Tuna Melt

Hall, J. T.
February 2011
Syracuse New Times;2/2/2011, Issue 2078, p18
An interview with rock guitarist Jorma Kaukonen, founding member of the Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna Electric Band, is presented. When asked on the features of the Hot Tuna band, he mentions that aside from him and bassist Jack Casady, the band includes Barry Mitterhoff on mandolin, G. E. Smith on guitar, and Skoota Warner on drums. Kaukonen mentions that Reverend Gary Davis, Brownie McGhee, and Muddy Waters were among his musical influences.


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