Warren Haynes

Warren Haynes

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Warren Haynes (born 6 April 1960), guitarist and musician. He is a guitarist for the Allman Brothers Band and is the primary singer, guitarist, and songwriter for Gov't Mule. He also released a solo album in 1992, Tales Of Ordinary Madness Haynes also spent the summer of 2004 playing with The Dead, a group featuring the remaining members of The Grateful Dead. He was also a member of the longest running lineup of Phil Lesh's "Phil Lesh and Friend's" band, comprised of himself, Lesh, Jimmy Herring, John Molo, and Rob Baracco More Info »

Top Albums

  • Man in Motion
    Man in Motion
  • Live At Bonnaroo
    Live At Bonnaroo
  • The Lone EP
    The Lone EP
  • Tales Of Ordinary Madness
    Tales Of Ordinary Madness
  • Lucky
    Lucky
  • The Lone E.P.
    The Lone E.P.

Warren Haynes. Artist Bio

Warren Haynes (born 6 April 1960), guitarist and musician. He is a guitarist for the Allman Brothers Band and is the primary singer, guitarist, and songwriter for Gov't Mule. He also released a solo album in 1992, Tales Of Ordinary Madness

Haynes also spent the summer of 2004 playing with The Dead, a group featuring the remaining members of The Grateful Dead. He was also a member of the longest running lineup of Phil Lesh's "Phil Lesh and Friend's" band, comprised of himself, Lesh, Jimmy Herring, John Molo, and Rob Baracco

In 2004, he was named to the Rolling Stone magazine list of 100 Greatest Guitarists of All-Time at #23. He was joined on the list by fellow Allman Brothers Band guitarists Duane Allman, Dickey Betts, and Derek Trucks.

Warren is well known for the annual Warren Haynes Christmas Jam which draws many well known musicians, who play until the early morning hours. The Jam is a benefit for Habitat for Humanity, and is known as one of the best shows in the country.

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