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Warren Haynes

Warren Haynes is a generation-spanning guitar hero; he wasn't out of grade school when some of his best-known collaborators were at the peak of their fame, but he's earned a powerful reputation for his fiery guitar work, steeped in blues and Southern rock traditions, and has distinguished himself as a songwriter, bandleader, and solo artist as well as a gifted sideman. Haynes was born in Asheville, North Carolina on April 9, 1960, and he developed a taste for soul and R&B at an early age from older brothers who listened to Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, and Smokey Robinson, while young Warren would spend hours singing along with their records. When he was 12, Haynes got his first guitar, and by 14 he was playing parties and sitting in with the house band at a local pizza parlor. Haynes became a serious Eric Clapton fan, and studying his work led him deeper into the classic blues sounds that influenced the British guitar hero.

In his late teens, after short stays in a number of local bands, Haynes landed a gig with a group called Ricochet, and began playing North Carolina clubs on a regular basis. One evening, Mickey Hayes, who played bass for outlaw country star David Allan Coe, caught Ricochet and was impressed with the band's lead guitarist, and when Coe's guitarist dropped out of the group shortly afterwards, Hayes recommended Haynes for the gig. Haynes played with Coe from 1980 to 1984, touring frequently and appearing on three of Coe's albums, before Haynes moved on to a band of his own, Rich Hippies, with Hayes on bass.

After a short spell with blues journeymen the Nighthawks, in 1988 Haynes was invited to join the band of former Allman Brothers guitarist Dickey Betts, who had met Haynes through their mutual friend Coe; Haynes appeared on Betts' album Pattern Disruptive. In 1989, Betts and Gregg Allman re-formed the Allman Brothers Band, and Haynes was brought aboard as their guitarist. Haynes spent eight years touring and recording with the Allman Brothers, and in 1991 formed the first edition of the Warren Haynes Band to play gigs during his time off from the Allmans; in 1993 Haynes also cut his first solo album, Tales of Ordinary Madness, which was produced by Chuck Leavell. Haynes had also been working on his songwriting, which brought him a solid payday in 1990 when Garth Brooks had a hit single with a tune Haynes co-wrote, "Two of a Kind, Working on a Full House."

In 1994, Haynes broke up the Warren Haynes Band and formed Gov't Mule, a power trio featuring Allman Brothers bassist Allen Woody and drummer Matt Abts; they released their self-titled debut album in 1995. In 1997, Haynes left the Allman Brothers to make Gov't Mule his first priority, but the trio was sidelined in 2000 by the death of Allen Woody, and Haynes soon rejoined the Allman Brothers Band. For a while, Haynes and Abts kept Gov't Mule going as a two-piece, playing acoustic shows in duo format and recording a pair of albums, 2001's The Deep End, Vol. 1 and 2002's The Deep End, Vol. 2, in which a variety of well-known bassists and guest artists sat in with Haynes and Abts. In 2003, Gov't Mule once again had a steady lineup as bassist Andy Hess and keyboardist Danny Louis joined the group.

Meanwhile, in between dates with the Allmans and Gov't Mule, Haynes had been playing with Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh in his solo group Phil Lesh & Friends, and in 2004, when the surviving members of the Grateful Dead began touring as the Dead, Haynes was recruited to play guitar on their first road trip; he was brought back for the Dead's 2009 tour. Haynes also re-formed the Warren Haynes Band for various one-off shows, and Gov't Mule continued on with bassist Jorgen Carlsson after Andy Hess left the band. During his downtime from the Allman Brothers and Gov't Mule, Haynes kept busy playing on-stage and in the studio with a remarkable variety of artists, from Blues Traveler and Dave Matthews to Son Seals and John Mayall (and even guesting on a Corrosion of Conformity session). In 2011, Haynes looked back at his roots in Southern soul with his album Man in Motion, recorded for the reactivated Stax label and featuring accompaniment from Ian McLagan, Ivan Neville, and George Porter, Jr. This was followed by a triple-disc (two-CD-plus-DVD) Live at the Moody Theater in 2012. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
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He made me do it!!!!! Gives me chills to the bone!!!!!! Aug. 4th FILLMORE B THERE!!!!!! FACT!!!!!
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ROCKIN IN THE FREE WORLD EVERY DAY YEAAAA
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Wow!!
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Nice, real nice!!!!! One of my fav. Thks Mr. Warren Haynes. U play & I'll keep listening. Party on all my festival friends.
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melinda.odon n e l l 5
Warren is one of the greats on quitar!!!
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The first time I heard Warren play was in the Ricochet nightclub in Asheville, NC in 1979 while talking to a bartender named Brad Mulvaney about a job. My first impression was this man is one of the best guitar players I have ever heard. Now 35 years later he is a legend. He has worked hard and deserves everything he has accomplished . He needs to come back to Delaware (this time to the beach) and play! Patti
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yow
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Warren's Christmas Jam going on tonite in Asheville... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 0 % off in store if you see this add
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Warren and Derek playing at the Beacon for the last week with the Allman Brothers Band was phenomenal. Their guitar licks going back and forth during 'In Memory of Elizabeth Reed' had me crying with joy!
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Fall down one of my favorite songs shows how much talent he really has
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I sure hope Warren plays with the Grateful Dead on the 50th anniversary tour. Warren is one of greatest guitar hero's of ALL TIME.
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lord have mercy
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Warren is THE man!
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This show woke me up at Bonnaroo on that day. It brought me to tears. That entire year I looked for the live recording with no luck. The next year at Bonnaroo he was selling the disc at the show and I got him to sign it for me. I count that as one of my most prized concert memorabilia.
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littlehal74
I for one definitely what to see Govt Mule jam one more time, they rock
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Love One by him. Best cover of that song ever. Into the Mystic is a great song too.
I have a copy of Live at the Brandy House in Atlanta 5/6/01 and I've been looking for another copy. Can't find it. Has anyone seen it anywhere?? Thanks!
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Haynes is such a talented singer/songw r i t e r . Incredible live shows. Much respect to the man for what he does!
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WOW!! hard to top Bono singing One, think Warren did, Looove!
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Nice cover.
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mike_signori n i
The ATL show was great... opening the second set with Dear Prudence cover was great!
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Gonna see Warren with Gov't Mule at the Tabernacle in Atlanta next Thursday and can't wait. He's one of my favorites.
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woodshedprod u c t i o n s
This song is mislabeled.I t is not 'Masters of War. It is a cover of a Neil Young song, Rockin in the Free World.
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hodgdons7
I'll Be The One ..... soulful blues
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99023596
Wow, Mr. Haynes was influenced by Otis Redding. That's too cool.
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agbowes
David Gilmour gone country rock blues. Phenomenal.
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Warren is on top of his game. So glad to have the privilege of enjoying his work. Brings much joy to my life!
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one word,AWESOME
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You say you wonna be a super star and play your guitar. Your fingers become a bleeding franchise and now you think your a bloody mess.....
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The best musician and songwriter going these days!
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alewon7
i knew there was something about this guy - Pandora's great - really gives you the backstory.
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Warren Is the man Like I had several Times HE HITS my rock n roll Gspot
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one guitarest to another haynes just plays it so well verey fine guitarst
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kvons1
Outstanding artist! Great stuff!
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Warren Haynes is in a class all by himself....A n d most other musicians wanna play with him and already know this
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warren haynes is what its all about
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alewon7
this man's the real deal
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love his voice!
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I tink my post got deleted, no I met this guy when he was just joining Gregg and the ABB. . met his brother too I thought, he was playing with them for a bit, unless it was Butches brother, the were a set of brothers there anyway and
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j.edwin09
First heard of/saw Warren when he was side-manning with Dickey Betts, early 90s-ish @ The Boathouse in Norfolk VA ... as I remember, my first reaction when telling my best friend about him was I've never heard of this Warren Haynes guy before, but this mother is freakin' DANGEROUS!
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octballcoach
You can come play at my campfire pit anytime Warren. I'll even feed you some awesome cajun.....Th a n k s for the good tunes brotha!
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go wanee!!
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govtmule1269 4
Just awesome, best show live oak fla
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msobol74
the very best!
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Saw him for the first time at Bonnaroo 2004, he was everywhere and I loved it
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elrod106
I simply adore this man's music and talent...... . . .
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Rocking Horse!!! Have seen him live with 3 different bands, and will see him again. NEVER a bad show. We love you Warren!!
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ONE, great!
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Warren is simply a great guitar player. He and Derek Trucks on the stage together is otherworldly . Love it.
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maryboylson
My hero, my inspiration, my soulshine!!!
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cflowers431
wow... i love this song!....it says alot about my circumstance s too!....his voice is AWESOME!!!
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