The Sunday Best With Denny Freeman

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The Sunday Best With Denny Freeman
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The Sunday Best With Denny Freeman says
We call it the Sunday Best... because there's no better place to be on a Sunday afternoon than with us at The ABGB.

Denny Freeman was co-lead guitarist in the Cobras with Stevie Ray Vaughan, then in 1972, became a founding member of Southern Feeling, along with W. C. Clark and Angela Strehli. He later recorded with Lou Ann Barton. Freeman lived and played with both Jimmie and Stevie Ray Vaughan throughout the 1970s and 1980s. At Antone's nightclub in the early 1980s, Freeman was a member of the house band and backed Otis Rush, Albert Collins, Buddy Guy, Junior Wells, and Lazy Lester. After touring with Jimmie Vaughan in the mid 1990s he toured with Taj Mahal until 2002. A songwriter on his five mainly instrumental albums, Freeman played with Bob Dylan's backing band between 2005 and 2009.

Hang out under the trees.
Drink some beer (that's all made here).
Hug your friends.
Have a sandwich... or a slice or two.
Swing your partners.

That's the Sunday Best.
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By: The ABGB