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The Legend Of Shep Gordon; Warren Haynes Plays Live; A New B.B. King Doc

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Thursday, June 05, 2014

Shep Gordon is the subject of a new Mike Myers documentary, Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon. Shep Gordon is the subject of a new Mike Myers documentary, Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon. (RADiUS-TWC)

In this episode: Entertainment mogul Shep Gordon has worked with all sorts of big names. But in a decades-long career in the midst of some of the world’s most famous people, he has an aversion to fame. Gordon's life is now profiled in the new film Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon, directed by Mike Myers. 

Then: Guitarist Warren Haynes has lead the hard-working improvisational blues rock band Gov’t Mule for 20 years, and has played with the Allman Brothers Band for even longer. But in his recent session in the Soundcheck studio, he plays solo -- just him and electric guitar.

And: Director Jon Brewer talks about the making of the film The Life Of Riley, a new documentary portrait of blues icon B.B. King -- which includes appearances from Eric Clapton, Bono, Carlos Santana, Ronnie Wood, and others.

Shep Gordon On 'Supermensch'

Music industry veteran Shep Gordon talks about his career managing acts like Alice Cooper and Blondie with Soundcheck host John Schaefer. Gordon is the subject of a new documentary directed by Mike Myers Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon. 

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A New Documentary Honors The Life And Music Of B.B. King

Director John Brewer talks about his new documentary that examines the life and legacy of B.B. King. 

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Jenny Lewis Fights Fear And Insomnia On 'The Voyager'

The former Rilo Kiley frontwoman's new record, The Voyager, promises to be some of her most personal songs to date.

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Kinan Azmeh (L) and Dinuk Wijeratne play together at CUNY's Elebash Hall

Download: Kinan Azmeh & Dinuk Wijeratne, 'The Learning Curve'

Syrian clarinetist and Sri Lankan pianist join forces tonight at Elebash Hall. Download "The Learning Curve."

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