Gary Clark Jr.

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Gary Clark Jr. – Rock in Rio USA 2015

 

Gary Lee Clark, Jr. (born February 15, 1984) is an American guitarist and actor based in Austin, Texas. Clark shared the stage with various legends of rock and roll, and has stated that he is “influenced by blues, jazz, soul [and] country, as well as hip hop”. Clark’s musical trademarks are his distorted guitar sound and smooth vocal style.

Musical career

Gary Clark Jr. began playing guitar at the age of twelve. Born and raised in Austin, Clark played small gigs throughout his teens, until he met promoter Clifford Antone, proprietor of the Austin music club Antone’s. Antone’s was the launch pad from which Jimmie and Stevie Ray Vaughan redefined blues at the time. Soon after meeting Clifford, Clark began to play with an array of musical icons, including Jimmie Vaughan. Vaughan and others in the Austin music community helped Clark along his musical path, facilitating his ascent in the Texas rock and roll scene. Clark’s music demonstrates how the blues have shaped virtually every medium of music over the past century, from hip-hop to country.

Rolling Stone declared Clark “Best Young Gun” in its April 2011, “Best of Rock” issue.

Clark sang on the bonus track cover of “I Want You Back” by the Jackson 5 on Sheryl Crow’s album 100 Miles from Memphis.

More recently, Clark recorded with Alicia Keys on two different songs in New York, NY.

On August 28, 2012, Alicia Keys revealed via Twitter that Clark’s new album and major-label debut called Blak and Blu would be released on October 22, 2012. Later that day, the news appeared on Clark’s official website.

Clark worked with the Foo Fighters on the track “What Did I Do? / God as My Witness” on their 2014 album Sonic Highways at KLRU-TV Studio 6A in Austin, TX.

Gary Clark announced that his new album The Story Of Sonny Boy Slim will be released worldwide on September 11, 2015.

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Stevie Salas Wild Ride

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Stevie Salas Wild Ride

Stevie Salas is a Native American guitarist, author, television host, music director,record producer, and film composer.

In recent years, Salas has also worked as advisor to contemporary music at the Smithsonian NMAI.[5]

Early career

In 1990, Salas released his first solo album Stevie Salas Colorcode, opening for Joe Satriani and his 1989 album Flying in a Blue Dream. Despite heavy promotion, Salas’ first album did not make a mark in the charts. However, while not popular in the United States, Salas’ music began to receive some attention in both Japan and Europe.

1990s to 2010s

In 1993, he released Stevie Salas Electric Pow Wow, a cover album featuring celebrity guests playing covers of songs that Salas was influenced by growing up, to critical acclaim. Then in 1994, Salas released Back From the Living in Japan, where his singles “Start Again” and “Tell Your Story Walkin” were released. During this time, he also appeared the album Rats by then girlfriend Sass Jordan.

After a period of inactivity, in 2001, Mick Jagger hired him to play guitar on some concert dates. In 2001, Salas released Shapeshifter: The Fall and Rise of Stevie No-Wonder. In 2003, he released The Soulblasters of the Universe, and did his first European Colorcode tour since 1999.

From 2006 to 2010, Salas served as music director and consultant for American Idol and 19 Entertainment nurturing Kris Allen, Adam Lambert, Chris Daughtry, and their respective touring bands for subsequent American tours.

Salas began working as host and executive producer of the Canadian Music TV series Arbor Live for APTN. In mid-2009, Salas co-founded with the internet entrepreneur Laurence Dorazio the company Rockstar Solos, LLC which focuses on iPhone and iPad gaming and entertainment application development. The first application also called Rockstar Solos became available in the iTunes Store in December 2009. The company Rockstar Logic has thousands of downloads to date.

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Talking Heads – Born Under Punches

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Talking Heads – Born Under Punches

“Born Under Punches”

Take a look at these hands.
Take a look at these hands.
The hand speaks. The hand of a government man.
Well I’m a tumbler. Born under punches.
I’m so thin.

All I want is to breathe I’m too thin
Won’t you breathe with me?
Find a little space, so we can move in-between In-Between it
And keep on step ahead, of yourself.

Don’t you miss it, don’t you miss it.
Some ‘a you people just about missed it!
Last time to make plans!
Well I’m a tumbler…
I’m a Government Man.

Never seen anything like that before
Falling bodies tuble ‘cross the floor Well I’m a tumbler!
When you get to where you wanna be Thank you! Thank you!
When you get to where you wanna be Don’t even mention it!

Take a look at these hands. They’re passing in-between us.
Take a look at these hands
Take a look at these hands. You don’t have to mention it.
No thanks. I’m a Government Man.

And the heat goes on…And the heat goes on…And the heat goes on…
And the heat goes on…Where the hand has been…And the heat goes
on…And the heat goes on…And the heat goes on…And the heat goes
on…And the heat goes on…And the heat goes on…And the heat goes
on…Where the hand has been…And the heat goes on…And the heat
goes on…
I’m not a drowning man!
And I’m not a burning building! (I’m a tumbler!)
Drowning cannot hurt a man!
Fire cannot hurt a man. (Not the Government Man.)

All I want is to breathe Thank you. Thank you
Won’t you breathe with me?
Find a little space…So we move in-between I’m so thin
And keep one step ahead of yourself. I’m catching up with myself

All I want it to breathe
Won’t you breathe with me Hands of a Government Man
Find a little space so we move in-between
And keep one step ahead of yourself. Don’t you miss it! Don’t you
miss it!

And the heat goes on…And the heat goes on…And the heat goes on…
And the heat goes on…And the heat goes on…And the heat goes on…
And the heat goes on…And the heat goes on…And the heat goes on…
Where the hands has been…And the heat goes on…And the heat goes
on…And the heat goes on…

 

Tepoe Nash – The Great Spingolly Rock ‘n’ Roll

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Tepoe Nash – The Great Spingolly Rock ‘n’ Roll

Biography

     Tepoe Nash was born and raised in the rural part of middle Tennessee,  He began his musical journey at the young age of five when his mom and dad bought him a guitar for his birthday. Although Tepoe loved the guitar, he loved to experiment on other instruments, and by the age of twelve, Tepoe was writing songs, singing lead, and playing drums in a rock band at many of the local venues. Over the years, while developing his songwriting skills and musical abilities on various instruments, Tepoe was involved in several rock bands. Two of the bands were seriously considered by major record labels, but the challenges of keeping the bands together prohibited their further development. After accepting the reality of these challenges, Tepoe decided to pursue a solo musical career.
Tepoe began performing in Nashville, Tennessee, as an acoustic artist at various songwriting venues such as the Bluebird Café, the French Quarter, the Commodore Lounge, the Hall of Fame Lounge, and many others.  Tepoe was inspired to record his acoustic songs and then organized a tour to Las Vegas to promote his new CD. He performed at many cities along the way including Oklahoma City, Amarillo, Flagstaff, Las Vegas, Denver, and St. Louis. Tepoe was then invited to perform on a local Pax television show called “Nashville On Stage”  where he performed several times.  This show was viewed by approximately 3.5 million people in the Tennessee area. Tepoe also had the honor to began collaborating and performing with Hall of Famer, Wayne Moss, also known as Barefoot Jerry.  Wayne is better known for his guitar playing and session work.  He has more session work than could be mentioned here but some of his accomplishments that Tepoe loved are, He recorded the original guitar track for Roy Orbison on “O Pretty Woman” and was the lead guitarist on “Only Daddy” for Waylon Jennings.   He also was a musician on Bob Dylan’s greatest CD “Blonde on Blonde!

Although Tepoe enjoys performing his acoustic music, his burning desire for rock music was reignited and led him to work on his latest rock project entitled “The Great SpinGolly”. Three of the songs on the CD made it to #1 on Song Planet Radio and is currently being featured on several radio stations around the world! He is really proud of how the CD turned out because every element of this project was completed by him. Tepoe played all of the instruments, sang all of the vocal parts, mixed and recorded the tracks, designed the artwork for the CD, and wrote eight out of the ten songs on the CD. The other two songs are Tepoe’s versions of some rock and roll classics.

Tepoe loves working on different kinds of music and has recently been recording and releasing some new country music songs.  These new songs have also been receiving radio airplay!

Tepoe received a patent on a new type of guitar and started a business entitled, Computerized Guitar, he is currently working on the development of his invention, and invites you to check it out at www.ComputerizedGuitar.com.

Tepoe is currently recording new music and will continue to diligently pursue his musical interests. Tepoe says, “Music is in my blood!  I’m grateful to God for my past success in music and I’m really excited about what the future holds!”

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Moonshine of Tennessee

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It’s Going to Take Some Time

Buckethead with Claypool Bernie Worrell and Brain

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Buckethead with Claypool Bernie Worrell and Brain

From Wikipedia :

Les Claypool, bassist of many bands, including Primus, collaborated with virtuoso guitarist Buckethead, funk keyboardist Bernie Worrell, and former Primus drummer Brain (Bryan Mantia) under the name Colonel Claypool’s Bucket of Bernie Brains (a combination of all the band members’ names), after they met at the 2002 Bonnaroo Music and Arts festival. Worrell, Brain and Buckethead were there to perform with Bill Laswell as Praxis. Laswell was not able to play at the concert, so Claypool invited them to jam with him. From this point, they developed the concept of this supergroup. Their concerts pushed the improvisational envelope by preparing no material and not rehearsing beforehand. At one of their shows they prepared sandwiches onstage for the audience members to eat.

Colonel Claypool’s Bucket of Bernie Brains reunited in 2004 to record The Big Eyeball in the Sky, an album with equal parts instrumental and vocal songs. The band began an 18-state tour of the US on September 24, 2004. Claypool said the tour was “a traveling, oversized sock-puppet show spawned by the characters of a Tobe Hooper film and scored by Danny Elfman on bad acid.” The album features only one guest, the multi-talented Gabby La La (noted as Gabby Lang on Les Claypool’s Frog Brigade‘s Purple Onion) on vocals and sitar. She also opened on every show during the 2004 tour to mixed reviews as a solo act, sometimes with members of C2B3.

 

 

FAST CAR – SARAH JANE MORRIS

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FAST CAR – SARAH JANE MORRIS

“Fast Car”

You got a fast car
I want a ticket to anywhere
Maybe we make a deal
Maybe together we can get somewhere
Any place is better
Starting from zero got nothing to lose
Maybe we’ll make something
Me myself I got nothing to prove

You got a fast car
I got a plan to get us out of here
I been working at the convenience store
Managed to save just a little bit of money
Won’t have to drive too far
Just ‘cross the border and into the city
You and I can both get jobs
And finally see what it means to be living

See my old man’s got a problem
He live with the bottle that’s the way it is
He says his body’s too old for working
His body’s too young to look like his
My mama went off and left him
She wanted more from life than he could give
I said somebody’s got to take care of him
So I quit school and that’s what I did

You got a fast car
Is it fast enough so we can fly away?
We gotta make a decision
Leave tonight or live and die this way

So remember when we were driving driving in your car
Speed so fast I felt like I was drunk
City lights lay out before us
And your arm felt nice wrapped ’round my shoulder
And I had a feeling that I belonged
I had a feeling I could be someone, be someone, be someone

You got a fast car
We go cruising, entertain ourselves
You still ain’t got a job
And I work in a market as a checkout girl
I know things will get better
You’ll find work and I’ll get promoted
We’ll move out of the shelter
Buy a bigger house and live in the suburbs

So remember when we were driving driving in your car
Speed so fast I felt like I was drunk
City lights lay out before us
And your arm felt nice wrapped ’round my shoulder
And I had a feeling that I belonged
I had a feeling I could be someone, be someone, be someone

You got a fast car
I got a job that pays all our bills
You stay out drinking late at the bar
See more of your friends than you do of your kids
I’d always hoped for better
Thought maybe together you and me find it
I got no plans I ain’t going nowhere
So take your fast car and keep on driving

So remember when we were driving driving in your car
Speed so fast I felt like I was drunk
City lights lay out before us
And your arm felt nice wrapped ’round my shoulder
And I had a feeling that I belonged
I had a feeling I could be someone, be someone, be someone

You got a fast car
Is it fast enough so you can fly away?
You gotta make a decision
Leave tonight or live and die this way

song by TRACY CHAPMAN

Angus Young plays Thunderstruck

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Angus Young plays Thunderstruck

 

Thunderstruck

I was caught

In the middle of a railroad track(Thunder)

I look a’round

And I knew there was no turning back (Thunder)

My mind raced

And I thought what could I do (Thunder)

And I knew

And I knew there was no help,no help from you (Thunder)

Sound of the drums

Beatin’ in my heart

The thunder of guns

Tore me apart

You’ve been-thunderstruck

Went down the highway

Broke the limit, we hit the town

Went through to Texas, yeah Texas

And we had some fun

We met some girls

Some dancers who gave a good time

Broke all the rules, played all the fools

Yeah, yeah, they, they, they blew our minds

I was shakin’ at the knees

Could I come again please?

Yeah the ladies were too kind

You’ve been – thunderstruck,thunderstruck

Yeah yeah yeah, thunderstruck

Oh, thunderstruck

Yeah

Now we’re shaking at the knees

Could I come again please?

Thunderstruck, thunderstruck

Yeah yeah yeah, thunderstruck

Thunderstruck yeah, yeah, yeah thunderstruck

Said yeah, it’s alright

We’re doing fine

Yeah it’s alright

We’re doing fine

So fine

Thunderstruck, yeah, yeah, yeah,

Thunderstruck, thunderstruck, thunderstruck

Whoa baby, baby, thunderstruck

You’ve been thunderstruck, thunderstruck

Thunderstruck, thunderstruck

You’ve been thunderstuck