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Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by TylerE, May 18, 2019.
Beat me to it.
Post Layne - Alice in Chains
Post Cliff- Metallica
Post Waters- Pink Floyd
I saw Vinnie Appice doing a Sabbath tribute band. Mostly Dio era stuff, but I think they did war pigs and never say die, as well.
Foreigner. They actually did a show in my town a year or two when Mick wasn't able to do the show so there was literally, no original members of Foreigner playing on the stage that night.
Yes and no.
Post-Cliff Metallica: yes
Post-Water Pink Floyd: yes
Post-Layne AiC: no
Until they add some new songs to the set list, I consider Dead and Company to be a tribute band.
Marky Ramone has a Ramone's tribute band.
I once saw Randy Hansen, a Hendrix tribute artist, play with Mitch Mitchell on drums.
I'm pretty sure Artimus Pyle sat in and did like one tour with Skynyrd cover bands a few times. Might be wrong though. I think he sat in with the sludge band that has his name, Artimus Pyledriver, too.
Danny Seraphine, California Transit Authority.
Gary Rossington comes to mind.
Art has his own tribute band.
Andy Summers playing with Call The Police:
Stewart Copeland playing with a couple of Police tribute guys at his birthday party:
Sting tours with a band that he found doing a sting tribute set.
Alan White participated in a Yes tribute concert in Seattle with local musicians about 20 years ago. It was at a nightclub, and the singer (the daughter of the bassist) was way underage - only 16 or so. They nervously rushed her into and out of the club. She was amazing, and the band nailed the material.
Yeah I saw that. I just could've sworn I had seen him play as a sit-in with the stonerrock band with his namesake. I'm likely mistaken though.
Considering Paicey is the only one who has been in every iteration of Deep Purple, calling them a tribute is an odd distinction.
Ray tabano who was with Aerosmith before they made plays with a Aerosmith tribute band sometimes