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His father, Doyle Bramhall, Sr., played drums for the legendary bluesmen Lightnin' Hopkins and Freddie King and was a lifelong collaborator with his childhood friends Stevie Ray Vaughan and Jimmie Vaughan.When Bramhall was 18, he toured with Jimmie Vaughan's band, the Fabulous Thunderbirds.Crow, 49 and a cancer survivor, opened up to Prevention about the new romance with Bramhall, 42, especially since it affects her two adopted sons, Wyatt, 3, and Levi, 1."We have a great foundation, having known each other for 15 years.I like playing old SGs and 335s because they don't sound so aggressive. "So my goal is to do this European tour, which is six weeks in total, and I'm about to go into the studio to start recording, hopefully for my next album, in Germany.
All you need to do is purchase (4) TICKETS in the next 24 hours! Music By The Bay Live.com/tickets/ NOTE: Upon purchase, the ticket holder will be contacted by Music by the Bay Live with full details for arrival, etc.The album's lead single, "Green Light Girl," was somewhat of a hit in the blues world.In the following years, Bramhall collaborated with artists such as T Bone Burnett, Elton John, Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, Gary Clark Jr., Gregg Allman, Dr.Following the 1999 release of Jellycream, Bramhall's second album and first for RCA, he received phone calls from both Roger Waters and Eric Clapton.Bramhall joined Waters on his In the Flesh tour, playing guitar and providing background and lead vocals.
Doyle: "I think the way young people are hearing about blues now is through people like The Black Keys, Gary Clark Jr... Then I'll go back home and do a concert for PBS hopefully with special guests from my past...