6 de nov. de 2023 · By Michael H. Little | November 6, 2023 Remembering Doug Sahm, born on this day in 1941. — Ed. Hank Williams’ very last performance in this life was at the Skyline Club in Austin, Texas in December 1953. On stage with him was an unusual figure; the 11-year-old Douglas Wayne Sahm, a prodigy who had made his radio debut at the age of five.
7 de nov. de 2023 · He came into the world as Douglas Wayne Sahm on November 6, 1941 in San Antonio, TX, and is best known for his #13 1965 pop hit “She’s About a Mover” as leader of the Sir Douglas Quintet, and then some 35 years later as a member of the Grammy-winning Texas Tornados along with Freddy Fender, Flaco Jimenez and Augie Meyers.
24 de nov. de 2023 · Doug Sahm, Burt Bacharach "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" Eurythmics "Baby's on Fire" Brian Eno "Mary Anne with the Shaky Hand" The Who "The Hokey Pokey" Larry Laprise, Taftt Baker, Charles Macak "You May Be Right" Billy Joel "Mama Told Me (Not to Come)" Randy Newman "Roundabout" Yes "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet" Bachman-Turner ...
25 de nov. de 2023 · Doug Sahm's quite an interesting figure I knew little about until Vinyl Me Please introduced me to this LP. He was a founding member of the Sir Douglas Quintet (formed in San Antonio but named to suggest they were part of the British invasion, like The Buckinghams), who moved out to California and were part
23 de nov. de 2023 · Grateful Dead guitarist Jerry Garcia performed with renowned keyboardist Leon Russell and acclaimed Texas-native singer-songwriter Doug Sahm on Thanksgiving in 1972. The performance billed as ...
23 de nov. de 2023 · Hearing the recording of the Thanksgiving Day jam has given me an appreciation for classic country and its importance and role in the Americana music scene and movement, the true forest floor of music in America. I have honestly incorporated many of these songs into my own set, and have become regular mainstays in my own playing.
6 de nov. de 2023 · On This Date in Music History. Stream Doug Sahm, David Grisman and Jerry Garcia (on pedal steel) covering Hank Williams back in December 1972.