Warren Haynes – An American Rock |blues guitarist , Vocalist And Songwriter

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Warren Haynes, born in Asheville, North Carolina, is an American rock and blues guitarist. He was primary singer, guitarist, and songwriter for the band Gov’t Mule, formed in 1994 with Matt Abts from Dickey Betts Band and Allen Woody from the Allman Brothers Band. He was ranked 23rd on Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time in 2003 along with the other Allman Brothers Band guitarists. Warren got his first break at the age of 20 in 1980, when he joined David Allan Coe’s touring and recording band. He has also toured and recorded with former members of the Grateful Dead. This blues guitarist’s first solo album, Tales of Ordinary Madness, was released in 1993, followed by two solo acoustic albums, The Lone EP and Live From Bonnaroo, in 2003 and 2004, respectively.

Top 5 Songs
Mr. Big
Beautifully Broken
Birth of the Mule
Thorazine Shuffle

Top 3 Albums
Tales of Ordinary Madness
The Lone EP
Live at Bonnaroo


Allman Brothers Band:
Seven Turns, 1990
Shades of Two Worlds, 1991
An Evening with the Allman Brothers Band: First Set, 1992 (live)
Where It All Begins, 1994
An Evening with the Allman Brothers Band: 2nd Set, 1995 (live)
Hittin’ the Note, 2003
One Way Out, 2004 (live)

Gov’t Mule:
Gov’t Mule, 1995
Live at Roseland Ballroom, 1996
Dose, 1998
Live … With A Little Help From Our Friends, 1998
Life Before Insanity, 2000
Wintertime Blues: The Benefit Concert, 2000
The Deep End, Volume 1, 2001
The Deep End, Volume 2, 2002
The Deepest End, Live In Concert, 2003
Deja Voodoo, 2004
Mo’ Voodoo (EP), 2005
High & Mighty, 2006
Mighty High, 2007
Holy Haunted House, 2008 (live)
By a Thread, 2009

Dave Matthews Band:
Live at Piedmont Park
The Central Park Concert

Warren Haynes:
Tales Of Ordinary Madness – 1993
The Lone EP – 2003 (live)
Live at Bonnaroo – 2004 (live)

Phil Lesh & Friends:
There and Back Again – 2002

Garth Brooks:
No Fences, writing credits on song “Two of a Kind, Workin’ on a Full House” – 1990

David Allan Coe:
Live – If That Ain’t Country… , 1997 (live)

Corrosion of Conformity:
America’s Volume Dealer – Stare Too Long – 2000

The Derek Trucks Band:
Already Free, writing credits on song “Back Where I Started” – 2009

Freeway Jam: To Beck and Back Jeff Beck Tribute – 2007 – Track #7 “The Pump”

Kevn Kinney (of Drivin’ N Cryin’ fame):
The Flower & The Knife – Producer, Backup Vocalist and Guitarist on most of the tracks – 2000

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