Check out these rare photos featuring Mick Jagger joining The Red Devils onstage in the early ’90s
We break down the credits and thank you’s of The Red Devils’ “King King.” Who did what, and who made the cut? #KingKingXXX
The Red Devils’ Dec. 31, 1992, show at Jack’s Sugar Shack in Los Angeles boasted a surprising, one-time lineup with Canned Heat’s legendary Larry “The Mole” Taylor on bass.
Lester Butler gets real in this 1993 interview in Rock Compact Disc Magazine.
Two soundboard-quality recordings shine light on The Red Devils’ 1992 opening slots for the Allman Brothers. The Sept. 1 Richmond, Va., and Sept. 4 Charlotte, N.C., recordings represent the band’s sixth and eighth opening spots (by our count) for the Brothers.
Billy Boy Arnold is one of the foundational influences for The Red Devils. A deep dive into “King King” shows that influence beyond one cover song. #KingKingXXX
At the end of 1992, Lester Butler told the Los Angeles Times how this “blues bar band” was living the dream.
Before we launch into a busy new year, here are a couple of quick items you might have missed toward the end of 2021.
Sorting fact from fantasy on The Red Devils at Gino Rock Club in Sweden, 1993.
At the top of their game, The Red Devils performed its essential “2 Meter Sessies” set during its European tour in May 1993.