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Luckily for you, this patience and ability to roll with the punches often translates into your beau’s relationship with you as well.
I’m spending all this time frustrated with algebra and I’m making 0 a weekend playing clubs and I realized I could probably make a living at this if I quit school.” The next year, he was tapped to go on tour with Jimmy Vaughan and The Fabulous Thunderbirds.
It didn’t hurt that his father, drummer Doyle Bramhall, had played with both Jimmy and his brother Steve Ray Vaughan since the late 1960s.
“It’s not something I would promote for anybody, not even my kids,” he said.
“But I remember at 15, I had just started 11th grade at Santa Rosa High School, and I just quit.
When I first picked up a guitar, I started playing it on my lap. He might have seen me at a jam and he thought I was talented and I think he got me a gig sitting in with the (Sonoma County) Blues Society. I do “Hey Baby” into “In from the Storm” — it’s what Hendrix did (in the 1971 film) “Rainbow Bridge.” And it’s funny, when I was going through stuff, I heard this song called “Gypsy Boy” that was on one of these (posthumous) demo records he put out.
Q: I saw a pretty sweet You Tube video of you doing “Hear My Train A Comin’” on an acoustic 12-string.
A: Yeah, lately I’ve been doing it on an electric 12-string and it’s been pretty great. I thought he was the best at finding the perfect tone for the right melody. The guitar melodies he came up with when he was soloing were perfect — and he always matched the tone.
For his latest venture, Bramhall teams up with fellow guitarists Buddy Guy, Billy Cox, Zakk Wylde, Jonny Lang, Eric Johnson and Kenny Wayne Shepherd for the cross-country Experience Hendrix 2014 Tour.
It’s an all-star homage to the timeless 1960s icon who set fire to the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival and closed out Woodstock, leaving us with classics like “Purple Haze,” “Voodoo Child (Slight Return),” “The Wind Cries Mary,” “Hey Joe,” and a blistering version of “All Along the Watchtower” before he died at age 27 in 1970.