Ric Lee is a drummer of the blues rock band Ten Years After.
Ten Years After co-founder Ric Lee talks with Kyle Meredith about his new autobiography, From Headstocks to Woodstock, which recounts his early life up until the moment the band played the legendary festival. Lee discusses the enduring legacy of their song "I’d Love To Change the World" and why we continue to revisit the late '60s era, as well as a very different atmosphere that they found at The Isle of Wight festival that same year. The legendary drummer also revisits the time he taught Led Zeppelin’s John Bonham drum patterns and how Ten Years After learned to jam after touring with Grateful Dead. Follow on Facebook  |  Podchaser  |  Twitter --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Ric Lee is the drummer from Ten Years After with a new book out now, "From Headstocks to Woodstock: A Drummer's Tale". Ric talks about performing at Woodstock and The Isle of Wight festivals, how selling music publishing rights works and what's better, Derbyshire Pudding or Yorkshire Pudding.
Ric Lee of Ten Years After talks about his journey through the 1960s, culminating in the band’s legendary appearance at the Woodstock Festival. For more information on Ric’s new autobiography ‘From Headstocks to Woodstock: A Drummer’s Tale’ see ricleetya.com. The Ten Years After website has full details of the band’s current releases and live shows. […] The post Ric Lee – Ten Years After appeared first on The Strange Brew.
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Oct 20th, 1945
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