HAIRY AND CHUBBY - grateful dead and chubby wise


grateful dead and chubby wise - HAIRY AND CHUBBY

By the s Wakefield launched a solo career. He released his first solo album in and his second in backed up by bluegrass heavyweights Don Reno and Chubby Wise. He toured with Jerry Garcia, and New Riders of the Purple Sage and opened for the Grateful Dead. By mid-decade Wakefield began working with his newly formed band, The Good. Dick's Picks Volume 16 is the 16th live album in the Dick's Picks series of releases by the Grateful was recorded on November 8, (with one song from the previous night's show) at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco, contains the first live performance of Genre: Psychedelic rock, Jam.

As you read this, the Grateful Dead will be in the studio recording a new album. You've no doubt heard the Dead are taking an indefinite break from touring. The reason for this is simply that the megagig form is sort of bankrupt; devoid of dignity for either the listener or the player. Chubby Wise, fiddle; Don Reno, banjo; Frank Wakefield. Chubby Wise - fiddle Pat Campbell - bass Credits. The compilation album gives no other credit information. See entries for original source albums for other credit information. Related releases. For Deadheads was a UK released sampler of Grateful Dead 'family' tracks taken from Round Records and United Artists LPs from and

Good Old Boys was made up of David Nelson, Frank Wakefield, Don Reno, Chubby Wise and Pat Campbell Members: David Nelson, Frank Wakefield, Jerry Garcia, Pat Campbell (2). Bluegrass: Chubby Wise Plays, A.C. Averitt Sings, Chubby Wise & W. C. Averitt, In Search of Amelia Earhart, Plainsong, The Jim & Jesse Story: 24 Greatest Hits, Jim & Jesse, Trucker's Jukebox: 10 All-Time Radio Requests, Various Artists (Jim & Jesse), 50 Years of Bluegrass Hits, Various Artists (Jim & Jesse),

In his early teens Clements met Bill Monroe and the Blue Grass Boys when they came to Florida to visit Clements' stepfather, a friend of fiddler Chubby Wise. Clements was impressed with his playing. In late Wise left Monroe's group, and the 21 year-old Clements traveled by bus to ask for an audition. The Night Hawks with Jimmy Thackery back in like 81'. They rocked back then. Frank Marino 78' ELP 77' AC/DC W/ Bonn Scott 78'ish Char Col. Woo Hoo The Who with Kenny Jones in Greensboro 80' Almond Bros. 80' Jorma Acoustic Love Aud. at Duke 82' The Band opening for The Dead New Years 83' Frank Zappa at the Greek in Berk. 84' WOW!