Robert Cray has premiered "Bad Influence," a track from his new double live album, 4 Nights of 40 Years Live. The set—which also includes a concert film—will be available in a variety of formats as of August 28 via Mascot Label Group. You can watch the new clip of "Bad Influence," which is included on the album and concert film, below.
Eric Clapton's incendiary six-string exploits with the Yardbirds, followed by a pair of mind-blowing 1966 albums—Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton and Fresh Cream—briefly put the passionate young Clapton atop the U.K.’s, if not the world’s, guitar hierarchy.
So, yes, there's a Black Sabbath parody band called Mac Sabbath, and they sing about McDonald's. You can watch a not-quite-pro-shot video of the band performing "Pair-a-Buns" (their version of "Paranoid") below.