This first festive offering shows that the four-time Grammy Award-winning blues man is just as adept addressing R&B and Americana-styled roots music.
Hear Robbie Roberson, Ringo Starr and other musicians including Marcus King, Lucas Nelson and Japanese guitarist Char cover The Band’s ‘The Weight’.
Alt-country trio Puss n Boots featuring Norah Jones, Catherine Popper and Sasha Dobson are back with a cover of Dolly Parton’s ‘The Grass Is Blue’.
With their classic 1972 album, ‘Will The Circle Be Unbroken’, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band staged the ultimate picking session with their bluegrass heroes.
The song is inspired by some of the challenges that Robertson faced as a youth in Canada.
The new track also features on the band's new album, 'Closer Than Together', released through American/Republic Records on 4 October.
After an impressive debut a year ago, the event is already a must-go for countless fans of these ever-expanding genres.
From being booed with Dylan to changing the course of music, The Band’s Robbie Robertson recalls a unique “circle of creativity”.
Bob Dylan and The Band played some of the most controversial music in history, then laid the groundwork for Americana, leaving an insurmountable legacy.
Arguably best known as lead guitarist in Adams’ band the Cardinals, Casal also played with The Jayhawks, the Chris Robinson Brotherhood and more.
After inventing Americana with their sepia-toned first two albums, The Band captured a snapshot of themselves with the personal reflections of Stage Fright.
A studio version of the same song also closes McKagan's acclaimed solo album, 'Tenderness', released on 31 May.
The concert will take place at 5:30pm on Sunday, 10 November at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas.
Albums have been recorded in some very weird places, from outer space to underwater, prisons and even a scene of a murder. Here are some of the weirdest.
In 4 weeks time, US superstars Kip Moore and Josh Turner plus Rich Hall, Jessie Buckley and many more perform at the fast-rising 3-day event in Leicestershire.