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Randall Bramblett, Idlewild South 

When: Fri., April 24, 8 p.m. 2015
Price: $15
Randall Bramblett’s résumé reads like a Who’s Who of rock ’n’ roll association. In his 30-plus years as a sideman, Bramblett has played sax and keyboards with The Allman Brothers, Gov’t Mule, Widespread Panic, Elvin Bishop and Bonnie Raitt. He spent 16 years as Steve Winwood’s keyboardist. Ironically, Bramblett’s later solo work has gotten him more recognition and praise than anything he has done for the high-profile rockers. On her latest record, Worthy, Bettye LaVette even covered Bramblett’s “Where A Life Goes”—surprising places, it seems. —Grant Britt
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