Legal Disclaimer                      © 2015-2019  TDR Enterprises - all rights reserved.                      contact us: don@thedonrocks.com

The Reverend Al Green is very much alive and still working at 71, but here he is at the peak of his fame in 1974 singing, I'M SO TIRED OF BEING ALONE Live with great audio and video. Check out the ladies in the audience, that man got a lot of love.

Fun Facts: Chuck Berry said T-Bone was one of his main influences and Jimi Hendrix gave Walker credit for his trick of playing guitar with his teeth.

The J. Giles Band was an R&B oriented Blues Rock group that like many of it's competitors would swing toward the emerging New Wave Pop of the 80's when they had their greatest success. Two of J. Giles biggest hits came in 1980 before Wolf left to go solo in 198...

Lightnin' was known for a peculiar style of picking the guitar caused by years of playing with out a backup band; his distinctive finger style technique often included playing, in effect, bass, rhythm, lead, and percussion at the same time.

June 22, 2015

Boz Scaggs attended the elite private school, St. Marks, in Dallas, and when he was 12 met another student who played guitar named Steve Miller.  In 1959 Boz joined Steve’s band, The Marksmen, and later they both attended the University of Wisconsin, and had bands ther...

Please reload