The latest: Johnny and Co. would like to send out their best wishes to the friends and family of the late harp master Pat Ramsey, who died November 17 at the age of 55 after a long illness. Pat made some remarkable contributions to Johnny’s 1978 release White Hot & Blue.
For a complete roundup of all things Johnny Winter, including his current tour dates and the details of his upcoming appearance at the Warren Haynes Christmas Jam in Asheville, North Carolina, visit our friends at LiveBluesWorld.com.
The latest: Johnny is currently on tour across the pond, and he’ll be back later this month. In the meantime, get the latest update on his travels and happenings via our friends at LiveBluesWorld.com. We’ll even give you an explanation of the above photo!
And while you’re over there, check out the brand-spankin’-new discussion board, where you can discuss all things Johnny with fellow fans.
… can be found over at LiveBluesWorld.com. And while you’re at it, be sure to visit Johnny’s personal artist page, where you can listen to tracks from Johnny’s acclaimed Live Bootleg Series. You can also drop Johnny a line!
And don’t forget! The Live Through the ’70s DVD is scheduled for release on October 28. You can read all about it right here.
DVD set for October 28 release: Mark your calendars, folks. On the heels of the success of the first three installments of the Live Bootleg CD series, Johnny has decided to open his video vaults as well. And this upcoming release is a remarkable official collection of performance footage from around the globe.
This DVD offers an array of footage from the ’70s, including performances from Danish TV “Gladsaxe Teen Club” (Denmark 1970); the Royal Albert Hall in London (1970); the Beat Club in Bremen, Germany (1970); Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert – Palace Theater in Waterbury, Connecticut (1973); Soundstage – Blues Summit in Chicago (1974); Musikladen in Bremen, Germany (1974); and Rockpalast in Germany (1979). Intermixed with the live content is interview footage at Detroit Tubeworks in Detroit (1970). This is indeed the definitive document of Johnny’s career in the ’70s!
To see a complete track listing of this upcoming release, visit our friends at LiveBluesWorld.com. And you can read an about.com preview of the DVD right here.