Here’s a YouTube clip of Gregg performing Everybody’s Everything with Ringo on drums, Steve Lukather on guitar and the rest of the All Starr Band!
This interview appeared in the Lancaster Intelligencer Online. Here’s a quote: “If it hadn’t been for the Beatles, I probably would have never done this,” Rolie says during an interview from his home in Austin, Texas, where he lives with his wife. “Now I’m going to play with this guy? This is awesome. What can I say?”
Review of the show from The Venue at Hammond’s Horseshoe Casino, in Hammond, IN. Here’s a quote: “The group delivered an energetic performance to what appeared to be a full house of fans who even occupied seats in the Venue’s suites and balcony.”
July 7th was Ringo Starr’s birthday and Gregg Rolie, along with the rest of Ringo’s All Starr band helped him to celebrate! Here’s a quote from a review of the show: “Rolie was a particularly pleasant surprise, reprising his vocals on three classic Santana songs “Evil Ways,” “Black Magic Woman” and “Everybody’s Everything.”
Just found this YouTube clip of Gregg performing Everybody’s Everything with Ringo on drums, Steve Lukather on guitar and the rest of the All Starr Band!
Gregg played in Salt Lake City with Ringo and the band on July 11th. Here’s a quote from a review of the show: “Gregg Rolie of Santana took charge on the keys as the band played “Black Magic Woman” and “Evil Ways.”
Here’s a review in the Orange County Register, from the Los Angeles show at the Greek Theater, with Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band. The show featured guest All Starr alumni and other friends such as Peter Frampton, Joe Walsh, Jeff Lynne, Jim Keltner, Mickey Dolenz and more. Here’s an excerpt: Rolie worked the organ throughout and handled vocal duties on songs from his Santana days: “Evil Ways, “Black Magic Woman” (which Rolie reminded the crowd was first a Peter Green/Fleetwood Mac song) and a terrific “Everybody’s Everything.”
An excerpt from the review on the Examiner.com site: “For the first time ever on the tour Gregg Rolie was an All-Star, and well-deserved. The first of many thunderous ovations for the evening came after Rolie’s spectacular performance of the Santana classic, “Evil Ways.” (#9 Billboard Hit in 1969) Gregg Rolie has been overshadowed through the years by virtuoso guitarist Carlos Santana, but it was Gregg Rolie’s majestic vocals and magnificent keyboards that solidified the masterpiece of Santana. Rolie was the voice on almost every classic Santana hit. Rolie was also the founder and original vocalist for the band Journey.
Here’s a YouTube video from the St. Augustine Theater show
An excerpt from the review on the Examiner.com site: “Greg Rolie was fantastic bringing the Santana songs into the show.”…