Legendary electric guitar innovator Les Paul would have been 100 today, and his birth is being honored across the U.S. with a series of special events that will include appearances by some of the countless musicians he inspired.
Kenny Wayne Shepherd has invited along a slew of classic rock legends -- including Ringo Starr, Joe Walsh and Warren Haynes -- as the guitarist revisits iconic blues material on his forthcoming new album.
They're Allman Brothers from different mothers, so Gregg Allman and Warren Haynes are always there for each other when it counts -- including this year's Christmas Jam, which will mark the Haynes-curated festival's 25th anniversary with a pair of sets from Allman.
Warren Haynes told ABC News Radio that he's looking forward to playing some new songs and collaborating with other artists at the Mountain Jam music festival, which kicks off today (June 6) in Hunter, N.Y.
This summer Allman Brothers Band guitarist Warren Haynes is teaming with distinguished symphonies like the Boston Pops and the San Francisco Symphony to bring the music of Jerry Garcia to fans in an entirely new way. The collaborators will approach the late singer's original compositions and Grateful Dead hits at nine different halls and amphitheaters across the country.
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