Synopsis by Perry Seibert
Peter Green is one of the most puzzling, eccentric, and enigmatic figures in rock history. Widely considered one of the very best white blues guitarists in history, the one-time Fleetwood Mac band member retreated from the spotlight for nearly three decades. An Evening With Peter Green: Splinter Group In Concert captures the man in concert nearly thirty years after his heyday, but still showing him with all his skills. The show consists of nearly two-dozen songs and is divided into both an acoustic set and an electric set. Included are renditions of "Sweet Home Chicago," "Little Red Rooster," and "Black Magic Woman."
blues-music, concert, guitar