Doyle Bramhall II in the song “Be Here Now” featuring Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks. A wonderful song and a great music video – full of positive energy and warmth. You can also check out some of Derek’s slide guitar riffs and of course, Susan is gorgeous.
BE HERE NOW CHARITY SINGLE: https://doyle.lnk.to/beherenow
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In a continued effort to offer hope and spread awareness of abstinence-based recovery through music, Turn Up For Recovery, the charitable movement founded by Melia Clapton in 2019, has teamed up with vocalist and guitarist, Doyle Bramhall II, to debut his never-before-released version of George Harrison’s “Be Here Now,” featuring Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks.
Doyle, who serves as an ambassador for TUFR, has graciously gifted the song, and accompanying music video, to help support the global movement and their powerful purpose to connect music, recovery, and healing. “Be Here Now,” released by Surfdog Records, is available on all DSPs and streaming services and will have a special 7” physical release for Record Store Day Black Friday on November 27.
Born out of Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival, Turn Up For Recovery aims to raise awareness of abstinence-based recovery, tackle the stigma of addiction and help make treatment affordable to people struggling with alcohol and drug addiction. All profits from “Be Here Now” will be donated to TUFR and their ongoing efforts to help provide those in need with treatment at Crossroads Centre Antigua, which provides medical, physical and psychological support in a safe environment.
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Doyle Bramhall II
is an American musician, producer, guitarist, and songwriter known for his work with Eric Clapton, Roger Waters, and many others. He is the son of the songwriter and drummer Doyle Bramhall. Bramhall is one of the few guitarists who plays with his instrument strung upside-down. He plays left-handed, but the instrument is strung upside-down with the high E on the top.