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Mac Gayden
The Country Music Hall Of Fame
Nashville Tennessee - February 11, 2018
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Musician Spotlight: Mac Gayden (by the Country Music Hall Of Fame)
February 11, 2018

Inspired by the blues and soul music he heard growing up in Nashville, innovative musician and producer Mac Gayden played guitar on and
co-wrote the 1960's R&B classics "Everlasting Love" (Robert Knight) and "She Shot A Hole In My Soul" (Clifford Curry). In the late 1960's & 70's,
Gayden co-founded and played in two influential bands from Nashville, Area Code 615 and Barefoot Jerry, before releasing a string of critically
acclaimed solo albums. He is famous for his innovative wah wah guitar style, in which he uses the pedal in conjunction with a slide to elongate
notes-as showcased on JJ Cale's "Crazy Mama" and Gayden's original "Morning Glory." He played on Bob Dylan's groundbreaking album
"Blonde On Blonde" and on recordings by Kris Kristofferson, Dolly Parton, Elvis Presley, Charley Pride, Linda Ronstadt, and Simon & Garfunkel.
Presented in support of the exhibit
Dylan, Cash and the Nashville Cats: A New Music City.
X    This show was part of the Dylan, Cash and the Nashville Cats exhibit
Mac Gayden Videos from the CMHOF
Our own video of Mac Gayden - The Minstrel Is Free At Last
Recorded at the Country Music Hall Of Fame on February 11, 2018.

This concert marked the end of the Dylan-Cash exhibit at the Hall of Fame.
Recorded by Pat Adams in the Ford Theater
Mac Gayden - Crazy Mama
Recorded at the Country Music Hall Of Fame on February 11, 2018
Mac Gayden played the Wah Wah on JJ Cale's original recording of Crazy Mama
Video from YouTube
The Dylan, Cash and the Nashville Cats CD Release Concert
With Mac Gayden, Wayne Moss, Charlie McCoy, Bill Lloyd, Charlie Daniels,
Al Kooper, Jeff Hanna, Kathy Mattea, Radney Foster, Tracy Nelson & others
Mac & Oceana Gayden perform Crazy Mama on this video including slide guitar!
Recorded by Pat Adams from the Tennessee Concerts website on July 7, 2015