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David Mueller

The first time I saw Wishbone Ash, they opened for Canned Heat, Dr John, and Quicksilver. They were the best band of the night. 1972


Good interview, I first saw them in Fall of 1971, South Carolina, opening for the Allmans with Duane. I have to say that Wishbone was spectacular – the wall of Orange amps, the solo-heavy songs, the flying V, and Mart had a black Rickenbacker bass. They opened with “Vas Dis.” A singular life experience.

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