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“Fortunately, we got to play with him in the early ‘70s. He was such a character. I remember he was late for a show, and he came driving up in a Cadillac. He got out, took his guitar from the back of the car, and then he just walked onstage, plugged in – there was a house band backing him up – and he just started playing without a care in the world. So cool.
“He broke a string during his set, and he changed it right there in the middle of a song. Just pulled an E string out of his pocket and put it on while he sang – he didn’t miss a beat.
“He always blew my mind with his music, but just seeing the way he acted on that stage – what a guy!”