Credit: Patricia O’DriscollWith the late Gregg Allman‘s final studio album, Southern Blood, scheduled to be released September 8, a series of special events have been lined up coinciding with the arrival of the record.

The first installment of the Southern Blood: Celebrating Gregg Allman series will be held September 7 at the Grammy Museum’s Clive Davis Theater in Los Angeles.

The event will feature Gregg’s son Devon; Southern Blood producer Don Was; Scott Sharrard, guitarist and musical director of Allman’s solo band; and Gregg’s longtime manager Michael Lehman in an evening of conversation and musical performances.

Grammy Museum executive director Scott Goldman will emcee the event. Tickets will go on sale to the general public this Thursday, August 17, at noon local time.

During the same week in September, the mayor of Allman’s hometown of Macon, Georgia, will issue a proclamation announcing that December 8, Gregg’s birthday, will be celebrated every year in the city as “Gregg Allman Day.”

On Saturday, September 9, Allman will be presented posthumously with the key to the city of Macon at The Allman Brothers Band Museum at The Big House, where the group and their families lived during the early 1970s. That evening at the museum, the second Southern Blood: Celebrating Gregg Allman interview-and-performance event will take place, with Devon Allman, Sharrard, Lehman and Gregg’s good friend Chank Middleton taking part.

Then, on September 15, the third and final Southern Blood: Celebrating Gregg Allman event will take place at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Ford Theater in Nashville, as part of the 18th annual AmericanaFest: The Americana Music Festival & Conference. Devon Allman and Lehman will again participate in the tribute, along with Buddy Miller, Joan Osborne and other musicians.

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Helen Boast/RedfernsNile Rodgers was hospitalized with an unidentified health issue over the weekend, forcing him to miss a concert Sunday in Toronto with his band Chic, Billboard reports.

Rodgers, who’s 64, tweeted thanks Sunday to fans who sent him get-well wishes.

“Thank you all so much,” he wrote. “I love @EarthWindFire @CHICorg all the #fans and my doctors who are taking great care of me. See you all very soon.”

Chic is currently on a joint North American trek with Earth, Wind & Fire called 2054: The Tour. It winds down next week.

In addition, Rodgers tweeted a message to Chic sound engineer John Ryan, revealing, “I’ve never missed one gig in my life… well, it’s been that way till now. The Dr. caught me trying to sneak out.” T

Chic’s next concert with Earth, Wind & Fire is scheduled for this Tuesday in Indianapolis. No word if Rodgers will be joining his band at the show.

Nile, who was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in April while receiving the Award for Musical Excellence, was diagnosed with an “extremely aggressive” form of prostate cancer in 2010, although he announced in 2014 that he was cancer-free.

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Credit: Myriam SantosFollowing the death of founding singer Glenn Frey in January 2016, The Eagles expressed doubt that they’d ever play again. However, after re-forming with Frey’s son Deacon and country star Vince Gill filling in for Glenn to play last month’s Classic West and Classic East festivals and the upcoming Classic Northwest event in September, the band apparently has decided to continue on and has lined up its first official headlining dates with the new lineup.

The newly announced shows, dubbed “An Evening with The Eagles,” are scheduled for October 17 in Greensboro, North Carolina; October 20 in Atlanta; October 24 in Louisville, Kentucky; and October 27 in Detroit.

Tickets for the concerts go on sale to the general public this Saturday beginning Saturday, August 19, at 10 a.m. ET via American Express card holders can purchase pre-sale tickets starting this Tuesday, August 15, at 10 a.m. A limited number of VIP packages also will be available. Visit for more information.

As previously reported, The Eagles — Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit, along with Deacon Frey and Gill — played alongside Steely Dan and The Doobie Brothers at The Classic West on July 15 in Los Angeles and The Classic East in New York City on July 29. The upcoming Classic Northwest show, taking place September 30 in Seattle, will just feature The Eagles and The Doobies.

Here are all of The Eagles upcoming concerts:

9/30 — Seattle, WA, Safeco Field – The Classic Northwest*
10/17 — Greensboro, NC, Greensboro Coliseum
10/20 — Atlanta, GA, Philips Arena
10/24 — Louisville, KY, KFC Yum! Center
10/27 — Detroit, MI, Little Caesars Arena

* = with The Doobie Brothers.

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ABC/Randy HolmesLionel Richie is having a moment: He’s on tour with Mariah Carey, he’s rumored to be joining ABC’s reboot of American Idol, and he just learned that he’ll receive the Kennedy Center Honors later this year. He says that he’s “so proud” of that last bit of news.

“There are some things in life where it catches you so far off guard,” he tells the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “It really represents a lifetime body of work.”

While at least one of the other honorees isn’t planning to attend, Richie says he’ll definitely be there.

“I think as an African-American, it is my place to stand there and show kids…that it is possible to reach the heights like this,” he says. “I was not born in Beverly Hills or raised on a trust fund. I got here by the sweat of my brow and the grace of God, so when you think of what it represents, yeah, I need to go.”

As for his tour with Mariah, Lionel says he hasn’t seen any of her alleged diva shenanigans…or if he has, he’s not spilling.

“I make sure I see her every night when she comes off stage to tell her she was fantastic,” he tells the newspaper. “You have to understand, this is not competitive…we are two artists that are trying to make sure the audience gets exactly what they want from us.”

Meanwhile, there’s no confirmation that Richie will judge American Idol, but he says he’d do a good job because he knows what it takes.

“It’s being an artist, and if you don’t know anything about artistry, you’re judging a different thing,” he says. “You have to have star material. Being a singer does not qualify you as star material. It takes a little more than that.”

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UMeRingo Starr‘s 19th album, Give More Love, which will be released on September 15, includes two songs featuring his fellow Beatle, Paul McCartney. Starr tells Rolling Stone that he had no trouble getting his old band mate to take part in the project.

“I just called him up and said, ‘I got this song called “Show Me the Way,” and I want you to play on it,'” Ringo reveals. “Because he is a really good friend of mine, he said he’d come to L.A. for it.”

The ex-Fab Four drummer adds, “[‘Show Me the Way’ is] about [my wife] Barbara. She shows me the way. I wanted it to be very personal. While [Paul] was there, he also played on ‘We’re on the Road Again.’ That was very kind of him.”

Starr goes on to share some gushing praise about McCartney’s musical talents.

“He’s an incredible musician,” he tells the magazine. “He’s incredible at singing too and as a writer, but for me, as a bass player, he is the finest and the most melodic. It’s always fun when we’re playing together.”

Ringo also points out that while many people comment that his collaborations with Macca are few and far between, he doesn’t feel that’s true.

“We did the Grammys [and] we did that Beatles show [CBS’ 50th anniversary special] three years ago,” he maintains. “So we are still pals, but we don’t live in each other’s pocket.”

Meanwhile, the 77-year-old Starr is preparing to launch a fall trek with his All Starr Band in October. As for whether he’d like to continue touring past his 80th birthday, Starr says, “Yeah, I love it. It’s what I do. As long as I can hold the sticks, we can go for a long time.”

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Courtesy of TIFFThe upcoming rock documentary Eric Clapton: Life in 12 Bars will get its world premiere at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival, which runs from September 7 to September 17. The film, which was directed by Oscar-winning producer Lili Fini Zanuck, takes an intimate look at the British guitar legend’s life, including his traumatic childhood, his rise to rock stardom, his struggle with drug addiction and the tragic 1991 death of his young son Connor.

According to official Clapton fan site, the movie tells Clapton’s story through his own words and music. The flick features extensive interviews with Eric, as well as with his family members, friends, musical heroes, collaborators and admirers, including the late legends B.B. King, Jimi Hendrix and George Harrison.

In creating the documentary, the production team was given wide access to a wealth of archival materials, including performance clips, behind-the-scenes footage, photos, posters and other memorabilia, as well as Eric’s handwritten letters, artwork and diary entries.

The official premiere date for Life in 12 Bars is expected to be announced on Tuesday, August 22. The documentary also will air on Showtime next year.

Zanuck’s previous directing credits include the 1991 crime drama Rush, which featured Clapton’s Grammy-winning track “Tears in Heaven.” Eric also wrote and performed on the film’s score.

At the same time that the Toronto International Film Festival is taking place, Clapton will be playing a series of U.S. concerts in New York City and the Los Angeles area. Here’s his full tour schedule:

9/7 — New York City, NY, Madison Square Garden
9/8 — New York City, NY, Madison Square Garden
9/13 — Inglewood, CA, The Forum
9/15 — Inglewood, CA, The Forum
9/16 — Inglewood, CA, The Forum
9/18 — Inglewood, CA, The Forum

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Credit: Timothy WhiteLast night in West Virginia, Michael McDonald launched a tour in support of his upcoming album, Wide Open, due September 15. It’s the ex-Doobie Brothers singer’s first album of original material in more than 10 years, and he says he’s excited to play new songs that he actually wrote, as opposed to the Motown and soul covers featured on the albums he’s issued during the past decade.

“This is an opportunity for us to really kind of widen our songbook a little bit and play some stuff that’s, in an honest sense, new and innovative for us,” he tells ABC Radio. “I loved the Motown stuff ’cause it was something different, and I love this new stuff ’cause I really feel if it’s nothing else, it’s something different.”

McDonald admits that it’s “a little bit self-indulgent” for him to want to play a lot of new songs from an album that isn’t out yet, and he promises he’ll cut back if the fans don’t respond well. He’s also aware that when it comes to the fans, “there’s certain things that they want to hear…so we want to always make sure we cover that material.”

“‘[I] Keep Forgettin’,’ ‘Takin’ It to the Streets,’ ‘What a Fool Believes’…those songs are kind of must-do’s,” he points out, while noting that he’ll likely perform fewer cover tunes than he usually does.

“We always love to play other people’s music,” he explains. “But I think we’re gonna try and peel that back to a show that segues into this new stuff a little better.”

The lyric video for McDonald’s new single “Half Truth” is out now, after premiering on Billboard. Michael’s tour wraps up November 18 in Rancho Cucamonga, California. You can also catch him on PBS’ Soundstage this fall.

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Credit: Ian RawnThe first single from the late Gregg Allman‘s upcoming final studio album, Southern Blood, is “My Only True Friend,” an introspective tune that Allman co-wrote with Scott Sharrard, the lead guitarist of his solo backing band. Now, fans can check out a lyrics video for the tune on Allman’s official YouTube channel.

“My Only True Friend” is the only song on Southern Blood that Gregg had a hand in writing. It’s a mid-tempo rock ballad that appears to find Allman facing his mortality while also musing about life as a touring musician.

“I hope you’re haunted by the music of my soul,” the founding Allman Brothers Band frontman sings. “When I’m gone, please don’t fly away/And find you a new love/I can’t face living this life alone/I can’t bear to think that this might be the end/But you and I both know, the road is my only true friend.”

Sharrard tells Rolling Stone that he wrote the track’s lyrics while imagining a conversation Allman’s late brother, Duane, would have with Gregg.

“I never told him because I didn’t want to spook him, since his brother was such an important figure in his life,” the guitarist admits.

Musically, the song is highlighted by Allman’s soulful vocals, accompanied by some plaintive piano, fiery blues-infused guitar some soaring horns.

The video features footage of moss-covered trees and marshy landscapes — echoing the Southern Blood album cover — mixed with scenes of Allman in the recording studio.

Southern Blood will be released September 8. Allman died May 27 at age 69 from complications of liver cancer.

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Credit: Andreas TerlaakNeil Diamond wraps up the U.S. leg of his 50 Year Anniversary World Tour this Saturday, August 12, at The Forum in the Los Angeles suburb of Inglewood, California, and it’ll mark his 35th concert at that venue. No other artists has made as many appearances there.

Dimaond’s first performance at the historic arena came on June 13, 1983, which was part of a record-breaking seven-night engagement. He then broke his own record when he did 10 concerts at The Forum in 1989. Since then, he’s performed multiple shows at the venue in 1992, 1993, 2001 and, now, this month.

The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer will continue his tour in September in Europe and the U.K. It wraps up October 19 at London’s The O2 arena.

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Elvis Presley’s GracelandThe 2017 edition of Elvis Week, the annual Elvis Presley celebration at Graceland in Memphis marking the anniversary of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s death, kicks off today. The year’s extravaganza, which will commemorate the 40th anniversary of Presley’s passing, will be a nine-day event running through Saturday, August 19, and the first since the opening of the Elvis Presley’s Memphis Entertainment Complex and The Guest House at Graceland hotel.

Among the many Presley-themed events scheduled to take place during Elvis Week 2017 are a memorabilia auction, various concerts, Q&A sessions and discussions, fan parties and gatherings, movie screenings and much more.

Here are a few of the major highlights:

–On Saturday, August 12, at 12:30 p.m. CT, the latest installment of The Auction at Graceland memorabilia sale will be held, featuring lots including a sleeveless jumpsuit Elvis wore onstage and a gold-and-diamonds ram’s head necklace Presley owned.

–On Tuesday, August 15, at 10 a.m., an event called “Conversations on Elvis: Elvis Family & Friends” will take place, featuring appearances by Presley’s ex-wife Priscilla, The Righteous BrothersBill Medley and others.

–Later on Tuesday, at 8:30 p.m., the annual candlelight vigil held on the eve of the anniversary of Elvis’ 1977 death will begin and will run until the morning hours of August 16.

–On Wednesday, at 8 p.m., the “ELVIS: Live in Concert 40th Anniversary Celebration” will take place at the FedExForum in downtown Memphis. The show will feature film footage of Elvis performing his classic songs with live accompaniment from a full symphony orchestra. Priscilla Presley will make a guest appearance at the concert.

Worth noting, the auction and the candlelight vigil and memorial will be viewable online at

Check out the full Elvis Week schedule at

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Genesis PublicationsThis Sunday marks the 50th anniversary of Fleetwood Mac‘s first concert, at the Windsor Jazz & Blues Festival in London. The band’s original lineup was led by singer/guitarist Peter Green and also featured drummer Mick Fleetwood. Photos from the historic gig are featured in Love that Burns — A Chronicle of Fleetwood Mac: Volume 1, 1967-1974, a limited-edition book written by Fleetwood that will be published September 19.

Mick tells ABC Radio that the main focus of his book is Green, whose guitar playing and heartfelt songs helped catapulted the band to fame in the U.K.

Love that Burns [is] dedicated to the man that formed Fleetwood Mac,” Mick tells ABC Radio. “And I was at his side, and of course remained in that band since that moment. So it’s really a labor of love in terms of that.”

The book chronicles the band’s turbulent history up until the 1974 arrival of Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks, although the majority of the tome is concerned with the 1968-1970 lineup of Green, Fleetwood, bassist John McVie and guitarists Jeremy Spencer and Danny Kirwan.

Love that Burns is filled with rare photos and other archival images. It also includes Fleetwood’s candid commentary, as well as recollections from Green, John and Christine McVie, Spencer and various band associates.

“I feel that’s really…lucky that we got all of that cooperative sense in the book,” notes Fleetwood.

Struggling with drug and mental-health issues, Green quit Fleetwood Mac in 1970, the first of many lineup changes the band underwent during the next few years.

Reflecting on Green’s contributions to the band, Fleetwood notes that his memorable songs, including “Black Magic Woman,” “Oh Well,” “Man of the World” and “Albatross,” “became our legacy.”

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Credit: John RussoFleetwood Mac‘s Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie will finish their first-ever tour as a duo on Friday with a concert in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and the longtime band mates have now announced a new 22-date run of fall U.S. shows. The trek gets underway October 14 in San Jose, California, and is mapped out through a November 16 in Sugar Land, Texas.

Among the other cities Buckingham and McVie will visit during the outing: San Diego; Little Rock, Arkansas; Indianapolis; St. Louis; Minneapolis; Milwaukee; Charleston, West Virginia; Louisville, Kentucky; Orlando and Jacksonville, Florida; and San Antonio and Austin, Texas.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, August 18, for all concerts except for the Louisville gig. Tickets for that show will be available for purchase starting Friday, August 25.

American Express cardholders will be able to buy pre-sale tickets beginning this Tuesday, August 15, 10 a.m. local time.

The concerts are in support of the duo’s Lindsey Buckingham/Christine McVie album, which was released in June. A new single from the record, “Lay Down for Free,” will be released to radio this week.

Here’s a list of all of Buckingham and McVie’s upcoming concerts:

8/10 — New York, NY, The Beacon Theatre
8/11 — Bethlehem, PA, Sands Bethlehem Event Center
10/14 — San Jose, CA, City National Civic
10/15 — Paso Robles, CA, Vina Robles Amphitheatre
10/17 — Santa Barbara, CA, Arlington Theater
10/19 — San Diego, CA, Humphrey’s
10/20 — Indio, CA, Fantasy Springs Casino
10/22 — Midland, TX, Noel Wagner Performing Arts Center
10/24 — Irving, TX, The Pavilion at Irving Music Factory
10/25 — Little Rock, AR, Robinson Performance Hall
10/27 — Indianapolis, IN, Murat Theatre
10/28 — St. Louis, MO, Fox Theatre – St. Louis
10/30 — Minneapolis, MN, Northrop Auditorium – University of Minnesota
10/31 — Milwaukee, WI, Riverside Theatre
11/2 — Charleston, WV, The Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences
11/3 — Northfield, OH, Hard Rock Live
11/5 — Louisville, KY, The Louisville Palace Theater
11/7 — Orlando, FL, Dr. Phillips Center
11/9 — Clearwater, FL, Ruth Eckerd Hall
11/11 — Hollywood, FL, Seminole Hard Rock Live Arena
11/12 — Jacksonville, FL, Moran Theatre – Times Union Center PAC
11/14 — San Antonio, TX, Majestic Theatre
11/15 — Austin, TX, Bass Concert Hall
11/16 — Sugar Land, TX, Smart Financial Centre

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Courtesy of Paramount PicturesPaul McCartney and U2‘s Bono are among a variety of stars featured in a new video promoting the film An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, the follow-up to former Vice President Al Gore‘s environmentally-themed 2006 documentary, An Inconvenient Truth.

In the clip, posted on Paramount Pictures’ official YouTube channel, celebrities explain why they’re “inconvenient” when it comes to supporting the fight against global warming. McCartney declares, “I’m inconvenient for the future of the planet,” while Bono says, “The poorest of the poor are furious because they’re hit first and worst by climate change.”

Other celebs appearing in the video include Pharrell Williams, Randy Jackson, Jennifer Hudson, Adam Levine, Rainn Wilson, OneRepublic‘s Ryan Tedder, and Shailene Woodley.

An Inconvenient Sequel focuses on Gore’s continuing efforts to promote awareness of climate change, and fight for the adoption of policies that support sustainable and clean energy.

A social media campaign launched in conjunction with the film and video asks people to post why they’re inconvenient when it comes to fighting climate change, using the hashtag #BeInconvenient.

An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power is in theaters now.

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Wincraft RecordsOn September 1, Steve Winwood will release his first-ever live album as a solo artist. Called Winwood: Greatest Hits Live, it features a career-spanning selection of tunes chosen by Winwood from his personal archives. Now, ABC Radio presents the exclusive premiere of an official video for one of the album’s 23 tracks: “Back in the High Life Again.”

The clip features the Rock & Roll Hall of Famer and his backing band playing an extended version of the 1986 hit, which showcases his mandolin skills.

“I wrote this song with [frequent collaborator] Will Jennings and it was the first song of mine that featured mandolin which I played,” recalls Winwood. “I remember being told that they used it to wake up the [Space Shuttle] astronauts one morning.”

Winwood: Greatest Hits Live boasts renditions of many of Steve’s best-known solo tunes, as well as songs from his stints in The Spencer Davis Group, Traffic and Blind Faith. The track list includes “Gimme Some Lovin’,” “I’m a Man,” “Dear Mr. Fantasy,” “Low Spark of High Heeled Boys,” “Can’t Find My Way Home,” “Higher Love” and “Roll with It.”

The album can be pre-ordered now and is available as a two-CD set, a four-LP 180-gram vinyl package and a digital download.

The same day that the album is released, Winwood will launch a U.S. tour in Santa Ynez, California. The trek will wind down with appearances at two stops on the Gregg Allman-founded Laid Back Festival tour: September 23 in Hartford, Connecticut, and September 24 in Wantagh, New York.

Jackson Browne, J. Geils Band singer Peter Wolf and Jaimoe’s Jasssz Band also will perform at those events.

Here are all of Winwood’s confirmed U.S. performances:

9/1 — Santa Ynez, CA, Chumash Casino
9/2 — Indio, CA, Fantasy Springs Resort Casino
9/3 — Reno, NV, Grand Sierra Resort
9/5 — Saratoga, CA, Mountain Winery
9/6 — Oakland, CA, Fox Theater
9/8 — Woodinville, WA, Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery
9/9 — Goldendale, WA, Maryhill Winery Amphitheater
9/11 — Santa Rosa, CA, Luther Burbank Center
9/13 — Los Angeles, CA, Hollywood Bowl
9/14 — San Diego, CA, Humphrey’s
9/16 — Denver, CO, Ellie Caulkins Opera House
9/17 — Telluride, CO, Telluride Blues and Brews Festival
9/19 — Irving, TX, Irving Music Factory
9/20 — Austin, TX, Austin City Limits Live
9/21 — Sugar Land, TX, Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land
9/23 — Hartford, CT, Xfinity Theatre – Laid Back Festival
9/24 — Wantagh, NY, Jones Beach Amphitheatre – Laid Back Festival

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RhinoA star-studded list of musicians, including current or former members of Aerosmith, Toto, Van Halen and Styx, are featured on a new album that late rock guitarist Ronnie Montrose began prior to his 2012 suicide death. 10X10, which will be released on September 29, is a project Montrose started with Styx bassist Rickey Phillips and KISS drummer Eric Singer, and that Phillips proceeded to finish with the help of various artists in honor of Ronnie.

The concept behind 10X10 was to put together a 10-track collection featuring a different lead singer on each song. Among the vocalists lending their talents to the album are ex-Van Halen/Montrose frontman Sammy Hagar, original Santana singer/keyboardist Gregg Rolie, Styx’s Tommy Shaw, founding Grand Funk Railroad frontman Mark Farner, ex-Deep Purple member Glenn Hughes and Mr. Big‘s Eric Martin.

Other musicians contributing to the record include Aerosmith’s Brad Whitford, Toto’s Steve Lukather, Def Leppard‘s Phil Collen, Edgar Winter, Rick Derringer, Styx’s Lawrence Gowan and Joe Bonamassa.

Regarding the material on the album, Phillips says, “[Montrose’s] songs still have the fire and angst of a young rebel, but with some added wisdom and foresight voiced in his own unique language of ‘guitar-speak.’ On 10X10, we hear Ronnie at the top of his game.”

10X10 will be available on CD, as a 180-gram vinyl LP and digitally.

In related news, expanded version of the first two albums by Ronnie’s eponymous band Montrose — the group’s 1973 self-titled effort and 1974’s Paper Money — will be released on October 13. The two-disc sets will include bonus discs featured previously unreleased live recordings, while the deluxe Montrose album also will contain unreleased demos. Hagar was the group’s frontman on both albums.

Here is the track list of 10X10:

“Heavy Traffic” — featuring Eric Martin & Dave Meniketti
“Love Is An Art” — featuring Edgar Winter & Rick Derringer
“Color Blind” — featuring Sammy Hagar & Steve Lukather
“Still Singin’ with the Band” — featuring Glenn Hughes, Phil Collen & Jimmy “Z” Zavala
“Strong Enough” — featuring Tommy Shaw
“Any Minute” — featuring Mark Farner & Ricky Phillips
“The Kingdom’s Come Undone” — featuring Ricky Phillips & Joe Bonamassa
“One Good Reason” — featuring Bruce Turgon & Brad Whitford
“Head On Straight” — featuring Davey Pattison & Marc Bonilla
“I’m Not Lying” — featuring Gregg Rolie, Tom Gimbel & Lawrence Gowan

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