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Lee tells The Strombo Show: "There's a bit of denial that gets you through.
You go, ' Ah, this won't be the last one - we'll take a break, then we'll get back together and do another one.' You don't want it to end.
I think I've accepted that it's probably the last one as a tour. I've been playing a lot to keep my fingers in it, and I'm finding it's really satisfying.
We'll see."Asked about their communication with Peart, Lee says: "We send all these things, but the responses are not as enthusiastic. The set was recorded over three days in December last year at British Grove Studios in West London. They are extremely great cover versions of Howlin' Wolf and Little Walter, among other blues people.
Gregg Allman has cancelled all remaining 2016 live dates just days after missing a pair of shows due to a bruised vocal cord.
Allman backed out on November 6 and 7 appearances at New York's City Winery as he attempted to recover from the injury, giving fans refunds while his band played both nights for free; now, he has cancelled the complete 10-show residency with the group playing free again on November 9 and 10 as a gesture to fans for their support."This is the hardest thing I've had to do in a long, long, time," says Allman.
That means I'm going to have to wait until I'm feeling really good, not just good enough like I have been.
Good enough isn't working for us all." Read more here.
Guitarist Ron Wood previously shared some insight into the sessions for the follow-up to 2005's "A Bigger Bang.""We went in to cut some new songs, which we did," said Wood in April. But they really sound authentic." Watch the video here.