Thursday, August 9, 2012

Cedell Davis to record live album at Stickyz with Peter Buck, Scott McCaughey and others

Posted By on Thu, Aug 9, 2012 at 1:10 PM

Cedell Davis is schedule to record a live album at Stickyz on Oct. 20.
  • Cedell Davis is schedule to record a live album at Stickyz on Oct. 20.

Pine Bluff bluesman Cedell Davis will record a live album at Stickyz Oct. 20, with R.E.M.'s Peter Buck, Scott McCaughey of The Minus 5 and The Young Fresh Fellows, Barrett Martin of Screaming Trees, Joe Cripps, former percussionist for Brave Combo and probably others.

Buck, McCaughey and Martin all played on Davis's 2002 album "Lightning Struck the Pine," released on Fast Horse Recordings, the label started by Cripps, Martin and Buck. Here's an interesting piece on that project.

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