George Harrison's Masterpiece, "All Things Must Pass," Celebrated With Suite Of New 50th Anniversary Editions
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of his first solo album, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Dave Mason has reimagined that iconic release with Alone Together...Again. The Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist has performed with the biggest icons of rock music including Hendrix, McCartney, Jagger and Clapton among many others.
Dave Mason & Mick Fleetwood, Michael McDonald, Sammy Hagar and Members of The Doobie Brothers Remake the Iconic “FEELIN’ ALRIGHT”
Dave Mason and friends have taken the downtime during quarantine to remake one of Mason’s most iconic and heavily covered songs since its release in 1968 - “Feelin’ Alright.” Dubbed ‘Dave Mason and the Quarantines’, the new song features Mason singing along with Mick Fleetwood, Sammy Hagar, Michael McDonald and The Doobie Brothers: John McFee, Tom Johnston, John Cowan and Pat Simmons. Dave’s longtime drummer, Alvino Bennett, also lends a hand as does Pat Simmons, Jr., Pat’s son, joining in the fun. The song premieres exclusively on SiriusXM’s Classic Vinyl Channel (Ch. 26) today at 9am ET, and the accompanying video premieres on SiriusXM here.
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Dave Mason has been performing live shows for more than 50 years. Music is Dave's passion and desire, and 2019 marks a new year in his musical journey. With that in mind, he has prepared a new live show entitled, “Feelin' Alright Tour 2019”, which promises to live up to its title.