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The Jeff Healey Band

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River of No Return The Jeff Healey Band 03:31
Hoochie Coochie Man The Jeff Healey Band 07:51
Stuck In The Middle With You The Jeff Healey Band 04:06
While My Guitar Gently Weeps The Jeff Healey Band 05:36
While My Guitar Gently Weeps The Jeff Healey Band 05:13
Roadhouse Blues The Jeff Healey Band 10:22
I'm Tore Down The Jeff Healey Band 04:24
Nice Problem to Have The Jeff Healey Band 04:50
I Think I Love You Too Much The Jeff Healey Band 06:27
Full Circle The Jeff Healey Band 04:13

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Blinded by a rare form of eye cancer as a baby, Jeff Healey defied the odds to become one of the most talented hard rock guitarists of the late 1980s. Learning to play at just three-years-old, he developed a style of sitting down with the instrument laid across his lap and went on to form The Jeff Healey Band with bassist Joe Rockman and drummer Tom Stephen in 1985, performing blues-rock standards in local Toronto bars. Discovered by guitar legends Stevie Ray Vaughan and Albert Collins, they signed with Arista for their major label debut See The Light (1988) and scored huge hits with the singles Angel Eyes and Hideaway (both nominated for Grammys). The band appeared in and recorded the soundtrack for the Patrick Swayze film Road House (1989) and produced the albums Hell To Pay (1990) and Feel This (1995) as Healey's searing guitar playing gradually became the stuff of legend. He recorded a cover of While My Guitar Gently Weeps with George Harrison and played alongside the likes of Dire Straits, Eric Clapton and Buddy Guy before teaching himself trumpet and releasing the traditional jazz albums Among Friends (2002) and It's Tight Like That (2006). Healey died in 2008 from cancer aged 41 with his final posthumous album Mess of Blues (2009) proving a fitting farewell.