Only if Isbell and Shakey do “Like a Hurricane.”
September 20, 1976 ~ Stephen Stills and Neil Young release their only album as a duo.
John Sebastian with Stephen Stills – Mobile Line & Bullfrog Blues Celebration at Big Sur 50 years ago today, September 13, 1969 …
A studio album released on September 11, 1991. It’s Stills and Stills alone … just him and either his acoustic or electric guitar. The cover is shot by the legendary Henry Diltz. Ray LaMontagne says “TreeTop Flyer” inspired him to follow a career in music.
August 19, 1969 ~ Mere hours after the epic festival, Crosby, Stills and Nash appear on the Dick Cavett Show, giving a first-hand account of the Woodstock festival that took place over the weekend. Joni Mitchell, who skipped the festival to make sure she could keep her appearance on the show, performs a song she wrote about it called “Woodstock” and also “Chelsea Morning.” The Jefferson Airplane appear, too, and Grace more than a few times calls Dick Cavette “Jim.” Finally, Cavette responds, “You’ve got to learn my name, Miss, Joplin!”
June 30, 1971 ~ The Captain releases his second solo album. A few noteables stop by to lend a hand: Eric Clapton, Billy Preston, Nils Lofgren, Dr. John, David Crosby and Jerry Garcia. Hell, famed rock photog Henry Diltz even does some backing vocals work.