Warren Haynes + Phish Summer 2010 + Vince Welnick

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Summer 2010 on Helping Friendly Podcast. This week, we look back on the 10th anniversary of the Summer 2010 tour. Has it been overlooked? Was it better or worse than early 3.0 years? The gang debates this while sharing a few choice nuggets from the tour. Check out Grady’s Cold Brew and use promo code HFP20 for 20% off your first order.

Vince Welnick on The Tapes Archive. Another never-before heard interview, this one from Vince of The Grateful Dead, from 1992. He talks about his love for Bob Marley, joining the Grateful Dead, performing with Robin Williams, and Bruce Hornsby handing the baton to him. 

Allman Betts Band on Southern Songs and Stories. This week, host Joe Kendrick talks with Devon Allman and Duane Betts about their new album, Bless Your Heart, their friendship and musical partnership, and the meaning of “letting the song be the boss.” Also, in case you missed their appearance on Past, Present, Future, Live!

Nick Mitchell Maiato on Brokedown Podcast. Jonathan welcomes back return guest Nick, who is one of the guitarists and songwriters from One Eleven Heavy. He talks about his solo album, Pino Carrasco, and about recording an album at home during lockdown in Spain, some of the local influences he’s picked up and, of course, the Grateful Dead. 

Warren Haynes on Politics of Truth. Bob’s guest this week is legendary guitarist Warren Haynes of The Allman Brothers, The Dead, and Gov’t Mule. They discuss the Allman Brothers shows Warren played at Madison Square Garden just days before the Covid shutdown and what he’s working on with touring life on hold. A portion of this interview is included here for you. 


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