BOB DYLAN'S GIGGING BANDS


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BOB DYLAN’S GIGGING BANDS has one simple mission; to put on record in an easy-to-read form those guys and gals who get paid to be there night after night, backing up the phenomenon we know as Bob Dylan.

Also, for dedicated researchers (and I believe for the first time anywhere), there’s a web page or site for all but five of the musicians who’ve toured with Bob from Newport ‘til now. And they make fascinating reading.

I should say at this point, if you know a web resource for any of the “phantom five” (Mary Elizabeth Bridget, Arthur Rosato, Louise Mathoon, Regina Peeples or Miles Joseph), do get in touch. It’s not that I’m a completist, but…


I HAVEN’T INCLUDED the multitude of “special guests” who are constantly invited onstage at his shows, or other people’s bands where Bobby has just shown up to do the odd song.

Nor, come to that, have I detailed the musicians he’s used in studio sessions down the years; you can get most of these from album sleeves and CD inserts. (If you want more, I seriously recommend you check out Clinton Heylin’s excellent “Behind Closed Doors - The Recording Sessions 1960-1994”.)


NO, THESE ARE “just the ragged clowns behind…”; the gigging bands who’ve kept Bob company over a million miles, and who we’ve seen onstage a million times.

If I’ve missed someone out, I know you’ll let me know. (Just click on cjtmidgley@gmail.com.) But for now, simply enjoy…





The Ragged Clowns Behind...


25th July 1965 (Newport Folk Festival, Newport, RI)
Jerome Arnold (bass/tambourine)
Michael Bloomfield (guitar)
Barry Goldberg (piano/organ)
Al Kooper (organ/bass)
Sam Lay (drums)

28th August 1965 (Forest Hills Stadium, NYC) and 3rd September 1965 (Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA) Harvey Brooks (bass) Levon Helm (drums) Al Kooper (organ) Robbie Robertson (guitar)

24th September 1965 (Municipal Auditorium, Austin, TX) to 21st November 1965 (Onodago County War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse, NY) Rick Danko (bass) Levon Helm (drums) Garth Hudson (organ) Richard Manuel (piano) Robbie Robertson (guitar)

1st December 1965 (University Of Washington, Seattle, WA) to 19th December 1965 (Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA) Rick Danko (bass) Bobby Gregg (drums) Garth Hudson (organ) Richard Manuel (piano) Robbie Robertson (guitar)

5th February 1966 (Westchester County Center, White Plains, NY) to 27th March 1966 (Tacoma WA) Rick Danko (bass) Garth Hudson (organ) Sandy Konikoff (drums) Richard Manuel (piano) Robbie Robertson (guitar)

9th April 1966 (Honolulu International Center, Honolulu, HI) to 27th May 1966 (Royal Albert Hall, London, England) Rick Danko (bass) Garth Hudson (organ) Mickey Jones (drums) Richard Manuel (piano) Robbie Robertson (guitar)

20th January 1968 (Woody Guthrie Memorial Concert, Carnegie Hall, NYC) Rick Danko (bass) Levon Helm (drums) Garth Hudson (organ) Richard Manuel (piano) Robbie Robertson (guitar)

1st May 1969 (Johnny Cash Show, Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN) Norman Blake (guitar) Kenny Buttrey (drums) Charles Daniels (guitar) Pete Drake (steel guitar) Charlie McCoy (bass) Bob Wilson (piano)

31st August 1969 (Isle Of Wight Festival, Ryde, Isle Of Wight, England) Rick Danko (bass) Levon Helm (drums) Garth Hudson (organ/accordion) Richard Manuel (piano) Robbie Robertson (guitar)

1st August 1971 (“The Concert(s) For Bangladesh”, Madison Square Garden, NYC) George Harrison (guitar) Leon Russell (bass) Ringo Starr (tambourine)

3rd January 1974 (Chicago Stadium, Chicago, IL) to 14th February 1974 (The Forum, Inglewood, CA) Rick Danko (bass) Levon Helm (drums) Garth Hudson (organ/piano/clavinette) Richard Manuel (piano/electric piano/drums/organ) Robbie Robertson (guitar)

23rd March 1975 (“SNACK* Benefit Concert”, Kezar Stadium, San Francisco, CA) (*“Students Need Athletic and Cultural Kicks”) Rick Danko (bass) Tim Drummond (guitar) Levon Helm (drums) Garth Hudson (organ) Ben Keith (pedal-steel guitar/harmonica) Neil Young (piano/guitar)

10th September 1975 (“The World Of John Hammond”, WTTW-TV Studios, Chicago, IL) Scarlet Rivera (violin) Rob Stoner (bass) Howie Wyeth (drums)

30th October 1975 (War Memorial Auditorium, Plymouth, MA) to 25th January 1976 (“The Night Of The Hurricane II”, Houston Astrodome, Houston, TX) (the “Rolling Thunder Tour” - part one) Joan Baez (guitar/vocal) Ronee Blakely (vocal) T-Bone Burnett (guitar) David Mansfield (dobro/guitar/mandolin/violin) Bobby Neuwirth (guitar) Scarlet Rivera (violin) Luther Rix (drums/percussion) Mick Ronson (guitar) Steven Soles (guitar) Rob Stoner (bass) Howie Wyeth (drums/piano)

18th April 1976 (Civic Center Arena, Lakeland, FL) to 25th May 1976 (Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT) (the “Rolling Thunder Tour” - part two) Joan Baez (guitar/vocal) Gary Burke (congas) T-Bone Burnett (guitar) David Mansfield (dobro/guitar/mandolin/violin) Bobby Neuwirth (guitar) Scarlet Rivera (violin) Mick Ronson (guitar) Steven Soles (guitar) Rob Stoner (bass) Howie Wyeth (drums/piano)

25th November 1976 (The Band’s “Last Waltz” Concert, Winterland, San Francisco, CA) Rick Danko (bass) Levon Helm (drums) Garth Hudson (organ) Richard Manuel (piano) Robbie Robertson (guitar)

20th February 1978 (Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, Japan) to 1st April 1978 (Sydney Sportsground, Sydney, Australia) Billy Cross (guitar) Steve Douglas (saxophone/flute) Debbie Dye (vocal) Bobbye Hall (percussion) Jo Ann Harris (vocal) David Mansfield (violin/mandolin/guitar) Alan Pasqua (keyboards) Steven Soles (guitar) Helena Springs (vocal) Rob Stoner (bass) Ian Wallace (drums)

1st June 1978 (Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, CA) to 16th December 1978 (Hollywood Sportatorium, Miami, FL) Billy Cross (guitar) Carolyn Dennis (vocal) Steve Douglas (saxophone/flute) Bobbye Hall (percussion) Jo Ann Harris (vocal) David Mansfield (violin/mandolin/guitar) Alan Pasqua (keyboards) Jerry Scheff (bass) Steven Soles (guitar) Helena Springs (vocal) Ian Wallace (drums)

20th October 1979 (“Saturday Night Live”, NBC Studios, NYC) to 9th December 1979 (Community Center, Tucson, AZ) Tim Drummond (bass) Regina Havis (vocal) Jim Keltner (drums) Spooner Oldham (keyboards) Helena Springs (vocal) Fred Tackett (guitar) Mona Lisa Young (vocal) Terry Young (keyboards)

11th January 1980 (Paramount Theatre, Portland, OR) to 9th February 1980 (Municipal Auditorium, Charleston, WV) Carolyn Dennis (vocal) Tim Drummond (bass) Jim Keltner (drums) Regina McCrary (aka Regina Havis) (vocal) Spooner Oldham (keyboards) Regina Peeples (vocal) Fred Tackett (guitar) Mona Lisa Young (vocal) Terry Young (keyboards)

27th February 1980 (“22nd Annual Grammy Awards”, Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA) Tim Drummond (bass) Jim Keltner (drums) Clydie King (vocal) Regina McCrary (vocal) Spooner Oldham (keyboards) Fred Tackett (guitar) Mona Lisa Young (vocal) Terry Young (keyboards)

17th April 1980 (Massey Hall, Toronto, Canada) to 21st May 1980 (Memorial Hall, Dayton, OH) Mary Elizabeth Bridget (vocal) Tim Drummond (bass) Gwen Evans (vocal) Jim Keltner (drums) Clydie King (vocal) Regina McCrary (vocal) Spooner Oldham (keyboards) Fred Tackett (guitar) Mona Lisa Young (vocal) Terry Young (keyboards)

9th November 1980 (Fox Warfield Theater, San Francisco, CA) to 4th December 1980 (Paramount Theatre, Portland, OR) Carolyn Dennis (vocal) Tim Drummond (bass) Jim Keltner (drums) Clydie King (vocal) Regina McCrary (vocal) Willie Smith (keyboards) Fred Tackett (guitar/mandolin)

10th June 1981 (Poplar Creek Music Theater, Chicago, IL) to 25th July 1981 (Palace Des Sports, Avignon, France) Carolyn Dennis (vocal) Tim Drummond (bass) Jim Keltner (drums) Clydie King (vocal)* Regina McCrary (vocal) Madelyn Quebec (vocal) Steve Ripley (guitar) Willie Smith (keyboards) Fred Tackett (guitar) *Clydie King did not take part in the show on the 21st June (Stade Municipal Des Minimes, Toulouse, France)

16th October 1981 (Mecca Auditorium, University Of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI) to 21st November 1981 (Civic Center Theatre, Lakeland FL) Tim Drummond (bass) Jim Keltner (drums) Clydie King (vocal) Al Kooper (keyboards) Regina McCrary (vocal) Madelyn Quebec (vocal) Steve Ripley (guitar) Arthur Rosato (drums) Fred Tackett (guitar)

22nd March 1984 (“David Letterman Show”, NBC Studios, Rockefeller Center, NYC) Justin Jesting (guitar) Tony Marisco (bass) Charlie Quintana (drums)

28th May 1984 (Arena Di Verona, Verona, Italy) to 8th July 1984 (Slane Castle, Slane, Near Dublin, Eire) Colin Allen (drums) Ian McLagan (keyboards) Greg Sutton (bass) Mick Taylor (guitar)

13th July 1985 (“Live Aid”, JFK Stadium, Philadelphia, PA) Keith Richards (guitar) Ron Wood (guitar)

22nd September 1985 (“Farm Aid”, Memorial Stadium, Champaign, IL) Debra Byrd (vocal) Mike Campbell (guitar) Howie Epstein (bass) Stan Lynch (drums) Queen Esther Marrow (vocal) Willie Nelson (guitar) Tom Petty (guitar) Madelyn Quebec (vocal) Benmont Tench (keyboards) Elisecia Wright (vocal)

5th February 1986 (Athletic Park, Wellington, New Zealand) to 10th March 1986 (Nippon Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan) (the “True Confessions Tour” - Far East) Debra Byrd (vocal) Mike Campbell (guitar) Howie Epstein (bass) Stan Lynch (drums) Queen Esther Marrow (vocal) Tom Petty (guitar) Madelyn Quebec (vocal) Benmont Tench (keyboards) Elisecia Wright (vocal)

6th June 1986 (“Amnesty International Benefit Concert”, The Forum, Inglewood, CA) to 6th August 1986 (Mid-State Fairground, Paso Robles, CA) (the “True Confessions Tour” - USA) Mike Campbell (guitar) Carolyn Dennis (vocal) Howie Epstein (bass) Stan Lynch (drums) Queen Esther Marrow (vocal) Louise Mathoon (vocal) Tom Petty (guitar) Madelyn Quebec (vocal) Benmont Tench (keyboards)

4th July 1987 (Sullivan Stadium, Foxborough, MA) to 26th July 1987 (Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim, CA) Jerry Garcia (guitar) Mickey Hart (drums) Bill Kreutzmann (drums) Phil Lesh (bass) Brent Mydland (keyboards) Bob Weir (guitar)

5th September 1987 (Hayarkon Park, Tel Aviv, Israel) to 17th October 1987 (Wembley Arena, London, England) (the “Temples In Flames” tour) Mike Campbell (guitar) Carolyn Dennis (vocal) Howie Epstein (bass) Stan Lynch (drums) Queen Esther Marrow (vocal) Tom Petty (guitar) Madelyn Quebec (vocal) Benmont Tench (keyboards)

7th June 1988 (Concord Pavilion, Concord, CA) to 8th June 1989 (Wembley Arena, London, England) (the start of the “Never-Ending Tour”) Kenny Aaronson (bass)* Christopher Parker (drums) George Edward (G. E.) Smith (guitar) *Tony Garnier played bass on 3rd June 1989 (RDS Simmons Court, Dublin, Eire)

10th June 1989 (Statenhal, Den Haag, The Netherlands) to 9th July 1990 (Casino, Montreux, Switzerland) Tony Garnier (bass) Christopher Parker (drums) G E Smith (guitar)

12th August 1990 (Jubilee Auditorium, Edmonton, Canada) to 18th August 1990 (Champs De Brionne Theater, George, WA) John De Staley (guitar) Tony Garnier (bass) Christopher Parker (drums) G E Smith (guitar)

19th August 1990 (Memorial Arena, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada) to 24th August 1990 (Colorado State Fair, Pueblo, CO) Steve Bruton (guitar) Tony Garnier (bass) Christopher Parker (drums) G E Smith (guitar)

26th August 1990 (Iowa State Fair, Des Moines, IA) John De Staley (guitar) Tony Garnier (bass) Christopher Parker (drums) G E Smith (guitar)

27th August 1990 (Holiday Star Theater, Merriville, IN) to 29th August 1990 (Minnesota State Fair, Falcon Heights, MN) Steve Bruton (guitar) Tony Garnier (bass) Christopher Parker (drums) G E Smith (guitar)

31st August 1990 (Bob Devaney Sports Center, Lincoln, NE) to 2nd September 1990 (Riverfront Amphitheater, Hannibal, MO) Tony Garnier (bass) Miles Joseph (guitar) Christopher Parker (drums) G E Smith (guitar)

4th September 1990 (Riverpark Amphitheater, Tulsa, OK) to 9th September 1990 (Palmer Auditorium, Austin, TX) Steve Ripley (guitar) Tony Garnier (bass) Christopher Parker (drums) G E Smith (guitar)

11th September 1990 (Paola Solerli Amphitheater, Santa Fé, NM) to 12th September 1990 (Mesa Amphitheater, Mesa, AZ) Cesar Diaz (guitar) Tony Garnier (bass) Christopher Parker (drums) G E Smith (guitar)

11th October 1990 (C W Post College, Greenvale, NY) to 12th October 1990 (Paramount Theater, Springfield, MA) Steve Bruton (guitar/mandolin) Cesar Diaz (guitar) Tony Garnier (bass) Christopher Parker (drums) G E Smith (guitar)

13th October 1990 (US Military Academy, West Point, NY) to 16th October 1990 (Beacon Theatre, NYC) Cesar Diaz (guitar) Tony Garnier (bass) Christopher Parker (drums) G E Smith (guitar)

17th October 1990 (Beacon Theatre, NYC) to 20th October 1990 (Beacon Theatre, NYC) John De Staley (guitar) Cesar Diaz (guitar) Tony Garnier (bass) Christopher Parker (drums) G E Smith (guitar)

21st October 1990 (Richmond Mosque, Richmond, VA) to 18th November 1990 (Fox Theater, Detroit, MI) John De Staley (guitar) Cesar Diaz (guitar) Tony Garnier (bass) Christopher Parker (drums)

28th January 1991 (Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland) to 2nd March 1991 (Palacio De Los Deportes, Mexico City, Mexico) Cesar Diaz (guitar) Tony Garnier (bass) John Jackson (guitar) Ian Wallace (drums)

19th April 1991 (Saenger Performing Arts Center, New Orleans, LA) to 20th November 1991 (University Of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA) Tony Garnier (bass) John Jackson (guitar) Ian Wallace (drums)

18th March 1992 (Entertainment Centre, Perth, Australia) to 24th April 1992 (Waikiki Shell, Honolulu, HI) Bucky Baxter (pedal-steel guitar/mandolin) Tony Garnier (bass) John Jackson (guitar) Ian Wallace (drums)

27th April 1992 (Paramount Northwest Theatre, Seattle, WA) to 5th September 1992 (Orpheum Theatre, Omaha, NE) Bucky Baxter (pedal-steel guitar/mandolin) Tony Garnier (bass) John Jackson (guitar) Charlie Quintana (drums) Ian Wallace (drums)

6th September 1992 (Liberty Memorial Park, Kansas City, MO) to 15th November 1992 (South Florida Fairgrounds, West Palm Beach, FL) Bucky Baxter (pedal-steel guitar/mandolin) Tony Garnier (bass) John Jackson (guitar) Ian Wallace (drums)* Winston Watson (drums) *Ian Wallace did not take part in the show on 12th October (Broome County Forum, Binghampton, NY)

5th February 1993 (The Point, Dublin, Eire) to 8th May 1994 (Beale Street Blues Festival, Memphis, TN) Bucky Baxter (pedal-steel guitar/mandolin) Tony Garnier (bass) John Jackson (guitar) Winston Watson (drums)

20th May 1994 (“The Great Music Experience”, Todaiji Temple, Nara, Japan) to 22nd May 1994 (“The Great Music Experience”, Todaiji Temple, Nara, Japan) Ray Cooper (percussion) Jim Keltner (drums) Tokyo New Philharmonic Orchestra (conducted by Michael Kamen)

3rd July 1994 (Le Parc Du Bourget, Paris, France) to 4th August 1996 (House Of Blues, Atlanta, GA)* Bucky Baxter (pedal-steel guitar/mandolin) Tony Garnier (bass) John Jackson (guitar) Winston Watson (drums) *The band was augmented by Brendan O'Brien (organ) for the
'MTV Unplugged' sessions, 17th-18th November 1994, Sony Music Studios, NYC

17th October 1996 (Recreation Center, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA) to 24th February 1997 (Kosei Nenkin Kaikan, Sapporo, Japan) Bucky Baxter (pedal-steel guitar/mandolin) Tony Garnier (bass) John Jackson (guitar) David Kemper (drums)

31st March 1997 (Memorial Stadium, St Johns, Newfoundland, Canada) to 2nd May 1999 (Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany) Bucky Baxter (pedal-steel guitar/mandolin) Larry Campbell (guitar/violin) Tony Garnier (bass) David Kemper (drums)

5th June 1999 (Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, CO) to 5th September 1999 (Blockbuster Pavilion, Charlotte, NC) Larry Campbell (guitar/pedal-steel guitar/mandolin/violin) Tony Garnier (bass) David Kemper (drums) Charlie Sexton (guitar)

8th September 1999 (First American Music Center, Antioch, TN) Larry Campbell (guitar/pedal-steel guitar/mandolin/violin) Tony Garnier (bass) David Kemper (drums) Charlie Sexton (guitar) Marty Stuart (guitar)

9th September 1999 (Deer Creek Music Center, Noblesville, IA) to 24th November 2001 (Fleet Center, Boston, MA) Larry Campbell (guitar/pedal-steel guitar/mandolin/violin) Tony Garnier (bass) David Kemper (drums) Charlie Sexton (guitar)

31st January 2002 (TD Waterhouse Centre, Orlando, FL) to 13th April 2002 (Stadionsporthalle, Hannover, Germany) Larry Campbell (guitar/pedal-steel guitar/mandolin/violin) Tony Garnier (bass) George Recile (drums) Charlie Sexton (guitar)

15th April 2002 (Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt, Germany) Brady Blade (percussion) Larry Campbell (guitar/pedal-steel guitar/mandolin/violin) Tony Garnier (bass) George Recile (drums) Charlie Sexton (guitar)

16th April 2002 (Schleyerhalle, Stuttgart, Germany) to 17th April 2002 (Ravenna Festival 2002, Palazzo Mauro de André) Larry Campbell (guitar/pedal-steel guitar/mandolin/violin) Tony Garnier (bass) George Recile (drums) Charlie Sexton (guitar)

20th April 2002 (Filaforum, Milan, Italy) Larry Campbell (guitar/pedal-steel guitar/mandolin/violin) Tony Garnier (bass) [Jim Keltner (drums - shadowing George Recile)] George Recile (drums) Charlie Sexton (guitar)

21st April 2002 (Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland) Larry Campbell (guitar/pedal-steel guitar/mandolin/violin) Tony Garnier (bass) Jim Keltner (drums for the first ten songs) George Recile (drums for the second ten songs) Charlie Sexton (guitar)

23rd April 2002 (Olympiahalle, Innsbruck, Austria) to 12th May 2002 (Docklands Arena, London, England) Larry Campbell (guitar/pedal-steel guitar/mandolin/violin) Tony Garnier (bass) Jim Keltner (drums) Charlie Sexton (guitar)

18th July 2002 (Stage 6, Ray-Art Studios, Canoga Park, CA) to 22nd November 2002 (George Mason University Patriot Center, Fairfax, VA.) Larry Campbell (guitar/pedal-steel guitar/mandolin/violin) Tony Garnier (bass) George Recile (drums) Charlie Sexton (guitar)

6th February 2003 (AIS Arena, Canberra, Australia) to 26th February 2003 (Westpactrust Centre, Christchurch, New Zealand) Billy Burnette (guitar) Larry Campbell (guitar/pedal-steel guitar/mandolin/violin) Tony Garnier (bass) George Recile (drums)

18th April 2003 (Granada Theater, Dallas, TX) to 25th November 2003 (Brixton Academy, London, England) (Beginning with the July 22nd 2003 show at the Idaho Center, Nampa, ID,
Bob’s long-time guitar tech Tommy “Mad Dog” Morrongiello frequently joined
the band onstage playing both acoustic and electric guitar.) Larry Campbell (guitar/pedal-steel guitar/mandolin/violin) Tony Garnier (bass) Freddie Koella (guitar) George Recile (drums)

28th February 2004 (Cain's Ballroom, Tulsa, OK) to 4th April 2004 (Warner Theater, Washington, DC) Larry Campbell (guitar/pedal-steel guitar/mandolin/violin) Tony Garnier (bass) Richie Hayward (drums) Freddie Koella (guitar) George Recile (drums)

6th April 2004 (The Norva, Norfolk, VA) to 14th April 2004 (Tabernacle, Atlanta, GA) Larry Campbell (guitar/pedal-steel guitar/mandolin/violin) Tony Garnier (bass) Freddie Koella (guitar) George Recile (drums)

4th June 2004 (Meadowbrook Music Arts Center Pavilion, Gilford, NH) to 21st November 2004 (Harvard University Gordon Track and Tennis Center, Allston, MA) Larry Campbell (guitar/pedal-steel guitar/mandolin/violin) Tony Garnier (bass) Stu Kimball (guitar) George Recile (drums)

7th March 2005 (Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA) to 13th April 2005(Shea's Performing Arts Center, Buffalo, NY) Denny Freeman (guitar) Elana Fremerman (violin) Tony Garnier (bass) Donnie Herron (violin/mandolin/pedal-steel guitar) Stu Kimball (guitar) George Recile (drums)

15th April 2005 (Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA) to 17th April 2005 (Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA) Denny Freeman (guitar) Tony Garnier (bass) Donnie Herron (violin/mandolin/pedal-steel guitar) Stu Kimball (guitar) George Recile (drums)

19th April 2005 (New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ) to 22nd April 2005 (Foxwoods Resort Casino, Mashantucket, CT) Denny Freeman (guitar) Elana Fremerman (violin) Tony Garnier (bass) Donnie Herron (violin/mandolin/pedal-steel guitar) Stu Kimball (guitar) George Recile (drums)

24th April 2005 (Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa Event Center, Atlantic City, NJ) to 16th August 2009 (Harveys Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena, Stateline, NV) Denny Freeman (guitar) Tony Garnier (bass) Donnie Herron (violin/mandolin/pedal-steel guitar) Stu Kimball (guitar) George Recile (drums)

4th October 2009 (The Moore Theatre, Seattle, WA) to 21st November 2012 (Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York, NY) Tony Garnier (bass) Donnie Herron (banjo/mandolin/pedal- & lap-steel guitar/trumpet) Stu Kimball (guitar) George Recile (drums) Charlie Sexton (guitar)

5th April 2013 (SUNY Buffalo Alumni Arena, Buffalo, NY) to 30th June 2013 (The Lawn at Riverfront Park, Nashville, TN) Tony Garnier (bass) Donnie Herron (banjo/mandolin/pedal- & lap-steel guitar) Stu Kimball (guitar) George Recile (drums) Duke Robillard (guitar) 2nd July 2013 (AutoZone Park, Memphis, TN) to 14th July 2013 (DTE Energy Music Theatre,Clarkston, MI) Tony Garnier (bass) Donnie Herron (banjo/mandolin/pedal- & lap-steel guitar) Stu Kimball (guitar) George Recile (drums) Charlie Sexton (guitar) 15th July 2013 (Molson Canadian Amphitheatre, Toronto, Canada) to 24th July 2013 (Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach, VA) Tony Garnier (bass) Donnie Herron (banjo/mandolin/pedal- & lap-steel guitar) Stu Kimball (guitar) Colin Linden (guitar) George Recile (drums) 26th July 2013 (Pier A Park, Hoboken, NJ) to 31st July 2013 (Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre, Greenwood Village, CO) Tony Garnier (bass) Donnie Herron (banjo/mandolin/pedal- & lap-steel guitar) Stu Kimball (guitar) George Recile (drums) Charlie Sexton (Colin Linden standing in on 28th July) (guitar) 1st August 2013 (USANA Amphitheatre, West Valley City, UT) to 4th August 2013 (Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, CA) Tony Garnier (bass) Donnie Herron (banjo/mandolin/pedal- & lap-steel guitar) Stu Kimball (guitar) Colin Linden (guitar) George Recile (drums) 10th October 2013 (Spektrum, Oslo, Norway) to (who knows?) Tony Garnier (bass) Donnie Herron (banjo/mandolin/pedal- & lap-steel guitar) Stu Kimball (guitar) George Recile (drums) Charlie Sexton (guitar)



Vital Links!

Al Kooper
Alan Pasqua
Barry Goldberg
Ben Keith
Benmont Tench
Bill Kreutzmann
Billy Burnette
Billy Cross
Bob Weir
Bobby Gregg
Bobby Neuwirth
Bobbye Hall
Brady Blade
Brent Mydland
Bucky Baxter
Carolyn Dennis
Cesar Diaz
Charlie Quintana
Charlie Sexton
Christopher Parker
Clydie King
Colin Allen
Colin Linden
David Kemper
David Mansfield
Debbie Dye
Debra Byrd
Denny Freeman
Donnie Herron (BR-549)
Duke Robillard
Elana Fremerman
Elisecia Wright
Freddie Koella
Fred Tackett
G E Smith
Garth Hudson
Gary Burke
George Harrison
George Recile
Greg Sutton
Gwen Evans
Harvey Brooks
Helena Springs
Howie Epstein
Howie Wyeth
Ian McLagan
Ian Wallace
Jerome Arnold
Jerry Garcia
Jerry Scheff
Jim Keltner
Jo Ann Harris
Joan Baez
John (J J) Jackson
John Staehely
(aka John De Staley)
Justin Jesting
(now J J Holiday of "Imperial Crowns")
Keith Richards
Kenny Aaronson
Larry Campbell
Leon Russell
Levon Helm
Luther Rix
Madelyn Quebec
Marty Stuart
Michael Bloomfield
Mick Ronson
Mickey Hart
Mickey Jones
Mick Taylor
Mike Campbell
Mona Lisa Young
Neil Young
Phil Lesh
Queen Esther Marrow
Regina Havis
(aka Regina McCrary)
Richard Manuel
Richie Hayward
Rick Danko
Ringo Starr
Rob Stoner
Robbie Robertson
Ronee Blakely
Ronnie Wood
Sam Lay
Sandy Konikoff
Scarlet Rivera
Spooner Oldham
Stan Lynch
Steve Bruton
Steve Douglas
Steve Ripley
Steven Soles
Stu Kimball
T-Bone Burnett
Terry Young
Tim Drummond
Tom Petty
Tommy “Mad Dog” Morrongiello
Tony Garnier
Tony Marisco
Willie Nelson
Willie Smith
Winston Watson



Finally...

This article appeared in the Yorkshire Evening Post on Wednesday 27th August 2003! We live in hope…



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