Jesse Ed Davis Stering Apple Records Logo & Davis Name Stamp Pendant Only Given To The Artiist Who Played Concert For Bangladesh (NYC MSG,AUGUST 1st,1971)
Jesse Ed Davis was a featured guest in George Harrison's forThe Concert for Bangladesh" (NYC MSG, August 1st, 1971) -- Band Introduction. Featuring George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Jim Keltner, Klaus Voormann, Jesse Ed Davis, Eric Clapton, Jim Horn & The Hollywood Horn Players, Leon Russell, Badfinger, Billy Preston.The 1971 concert that George organized to help victims of the Bangladesh floods ... Bob Dylan, Ringo Starr and others was guitarist and Native American Jesse Ed Davis.As part of the Smithsonian Institution’s new exhibition Up Where We Belong: Native Musicians In Popular Culture, George Harrison’s Concert For Bangladesh footage and photos will be featured. The 1971 concert that George organized to help victims of the Bangladesh floods produced an extraordinary contribution to UNICEF exceeding $15 million.Born in Norman, Oklahoma , Davis began his musical career in Oklahoma City .Kiowa Comanche and rock guitar great Jesse Ed Davis was the guitarist of choice for George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Taj Mahal, Charismatic Jesse Ed Davis was truly one of the rare breed known as a “guitarist’s guitarist.” On session after session in the late 1960s and 1970s, he epitomized the concept of playing for the song, drawing deeply from country, blues, rock, and R&B influences without mimicking anyone. He recorded with three of the Beatles and blues giants On June 22, 1988 Jesse Ed Davis collapsed and was pronounced dead in a laundry room in Venice ...
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