The Blasters came to glory in the same period as MTV. They were an American Roots band mixing California Country with hard RnB and made decisions based on personal beliefs and what the music came to stand for….very often one and the same. The Blasters never made a video for MTV. This lie concert video from German on August 17, 1985 shows a band at its peak
Del McCoury and his band give new meaning to ‘taking it on the road’ with this video on a horse drawn carriage ride through New Orleans. The Del McCoury Band, including son Ronnie on mandolin and harmony, stop traffic with the Bloody Sunday Sessions.
The Defibulators go to the head of the class on Career Day. The band gathered after shop machine shop to share with the rest of the students at the Bristol Rhythm and Roots Reunion their goals in life. After a short history of the circumstances that brought them this far, The Defibulators proudly put on the blue uniform of the "Working Class"
Welcome to Vermont! Lots of trees making barrels of maple syrup. Waylon Speed show the Vermont that the band sees on the day to day in the video from "Until It All Ends", from the forthcoming Kin release, due in late June 2014.
Forty years plus in music business builds your contact list, and Gregg Allman makes the most of friendship with a new CD/DVD available through Rounder Records, “All My Friends – Celebrating the Songs and Voice of Gregg Allman”. The live video features buddies Zac Brown and Vince Gill joining Gregg.