Thursday, August 01, 2013

Waddy Wachtel Interview on discusses his collaborative history

Rock Star History With Guitarist Waddy Watchel
The GRAMMY Museum on October 19, 2011 in Los Angeles

Session musician Waddy Watchel, featured in the upcoming documentary "King of the Sidemen," sits down with James Poulos to discuss his collaborative history with rock n' roll legends such as Keith Richards, Stevie Nicks, Jackson Browne and more.  

Hosted by: James Poulos. Watch on-line at HuffPostLive. 

Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks and Waddy Wachtel at The Troubadour, 1972

King of The Sidemen Documentary Trailer


Anonymous said...

I'll be watching it. I love that 1972 photo, and I wish Stevie would realize that lavender is one of her BEST colors!

Anonymous said...

I watched it live and loved it! Of course, it was really cool they selected my questions for Waddy! Thanks Waddy, from "Whirling Jujubee"!

Anonymous said...

I never knew Buckingham Nicks played The Troubadour. Wish there was some video of any of their performances from anywhere.

Brymack said...

I've always been curious as to why Fleetwood Mac never invited Waddy to join them the first time Lindsey Buckingham quit in 1987, it seemed a natural fit since he was playing with Stevie on her tours anyway. Rick Vito and Billy Burnette did a great job anyway, but you would have assumed Waddy would have been their first choice.

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