Peter Buck this month hosted his third-annual Todos Santos Music Festival in the southern Baja region of Mexico, a week-long event that featured performances by The Minus 5, Live’s Ed Kowalczyk, Drivin’ N Cryin’, The Dream Syndicate and, of course, Buck himself.
On-stage cross-pollination is the norm at this low-key festival, and Steve Wynn brings us one of the event’s most memorable highlights: The Dream Syndicate’s 15-minute “John Coltrane Stereo Blues” jam last Saturday with Buck on guitar and none other than Led Zeppelin’s John Paul Jones on keys.
As Wynn writes on Facebook: “Check out JPJ’s solo around the 7 minute mark. Amazing — I was flashing back to seeing Led Zep at the Forum back in 1976.”
Watch it below:
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