Separate names with a comma.
Open your ears and listen.
Dr My Eyes - Jackson Browne solo - Jesse Ed Davis
The ones that influenced me the most are the guys I saw in the bars in Kent, Ohio on a weekly basis - Joe Walsh, Bob Webb, and Phil Keaggy plus...
Good player with good tone. But in my opinion he plays way to much especially when there is more than 1 guitarist. Not so bad when he is the only...
I saw the Island line-up (Boz Burrell) and the Larks Tongue line-up. I liked the Burrell line up better. I think I like the sax/flute better than...
I saw them. They were great. A big fan of Brewer Phillips.
I like to cut the grass. The mower died so I just got a self propelled one. Easier on my back and the walking is good exercise.
I saw them a couple times in the early 70s. Also saw Savoy Brown right before the 3 jumped ship to form Foghat. What a great SB line-up.
One of the greats.
Saw him with Mike Nesmith. Both solo acoustic guitars. Both were wonderful live.
He also produced and recorded with Sue Foley. His solo albums are wonderful. Saw him with Kris in the early 70s.
Depends on my mood. All have wonderful songs. John probably has the fewest and Paul the most. Unfortunately the radio stations only play a limited...
We (mostly the wife) have 2 of the grands this week. Unfortunately out of the 5 they are the hardest to deal with. Both smart, but one has a...
I had that album, it was very good.
I saw that line up and they were fantastic. I love all the FC line-ups, and have scene all the major line-ups except when RT was in the band. Saw...
I saw them with Lowell and later without. I like all the LF line ups, glad they continued to roll on.
James Gang were better than Led Zeppelin at Music Carnival in Cleveland.
That would be "bad" music, but I think that it was already invented.
I saw them twice in their prime. Great players, but I found it boring to listen to, probably great to be the band playing.