Why See Little Feat?
Playing for Over 40 years
Formed in 1969, Little Feat are one of the great survivors of American rock music. Having gone through numerous lineup changes and breakups, the band are still playing their unmistakable brand of murky blues, country, and funk. Founding member Bill Payne, who is also a prolific session player, and has played with the likes of Pink Floyd and The Doobie Brothers, is still going strong, leading the band through cuts from classic albums like Feats Don't Fall Me Now, The Last Record Album and Representing the Mambo.
Performance date: 1 January 1970
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