Bob Weir: With a touring history that has made him one of the most traveled road musicians of all time and a restless music personality that has kept him occupied for over 50 years, Bob Weir knows a thing or two about staying fresh and living in the moment.
Although best known as one of the founding members of the Grateful Dead, adding Dead staples such as “Truckin’,” “Sugar Magnolia,” and “Cassidy” to the band’s catalog, Weir obtained a long and affluent music career that has allowed him to do what he loves and share it with others for nearly his entire life.
Chris Robinson, frontman for The Black Crowes, is a champion of classic roots rock that doesn’t try to form to current trends. Outside of the Black Crowes he’s released three solo albums since 2002, one of them live, to largely positive reviews. His solo work is softer but still embodies the roots sound that made his music famous.
Where you're going has always been more important than where you've been. By his music, Jackie Greene appears to have been through every major American musical influence: from country, to jazz, to folk to rock. And, marked by the release of his newest album American Myth, it's clear that Greene knows where he's going. His roots twist to create a unique sound, combining the introspectiveness of an engaging songwriter with the energy of a chemically charged rock band.
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