The Yardbirds returned to the Rams Head On Stage on August 21. The group reunited in September 2012, but their set list was different than the previous time they played together. Mitchell nailed lead vocals, belting the blues with gusto. McCarty sang lead vocals on a track from 1984’s Box of Frogs. Smales’ choice bass playing was always a pleasure.
The band consists of a four-piece line-up that features singer-songwriter Carolyn Wonderland, keyboardist Greg Rzab, drummer Jay Davenport, and acoustic guitar player. As a multi-instrumentalist, Mayall plays the electric guitar, harmonica, and keys. The band opened with the song “Dancing Shoes.” The other three members of the group performed songs from “Sweet Jane,” which was a single-song medley of his best-known hits. Next up, Mayall’s and his band played a rousing version of the 1960s hit “Riding the L&N,” a song written by Mick Taylor and Eric Clapton.
Regardless of age, John Mayall is still well-preserved mentally. His musical line-up also includes Mick Fleetwood, Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, Peter Green, and John McVie. The lineup also featured Mick Fleetwood and the Rolling Stones’ Mick Taylor. In a rare collaboration, Mayall and his band played a new version of the classic “Dancing Shoes.”
While he may be 85 years old, Mayall is in great physical and mental condition. In the 1960s, Mayall was the leader of the Bluesbreakers, which included Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, Peter Green, John McVie, and Mick Taylor. After his departure, he formed his own band, which is still known as the Bluesbreakers. The line-up for the band changed a few times, but the blues remained at its core.
John Mayall is a great singer and guitarist. He is 85 years old and still in great physical and mental condition. He is one of the most influential artists of the 60s and will be a big hit on the Rams Head On Stage on August 21. He will perform with his bandmates at the Howard Theatre. The concert is free, but you have to pay the entry fee to attend.
The setlist of the Bluesbreakers show will be performed live by John Mayall. While it is unlikely that the band will perform live in the venue, it will be a great opportunity to catch the band. There are other acts that will open the show. For example, the popular rock group Crowded Streets will perform songs by Stevie Wonder and lead the concert. If you like music and are looking to catch some good rock shows, the event will have plenty to offer.
The Bluesbreakers will open the show with a cover of “Dancing Shoes.” The band then played a classic from the ’60s, with Mayall singing lead and the band playing the electric guitar. They opened with the song “Dancing Shoes” and played a number of other classics. During the set, the Bluesbreakers closed the show with the “Riding the L&N” by Lionel Hampton.
Among the many artists scheduled to perform at the Rams Head On Stage is John Mayall. He has a long and distinguished career in the music industry, and is a master of the blues. He is an English blues singer, pianist, harmonica player, and guitarist. His band, “The Bluesbreakers,” formed in the 1960s and included legendary blues guitarists. In 1969, Mayall relocated to Los Angeles and joined several bands.
Despite the age of the band, Mayall is in good physical and mental condition. He has toured the world with his four-piece band and will play the Rams Head on stage in August. The band will be joined by three other acts: Texan singer Carolyn Wonderland, a drummer named Jay Davenport, and a bassist named Greg Rzab. The guitarist was accompanied by John Mayall. During the concert, the band played a cover of ‘Dancing Shoes’ by his band. Afterwards, they played a re-cover of “Riding the L&N.” Originally written by Lionel Hampton, the song was performed by John and his group.