The JamBase Podcast: Peter Levin

The JamBase Podcast: Peter Levin

Listen to the Hassle No A lot more keyboardist examine the formation of the band, his restoration from heart transplant operation and substantially additional.

By Team JamBase Apr 14, 2022 10:16 am PDT

Episode 121 of The JamBase Podcast, a partner of the Osiris Media Community, capabilities an interview with keyboardist Peter Levin. JamBase’s Scott Bernstein spoke with Levin about his restoration from coronary heart transplant surgical procedures, his participation in the new The Allman Brothers Band tribute act Problems No Much more and a lot extra.

Peter Levin related with Bernstein remotely from his residence in Nashville by means of movie chat. The conversation begun with Levin discussing the preliminary heart problems he had back again in August of 2021 when he was on a bus about to commence a tour with Marcus King. Peter was taken by ambulance to the medical center and needed to have defibrillator paddles employed on him to get his heart again into rhythm.

Even though his heart returned to a usual rhythm he continued to have coronary heart troubles and the predicament worsened to the level in which his heart was only functioning at 15% in early November. He was place into a medically-induced coma and was saved from the brink of death by medical doctors who instructed him he essential to have heart transplant operation. Peter described his recovery from the productive technique and how the audio neighborhood rallied close to him with assist.

Discuss then turned to Hassle No A lot more, an Allman Brothers Band Tribute act featuring Levin together with Brandon “Taz” Niederauer, Daniel Donato, Dylan Niederauer, Jack Ryan, Lamar Williams Jr., Nikki Glaspie and Roosevelt Collier. The group just lately made their debut with two concerts at The Beacon Theatre in New York Metropolis honoring the 50th anniversary of ABB’s Take in A Peach LP.

The keyboardist described the genesis of Difficulties No Additional and the crucial position agent C.J. Strock played in forming the band. Levin talked about putting the setlists collectively for the Beacon shows as the group’s musical director. Bernstein and Levin also dove into Peter’s extensive historical past as a fan and pupil of The Allman Brothers Band’s tunes. The keyboardist was a member of Gregg Allman’s solo band for 4 yrs “and a very little change” and spoke about that working experience.

Peter then talked over the rehearsal approach for the Beacon reveals and how the concerts went from his vantage point. He talked about what his bandmates convey to the audio and his exhilaration for Difficulty No More’s long run which involves pageant appearances and headlining demonstrates this summer months and past.

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