Gene Parsons revives Nashville West
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LILY PARSONS: BASS, VOCALS
JOHNNY BUSH: DRUMS, VOCALS
GENE PARSONS: PEDAL STEEL, GUITAR, BANJO, VOCALS
MORGAN DANIEL: GUITAR, VOCALS
SONGS BY BYRDS COVERED BY OTHER ARTISTS
Updated July 2022
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED IN ANY MANNER.
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Compiled by David Chirko, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
Many thanks to David.
It will survey the rise of The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, The Flying Burrito Brothers, Poco, Eagles, Emmylou Harris, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Linda Ronstadt and the next generation – who found success by merging rock & roll rhythms and attitude with country and bluegrass instrumentation and harmonies.
Western Edge’s opening weekend will include two special concerts in the museum’s CMA Theater in Nashville: Los Angeles Country-Rock in Concert – Friday, Sept. 30. Performers include Chris Hillman, Bernie Leadon, Herb Pedersen and a house band led by John Jorgenson with JayDee Maness, Steve Duncan and Mark Fain.
Desert Rose Band – Sunday, Oct. 2. For the first time in more than a decade, the Desert Rose Band will reunite for a special concert.
Thanks to JPM for the info.
by Best Classic Bands staff
David Crosby made it official in an interview on May 5: After nearly 60 years of relentless touring, from clubs to stadiums, he’s retiring from the road.
After being asked, “Are you going to tour anymore?” Crosby put it bluntly: “No.”
“I’m not, because I’m 80. It’s because I’m old,” he said. “Being on a bus tour is a daunting task. It’s very hard. It takes it out of you. I’m too old to do it anymore. I don’t have the stamina; I don’t have the strength.”
His recent bout with COVID also took a toll on him. “It has been awful. COVID is a very weird disease. It makes you feel absolutely freaking awful,” he said. “It has been thoroughly unpleasant…it’s no fun at all. You want to avoid it if you possibly can.”
Crosby has enjoyed an unprecedented career renaissance that began in 2014 with the release of his fourth solo album, simply titled Croz. Since then, he has released four more solo projects, collaborating with a variety of musicians and singers: Lighthouse (2016), Sky Trails (2017), Here if You Listen (2018) and 2021’s For Free.
Crosby’s six-decade career has included co-founding such culture-defining bands as The Byrds and Crosby Stills & Nash (both of whom have been inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame), and gaining entrée into the illustrious Songwriters Hall of Fame.
Thanks to JPM
BYRDS 1973 « Reunion » LP re-re-re-re-re-released….
Remastered edition 180g audiophile coral vinyl LP on Friday Music Records FRM-5058
In october 1972, The Byrds changed the course of rock music history once again, as the original 1965 superstar line-up of Roger McGuinn, David Crosby, Chris Hillman, Gene Clark and Michael Clarke ventured back into the studio to cut their final studio album. Produced by David Crosby, the stellar new work, simply titled "Byrds", became one of the most anticipated 1973 album releases.
The eleven song masterwork kicks off with their hit single "Full Circle", and follows up with the brilliant track "Sweet Mary", featuring the stunning vocals of Roger McGuinn. More choice material abounds, including Joni Mitchell's "For Free" and two tracks written by Neil Young.
In an effort to continually offer consummate music lovers with the greatest rock recordings of all time, Friday Music proudly presents for the first-time-ever on 180-gram audiophile vinyl, the Anniversary Edition of The Byrds' 1973 Asylum Records classic, “Byrds”.
Impeccably mastered by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios from the original Asylum Records tapes, the masterwork is pressed for a very limited time on striking 180-gram coral audiophile vinyl, with its original gatefold cover art.