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Muleman1994
from Frederick, MD



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Excerpt from the official statement:

"Prior to joining the Mule crew, Farmer worked for Johnny Cash for eight years before the Man in Black retired from touring. Farmer was exceedingly proud of his close relationship with Johnny and June Carter Cash."

Dang...

Tom
26.8.2014 20:58
Cookie4444
from Orlando, Fl.



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Dear Warren, I am so sorry to hear about Brian Farmer. I know you will miss him terribly.
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26.8.2014 14:34
BadLittleDoggie2
from New City, NY



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Can't get my head around it - life just keeps kicking and I wish I was a kick boxer to strike back
26.8.2014 10:07
tbomike
from Ohio



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Just such devastating news. I am thinking of Savannah Woody today as a hard day for her just got that much harder. In Rutland, Vermont little over a week ago it was so heartwarming to see that Warren and the boys had her there and made me so proud as a fan watching the love which Brian and Warren and all treated her with. So thinking of her and everyone in the Warren/Mule/ABB family as we absorb another loss.
25.8.2014 15:28
BadLittleDoggie2
from New City, NY



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Christian Kane - Thinking of You - seems to fit
25.8.2014 13:01
jeslizsky73



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We've lost another family member. RIP Brian Farmer. Sincere condolences to the Farmer family and friends.
25.8.2014 12:04
Muleman1994
from Frederick, MD



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Almost exactly 14 years after Woody:

We're sad to report that Warren Haynes longtime guitar tech, Brian Farmer, has passed away. Farmer was a ubiquitous presence at Warren's performances from Gov't Mule to Phil Lesh & Friends to The Dead to The Allman Brothers Band over the years.

Gov't Mule announced the news with the following note, "We are deeply saddened to announce the passing of longtime crew member Brian Farmer. We will have a full statement shortly #ThankYouFarmer." A Facebook posting from the band adds that Farmer died yesterday at his home near Nashville. Sadly, today is also the anniversary of original Gov't Mule Allen Woody's death in 2000.
Watch Farmer tell road stories about life on the road with Warren:
Our thoughts and prayers are with Farmer's friends and family.


RIP Brother,

Tom
25.8.2014 11:48
MundeleinHoward
from San Francisco



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RE: Brian Farmer

DAMN!!!

RIP
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25.8.2014 11:31
BadLittleDoggie2
from New City, NY



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OMG NO - From the Gov't Mule page...We are deeply saddened to announce the passing of longtime Gov't Mule crew member Brian Farmer yesterday, Sunday, August 24 at his home near Nashville. We will have a more in-depth statement shortly. #ThankYouFarmer

Above reposted from Facebook
25.8.2014 11:13
MundeleinHoward
from San Francisco



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...Remain alert!!!..

Good morning music lovers
Brother Dickey rocked the Sweetwater Music Hall last night! here's the setlist:
High Falls
Statesboro Blues
Nothing You Can Do
You Don't Love Me
Franklin's Tower intro >
Blue Sky
One Way Out
In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed
No One To Run With
Ramblin' Man
encore
Jessica

Brethren Of The Coast opened, sounding pretty good, Pedro sang a real nice version of "Simple Twist Of Fate" later in the set they covered "Long As I Can See The Light" sung by the keyboard player whose name I didn't hear. Their originals sounded good, would recommend them & would like to see 'em again

The Cat in the Hat was superb! ably supported by Great Southern it was a night of fluid fretwork by one of the best of all time (IMHO)I don't wanna gush,suffice to say , a thoroughly enjoyable night of great music!

EAT A PEACH FOR PEACE!

For all you do for us Peachheads

THANK YOU LANA!!!
THANK YOU ROWLAND!!!

..the world needs more lerts! ...
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25.8.2014 04:40
jeslizsky73



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So last night Bernie Williams, ex- Yankee great came in to where I work and rather than ask him some dumb baseball question, I asked him: What was it like to play with the Allman Brothers Band at the Beacon (which he did on at least 3 occasions)? His reply "It was AMAZING! They are great."
22.8.2014 14:17
MundeleinHoward
from San Francisco



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...Remain alert!!!..

Can't hardly wait for Sunday night @ the Sweetwater to see my FAVORITE living guitarist!!! I will post a setlist afterwards.
Forrest Richard Betts!!!

For all you do for us Peachheads

THANK YOU LANA!!!
THANK YOU ROWLAND!!!

..the world needs more lerts! ...
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22.8.2014 12:17

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