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Today it was announced that legendary band leader Spencer Davis had died yesterday in California at 81 after being treated for pneumonia. In the 1960’s the UK guitarist became known around the world for recordings of hits like “Gimmie Some Lovin’” and “I’m A Man”, which featured Steve Winwood on vocals and keyboards. In 2004 HPR All Things Considered Host Dave Lawrence had the chance to speak with him. Today we featured it on the show in his memory. 

Hear the complete conversation:

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Today our Off the Road pandemic-based series concludes a two-part special with returning guests, legendary reggae group Third World, and their leader, guitarist/vocalist/cellist Stephen “Cat” Coore, who joined HPR All Things Considered Host Dave Lawrence remotely from Kingston, Jamaica. 

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Today our Off the Road pandemic-based series welcomes back legendary reggae group Third World, and their leader, guitarist/vocalist/cellist Stephen “Cat” Coore, joining HPR All Things Considered Host Dave Lawrence remotely from Kingston, Jamaica. It’s the first in two days of incredible storytelling with this charismatic reggae icon.

Today the music world suffered a tragic loss, as one of the greatest guitarists of all time, pioneer Eddie Van Halen, passed away at 65, after a battle with cancer.

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Today our Off the Road pandemic-based series continues with one of the great names in classic rock, Deep Purple, and their iconic guitarist Steve Morse. The only American in the otherwise British band, he joined HPR All Things Considered Host Dave Lawrence for a wide-ranging, personal interview we’re sharing in two parts, concluding today.

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Today our Off the Road pandemic-based series welcomes one of the great names in classic rock, Deep Purple, and their iconic guitarist Steve Morse. The only American in the otherwise British band, he joined HPR All Things Considered Host Dave Lawrence for a wide-ranging, personal interview we’re sharing in two parts, concluding tomorrow.

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Today we conclude our Off the Road series two part special with Jon Anderson, known for his decades as the voice of the band Yes, joining HPR All Things Considered Host Dave LawrenceOff the Road is a series of interviews with musicians remotely sharing how they’ve been

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Today our Off the Road series welcomes one of the legendary voices of classic rock, Jon Anderson, known for his decades with the band Yes, joining HPR All Things Considered Host Dave LawrenceOff the Road is a series of interviews with musicians remotely sharing how the

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Today we conclude a two day special in our Off the Road series with 10,000 Maniacs’ singer/violin/viola player Mary Ramsey joining HPR All Things Considered Host Dave LawrenceOff the Road is a series of interviews with musicians remotely sharing how they’ve been touched by the pandemic and other crises.

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Today we’re starting a two day special in our Off the Road series with 10,000 Maniacs’ singer/violin/viola player Mary Ramsey joining HPR All Things Considered Host Dave LawrenceOff the Road is a series of interviews with musicians remotely sharing how they’ve been touched by the pandemic and other crises.

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Today we’re concluding our Off the Road series with jazz and session icon Randy Brecker of the legendary Brecker Brothers joining HPR All Things Considered Host Dave Lawrence, the latest guest in this series of interviews with musicians remotely sharing how they’ve been touched by the pandemic and other crises.

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Today we’re continuing our Off the Road series with jazz and session icon Randy Brecker of the legendary Brecker Brothers joining HPR All Things Considered Host Dave Lawrence, the latest guest in this series of interviews with musicians remotely sharing how they’ve been touched by the pandemic and other crises.

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Today we conclude with guitar virtuoso Joe Satriani joining HPR All Things Considered Host Dave Lawrence as the latest guest in our new HPR ATC interview series Off the Road, with musicians remotely sharing how the pandemic and other crises have touched them.

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Today and tomorrow guitar virtuoso Joe Satriani joins HPR All Things Considered Host Dave Lawrence as the latest guest in our new HPR ATC interview series Off the Road, with musicians remotely sharing how the pandemic and other crises have touched them.

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Today we conclude a two-day special with American songwriting legend Jimmy Webb. He joined HPR All Things Considered Host Dave Lawrence as the latest guest in our new HPR ATC interview series Off the Road, with musicians remotely sharing how the pandemic and other crises have touched them.

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Today and tomorrow it’s American songwriting legend Jimmy Webb joining HPR All Things Considered Host Dave Lawrence. He’s the latest guest in our new HPR ATC interview series Off the Road, with musicians remotely sharing how the pandemic and other crises have touched them.

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Today it’s another preview with HPR All Things Considered Host Dave Lawrence sharing highlights of a new interview in our series, Off the Road, speaking with musicians and artists about how they’ve been touched by the pandemic and other crises.

Today we have part two with legendary guitarist and songwriter Al Di Meola, the latest artist in our series, Off the Road, interviews with musicians joining HPR All Things Considered Host Dave Lawrence remotely from around the world, sharing how they’ve been touched by the pandemic and other crises. Hear the ones we’ve aired so fa

Guitar legend Al Di Meola is the latest artist in our series, Off the Road, interviews with musicians joining HPR All Things Considered Host Dave Lawrence, sharing their stories remotely about the pandemic and other crises.

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This afternoon HPR All Things Considered Host Dave Lawrence continues a series, Off the Road, interviews with international touring musicians sharing their experiences with the pandemic. Find and listen to all the previous conversations and some advance interview features here.

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HPR All Things Considered Host Dave Lawrence has been doing a series, Off the Road, interviews with musicians who are staying at home due to the virus, but are all active in different ways, and, all affected by what are now multiple crises in unique ways.

HPR All Things Considered Host Dave Lawrence has been speaking with various musicians remotely during the pandemic, in a new series we're calling Off the Road, hearing about their stay at home experiences and how they’ve been affected by what are now multiple crises in the United States.

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On HPR’s All Things Considered, Honolulu Host Dave Lawrence has been catching up with a range of musicians during the pandemic, hearing how it’s touched them, personally and professionally, in a new series we're calling Off the Road.

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We're speaking with musicians impacted by the pandemic and other crises in a new series called Off the Road. Right now a Hawaii resident is harnessing his musical talents and notoriety to help feed hungry people around the world, in particular, those facing food insecurity exacerbated by the pandemic.

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