ELIXIR Strings artist Eric Bibb visited WNCW's Studio B and performed this solo version of a great American traditional song.
December 02, 2016
Eric has recorded 36 albums in his long career, and is one of the most respected blues guitarists, singers, and songwriters around, recording and performing with the great Taj Mahal, Mavis and Pops Staples, Rory Block, Bonnie Raitt, and many others. His latest album is called The Happiest Man in the World, which Eric recorded with an ensemble including the British bassist Danny Thompson and harpist JJ Miteau, along with Janne and Ollie Haavisto from the Finnish band North Country Fair.
“Going Down the Road Feeling Bad” was first recorded by Henry Whitter in 1924, and has also been recorded by Bill Monroe, Elizabeth Cotten, and the Grateful Dead.
Learn more about Eric Bibb at EricBibb.com
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