The Grateful Dead founder, guitarist, and songwriter plays a song from his new solo album “Blue Mountain” on his Huss & Dalton custom MJC guitar.
November 22, 2016
Now on the road with his Campfire Tour, the former Grateful Dead guitarist and songwriter Bob Weir stopped at CBS This Morning's Saturday Sessions to play the original song ”Only a River,” which references the traditional song “Shenandoah” in its lyrics, from his new album Blue Mountain. Bob has enlisted a great acoustic band for the tour, and in this video, he's playing his new custom MJC from the Huss & Dalton Guitar Company.
Bob released Blue Mountain this fall, his first solo album in over a decade, and says that this is a collection of songs inspired by his time living with ranch hands and cowboys when he ran away to Wyoming at the age of 15. Decades later, he did a webscast with Josh Ritter and some of the members of The National, who loved his “cowboy songs,” and the Blue Mountain album began to take shape.
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