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Doyle Bramhall II stopped by the AG studio in anticipation of his new album Rich Man — out September 30 — his first since 2001. The blues-rock, singer-songwriter comes from a long legacy of talent; his father Doyle Bramhall was in bands with Jimmie Vaughan and Stevie Ray Vaughan.

As you can imagine, Bramhall II had plenty of stories to share, in addition to playing two songs. Watch above as he covers Bill Withers ‘ “Better Off Dead” and performs “New Faith,” off his forthcoming album.


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