Touring

Blues legend John Mayall talks touring, Eric Clapton and Tunbridge Wells ahead …
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Mayall is credited by many as kick-starting the first wave of UK blues bands – including the Rolling Stones and the Yardbirds – when he formed the group who would become the Bluesbreakers in 1963. Eric Clapton would cut his teeth on the first …

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Michael Allman talks touring, music and Allman Brothers Band (Includes …
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Michael Allman is the lead singer of The Michael Allman Band, as well as the eldest son of Gregg Allman of the iconic rock group, The Allman Brothers. It is safe to say that he has followed in his father's footsteps, and the rest is history. "Most of …

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Bad Company and Lynyrd Skynyrd Touring This Summer
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After embarking on one of the most successful summer tours of 2013 together, Bad Company and Lynyrd Skynyrd are back by popular demand and will team up for 10 more co-headline shows this summer. When it works, it works. "We're looking forward to …

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More Signs Point Towards Eric Clapton Touring Retirement
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Eric Clapton made big news about a year ago when he told Rolling Stone he was intending to stop touring at Age 70. Clapton turns 69 later this month and gave another sign he really does intend to stop touring (but not playing) sooner rather than later …

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More Signs Point Towards Eric Clapton Touring Retirement
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Eric Clapton made big news about a year ago when he told Rolling Stone he was intending to stop touring at Age 70. Clapton turns 69 later this month and gave another sign he really does intend to stop touring (but not playing) sooner rather than later …

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Allman Brothers Band to stop touring after 2014LIVE music blog …
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Relix is reporting that Greg Allman has confirmed that the Allman Brothers Band will be done touring after 2014, putting further weight behind the recent.

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Hidden Track » The Allman Brothers Band to Stop Touring Next Year
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When two-headed axe-behemoth Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks recently announced that 2014 would be their final year in the Allman Brothers ranks, some fans feared the end may be nigh for the legendary band.

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