2011 – Gregg Rolie of Santana/Journey fame releases solo EP

 

2011 – Gregg Rolie of Santana/Journey fame releases solo EP

Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame inductee Gregg Rolie, co-founder of two multi-platinum super groups, Santana and Journey, and the voice of such classics as “Black Magic Woman” and ‘Evil Ways’, has released new solo EP, ‘Five Days’. A personal and intimate reworking of Santana and Journey classics as well as Gregg’s own compositions through solo voice and piano, ‘Five Days’ was recorded in the living room of his Central Texas home on the piano given to him by his father in the early days of Santana. “It’s from my house to yours,” says Gregg, whose new EP includes the songs “Black Magic Woman”, “Anytime”, “Love Doesn’t Live Here Anymore”, “If I Went Home”, “Trouble In Mind” and “Cool Little Mama”.

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