A touching new music video for "Death Letter," a track off Johnny Winter's final album, Step Back, has made its way to the interwebs, and you can check it out below. The song turned out to be Winter's final studio recording.
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Texas blues legend Johnny Winter died Wednesday, July 16, died last night. He was 70. This morning, the guitarist's Facebook page featuring the following news item: "Texas blues icon Johnny Winter has passed away on July 16, 2014, in his hotel room in Zurich, Switzerland. His wife, family and bandmates are all saddened by the loss of their loved one and one of the world's finest guitarists. An official statement with more details shall be issued at the appropriate time."
Blues legend Johnny Winter has announced a new studio album, Step Back. The album is a celebration of the traditional blues and early rock n roll that Winter was raised on, and features a laundry list of guest stars.
Today, GuitarWorld.com presents the premiere of a video of Johnny Winter performing a rocking version of Bob Dylan's "Highway 61 Revisited" on October 16, 1992. That's the day a slew of respected artists — from George Harrison to Johnny Cash to the Band — got together at New York City's Madison Square Garden to celebrate Bob Dylan's 30th anniversary as a recording artist.