Leo Lyons was a founding member and bassist of the well-known British blues-rock band “Ten Years After.”
They gained great importance, among other things, at the legendary Woodstock Festival 1969. Nowadays Leo plays with “Hundred Seventy Split”.
On November 30th, 2016, his 73rd birthday, Leo Lyons visited the Warwick Headquarters in Markneukirchen/Germany, where this video interview was recorded.
Leo talks about his musical beginnings with Ten Years After, his general musical career, and the importance of Woodstock for the generation and change in the music industry. In this interview Leo plays a Warwick Starbass.
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