merl Saunders groups and by the Jerry Garcia Band between 1973 and 1995. The lyrics and music for the song are included in the Jerry Garcia Songbook. Also played by Phil Lesh & Friends, Billy & The Kids, Voodoo Dead and Bob Weir with Soul Ska. SHOW #3: That's All Right Mama Track No. 3 2:20 – 3:59 Featuring: Bill Atwood on Trumpet and Sara Fulcher on vocals The song was written by Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup, and originally recorded by him in Chicago on September 6, 1946, as "That's All Right". Some of the lyrics are traditional blues verses first recorded by Blind Lemon Jefferson in 1926. Crudup's recording was released as a single in 1947 on RCA Victor 20–2205, but was less successful than some of his previous recordings. One of the experts who consider the Crudup recording to be the "first rock and roll song" is Southeastern Louisiana University rock historian Joseph Burns, who adds that "this song could contain the first ever guitar solo break". Elvis Presley's version was recorded in July 1954. While recording an album as part of a trio called The Blue Moon Boys, the band played "That's All Right" in between takes, and the uptempo style characteristic of rockabilly caught the attention of studio executive Sam Phillips, who asked for a refinement of the interpretation that was later recorded. Its catalogue number was Sun 209. The song was released under its original title, "That's All Right", and names the performers as Elvis Presley, Scotty, and Bill. The Presley version was not identical to Crudup's since it was "at least twice as fast as the original". His version is considered by some music critics as one of the records that was the first in the rock n'roll genre. A 2004 article in The Guardian argues that rather than Presley's version being one of the first records of rock and roll, it was simply one of "the first white artists' interpretations of a sound already well-established by black musicians almost a decade before [...] a raucous, driving, unnamed variant of rhythm and blues". Covered by the Grateful Dead once with allman Brothers on June 10, 1973 (RFK great version with Jerry and Dickey Betts trading off lead licks) and once om April 18, 1986 at Berkeley Community TheaterPlayed regularly by JGB and other versions from the ‘70's until the end in 1995. SHOW #4: Second That Emotion Track No. 5 7:00 – 8:29 "I Second That Emotion" is a 1967 song written by Smokey Robinson and Al Cleveland. First charting as a hit for Smokey Robinson and the Miracles on the Tamla/Motown label in 1967, "I Second That Emotion" was later a hit single for the group duet Diana Ross & the Supremes and The Temptations, also on the Motown label. One morning in 1967, Robinson and Cleveland were shopping at Hudson's, a Detroit department store. Robinson found a set of pearls for his wife, Claudette. "They're beautiful." he said to the salesperson. "I sure hope she likes them." Cleveland then added "I second that emotion." Both songwriters laughed at Cleveland's malapropism; he had meant to say "I second that motion." The two were immediately inspired to write a song using the incorrect phrase. Was performed a handful of times (7) by the Grateful Dead in April, 1971First: April 8, 1971 at The Music Hall, BostonLast: April 29, 1971 at Fillmore East NYC Part of Jerry's bands repertoire between 1973 and 1994 (played almost 200 times) OUTRO: Sweet Little Angel Track #7 2:20 – 3:59 Written by BB King and Jules Taub in September, 1956 Some say it is an adaption of Black Angel Blues written by Lucille Bogan in December, 1930 In 1956, B.B. King recorded "Sweet Little Angel" (RPM Records 468). According to King, "I got the idea for 'Sweet Little Angel' from Robert Nighthawk's 'Sweet Black Angel', though I later discovered that the song had been recorded by someone before Nighthawk. At the time 'black' was not a popular word, as it is now. Instead of using the old title, I changed it to 'Sweet Little Angel'—and that was a pretty big record for me". King's version, which included a horn section, was a stylistic shift for the song and it became a hit, reaching number eight on the Billboard R&B chart. In 1957, he re-recorded "Sweet Little Angel" for his first album Singin' the Blues. Both versions prominently feature B.B. King's guitar work, with his note-bends "sounding almost like a lap steel in places.”
A livestream recap of part one of Tedeschi Trucks Band's The Garden Party shows. Recapping TD Garden with fans David Flamm, Zac Transport, Tara Richards-Heim, and first time guest of the show, Janet Kutner. It was an epic show, featuring Warren Haynes. Latest Livestreams on YouTube, Latest Other Episodes on YouTube, instagram.com/tedeschitruckspodcast, tedeschitruckspodcast.com, adamchoit.com, tedeschitrucksband.com
Sponsored by Get 20% Off and Free Shipping with the code "opie" at https://www.manscaped.com/ Howard Stern announces to his dwindling audience that he is woke and loves it. SO sorry to all the hardcore Stern fans but Howie was always this guy. Also, Louis Ck controversy over what he said about America and the immigration problem, Russell Brand is guilty, crawling around looking for diamonds, crazy Barry Williams aka Greg Brady story from the Opie and Anthony Show, my ex girlfriend was a real treat, one of the last things Patrice O'neal did on the Opie and Anthony Show and do you believe in God? Join the Private Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/203909694525714 Become a member of my Youtube for exclusive videos. https://www.youtube.com/opieradio Merch - www.opieradio.com Instagram and Tik Tok - OpieRadio See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"A Night of Rock and Roll Remembrance: Grateful Dead at MSG, 1990"Larry Mishkin pays tribute to Jimi Hendrix, reflecting on his iconic rock career and tragic passing 53 years ago. He shares anecdotes about Hendrix's influence on rock music and highlights the infamous 27 Club, a group of rock legends who died at the age of 27. The episode also previews upcoming music events, including Fish Fest and Tedeschi Trucks Band's shows with special guests like Warren Haynes and Norah Jones, promising an exciting lineup for music enthusiasts..Produced by PodConx Deadhead Cannabis Show - https://podconx.com/podcasts/deadhead-cannabis-showLarry Mishkin - https://podconx.com/guests/larry-mishkinRob Hunt - https://podconx.com/guests/rob-huntJay Blakesberg - https://podconx.com/guests/jay-blakesbergMeetLoaf Website - https://meetloaftribute.com/performance-schedule/Recorded on Squadcast Grateful Dead, September 18, 1990, MSG, NYCGrateful Dead Live at Madison Square Garden on 1990-09-18 : Free Borrow & Streaming : Internet Archive This show was on the 20th anniversay of Jimi Hendrix's death. Interesting because I see it in headlines re this show, but they really didn't play anything Jimi related as far as I can tell and none of the comments even mention that. Neverthless, it is a noteworthy anniversary (53 years he has been gone, almost double his life span of 27, he's in that club). Dead also did a show on this date in 1970, the day Jimi died but when I checked that show there was no acknowledgement (that I could hear) of Jimi dying but of course, back then with no interenet, they may not even have known on that date anyway. Nevertheless, Jimi is Jimi so I'm openkng the episode with him on the intro and then switching over to the Dead show. INTRO: Foxey Lady Jimi Hendrix Miami Pop Festival, 1968 (great You Tube video , check it out) The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Foxey Lady (Miami Pop 1968) - YouTube Start – 1:30 One of my favorite openings of any rock song out there. Just loud Jimi from the outset, Even if you are not a big Jimi fan, you may also recognize this because of how distinctive it is. Jimi born on Nov. 27, 1942 in Seattle Died in 1970 in London Member of the “27” club along with; Brian Jones (Stones), Alan Wilson (Canned Heat), Jim Morrison (Doors),Janis Joplin,Kurt Cobain (Nirvana),Pig PenAmy WinehouseDave Alexander (Stooges – with Iggy Pop)Peter Ham (Badfinger) Created three of the most famous albums in rock: Are you Experienced Axis: Bold as Love Electric Ladyland Jimi died 53 years ago today. Hendrix aspirated his own vomit and died of asphyxia while intoxicated with barbiturates.Still considered the greatest rock guitarist ever although there are a few who could give him a serious run for the money. Dead Great show, Vince's third show (started on 9.7.90) and Bruce Hornsby's 3d as well. Show known for all of its epic jams which I will primarily be focusing on. SHOW #1: Minglelwood Blues Track #2 3:15 – 4:23 Perenial tune that the Dead played from Day one (and even before) through the end. Check out Bruce's jam on this clip and then band comes crashing back in. Very cool. SHOW #2: To Lay Me Down Track #7 Start – 1:33 I know I have mostly been featuring jams, but Jerry's vocals are so beautiful here, with great crowd reaction, that on this one I had to go with the vocals. A nine minute version of one of Jerry and Hunter's prettiest ballads. When Jerry's voice is on, like here, you can make a strong argument is is their best. SHOW #3: Promised Land Track #8 3:33 – 5:00 Love this song whether it opens the show or closes the set as here. Just a rocker written by Chuck Berry while he was in jail – used the prison library atlas to help him pick out the geographic route taken by the “Poor Boy” on his trip from Norfolk VA to LA via bus, plain and the houstontown people who care a thing about him and won't let him down. But check out this jam at the end of the song. Normally breaks right off after the final lyrics but today they just jam it out – the spirit of Jimi? SHOW #4: Foolish Heart (jam out of – from So Many Roads Boxed Set) Track # 11 6:20 – 7:45 Classic Dead jam that got a lot of attention when it was included in the Dead's original box set, So Many Roads, released a long time ago (Nov. 7, 1999) as a separate track actually titled, “Jam Out Of Foolish Heart”. At their improvisational best here. Strong Other One foreshadowing which plays out as advertised after a strong drums and funky Space. The whole second set just rolls along. A good night to be in MSG seeing the boys. OUTRO: Knockin On Heaven's Door Track # 18 Start – 1:30 Again, the music intro jam is so great that's what I am featuring. Be sure to check out Bruce Hornsby's jumping in on the accordion! Really nice Bob Dylan cover, Jerry played it for years. Was released on his Run For The Roses album.
Warren Haynes, Grammy Award-winning vocalist, songwriter, producer, and guitarist for the band Gov’t Mule, joins Lisa Dent to talk about his career, touring, and recording their two new albums Peace…Like A River and Heavy Load Blues during the coronavirus pandemic. Follow The Lisa Dent Show on Twitter:Follow @LisaDentSpeaksFollow @SteveBertrand Follow @kpowell720 Follow @maryvandeveldeFollow @LaurenLapka
Atlanta, Georgia's Gov't Mule plays the Harvest Music Festival straight off of a world tour of their 12th studio album - Peace...Like a River. Jeanne Armstrong spoke with the group's Grammy-award winning guitarist, vocalist and songwriter Warren Haynes.
Hey it's Arroe. Pod Fest brings together three different conversations from musicians, authors, doctors environmentalists or cooks in their own kitchen. It's real people with real stories. Pod Fest 45 features: One of music's biggest and greatest Warren Haynes From Govt Mule Then we'll step into the world of David Bowie as experienced by biographer Wendy Leigh Conversation number 3 will be a true piece of Americana with Willie Robertson from Duck Dynasty. Pod Fest 45
From street performers to Dave Grohl and Smashing Pumpkins, there is a reason why Warren Haynes' home town is a hub for the artist and performer and why it makes this town what it is. Head Writer: Patrick Coman www.willdailey.com REFERENCES https://moogseum.org/moogseum-in-asheville-faq https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-country/dave-grohl-all-apologies-nirvana-warren- haynes-766829/https://www.exploreasheville.com/iconic-asheville/music/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.