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Stephen Stills and Kenny Wayne Shepherd form “The Rides’
Stephen Stills and Kenny Wayne Shepherd form “The Rides’

Stephen Stills has teamed up with Kenney Wayne Shepherd and Electric Flag keyboardist Barry Goldberg for the new supergroup, called the Rides, according to Ultimate Classic Rock. The band’s debut album, Can’t Get Enough, will be released on July 30th and features original material alongside covers of Neil Young‘s “Rockin’ In The Free World’ and the Stooges‘ “Search And Destroy.”

Stephen Stills told us that he hopes that his musical legacy isn’t solely based on the work he did during his days in the Buffalo Springfield and the early portion of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young‘s career:

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