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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by jaybones, Dec 28, 2018.
Hard to believe he's in his 70's...
Damn, that means I'm in my 60's.
Still love the White Trash version of Tobacco Road.
Edgar Winter’s White Trash was a badass R&B band. I like most of what he’s done.
He’s still got it, too!
What a great musician!
Happy Birrthday, sir!
Happy birthday Mr. Winter!
Happy Birthday Mr. Edgar Winter !
I know this doesn't go in Bad Dog Cafe, but I'm putting it here anyway:
I saw Edgar headline a triple bill.
I believe it was 1973.
Bad company opened.
Then Lynyrd Skynyrd
Edgar Winter closed.
Concert was 17 bucks.
I got my moneys worth that night.
Randy Joe Hobbs on bass I believe.
72 to be exact....saw him and Johnny playing together in the 70's ...I remember not being able to hear much after the show....we old guys really did get to see all the cool bands
He was in the house band in this movie, plays some beautiful sax in the theme song from it.. wife and I chose it for our wedding waltz after seeing the movie in our early days
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saw him in 73. happy birthday!
I got to see Edgar Winter live in Frankfurt, Germany, in the very early 1990's.
Rick Derringer on guitar, Edgar Winter on synth, sax, vocals, and percussion.
Chuck Leavell on keyboards, Charlie Torres on bass, and man oh man, I'm drawing a blank on the name of the drummer.
Anyway, it was a fantastic show!!
I saw Edgar more than any other musician in concert in the 70's. Got some fantastic slides of him I need to get digitized.
You are right Tobacco Road is the best.
i used to have this song on a vhs compilation video back in the early 90's played it too death
I saw him a few years ago at a very intimate club in Annapolis, MD called the Ram's Head On Stage. Great show and a great band, very tight, not too loud.
as much as i love johnny ,edgar just never did it for me.did'nt care for frankenstein or hoochy coo'.i was much more into tull,yes ,genesis etc.
That’s just the stuff that made it to the radio. He made LOTS of better music iMHO.
It's Tommy Shannon in this case who later played with SRV. Randy Jo Hobbs did serve a stint with Johnny and Edgar though. Looks like Randy Jo on the "Frankenstein" video.
Edgar is so incredibly talented. He was as big of a musical force as brother Johnny.