Freed (Black Crowes,
Cry of Love, Sidewinder)
Lyle Workman (Beck, Sting, Sheryl Crow, Frank Black and the Catholics, Jellyfish, Tod Rundegren)
Myles Goodwyn (April Wine)
"The Headbone has become an essential
part of my live set-up. Being able to switch
two heads into one cabinet means less stuff
to haul and less space needed on stage.
Plus I can hear better when everything is
coming out of one cab. This thing is great!!"
~ Audley Freed
North Carolina native Audley Freed first
gained recognition as guitarist with the
acclaimed rockers 'Sidewinder' and 'Cry
Of Love' then later hooked up with the Black
Crowes. A first-rate player, Audley can
jam on almost any style of music and holds
his own beside veterans like Leslie West
and Warren Haynes and Jimmy Page, who did
some 30 shows with Audley and the Crowes.
His soulful blues-rooted riffs provided
the perfect compliment to the Crowe's sound.
Currently, while the Crowes are on hiatus,
Freed is staying busy with bands like Chris
Robinson's (from the Crowes) project bands
and 'Gov’t Mule'.
"The Headbone is a permanent fixture in my set-up. It is with me on stage and in the studio. It is beautiful!" ~ Lyle Workman
Guitarist Lyle Workman is sought after as a creative force for albums, film soundtracks and concert tours and has recorded and/or toured internationally with artists such as Beck, Sheryl Crow, Dr. Dre, Frank Black, Todd Rundgren, Jellyfish, jazz great Tony Williams, and Bourgeois Tagg. He has performed for more than 250,000 people at the Rock-n-Rio Festival in Rio de Janeiro, at major European festivals including Redding and Wembley, Tokyo¹s Budakon, and on TV on SNL, Tonight Show, Conan O¹Brien, VH-1 Fashion and American Music Awards. Lyle composed the score to MADE and Jon Favreau/Vince Vaughn's SWINGERS. Lyle co-produced and engineered SmashMouth performing "Getting Better all the Time" for Mike Myers¹ 'CAT IN THE HAT and wrote the music for John Favreau's DINNER FOR FIVE. His distinctive guitar work can also be heard on film scores including CHARLIE¹S ANGELS (I and II), OLD SCHOOL, and K-PAX. As a member of Bourgeois Tagg Lyle co-wrote a hit single and his two instrumental music CDs have received international acclaim with his first, 'Purple Passages', being dubbed "Possibly the best guitar album of the year" by Guitar Shop Magazine.
"The Headbone works exactly like I hoped it would. I can now switch back
& forth between the Marshall 2000 and the Peavey 5150 for greater tone
options while giving me an instant back-up should ever an amp go down.
After 55 gigs, the Headbone has worked flawlessly. Kudos to Radial for
inventing such a useful device."" ~
Brit Fader - Guitar Tech - April Wine
Vocalist/guitarist Myles Goodwyn penned the April Wine's first hit in 1971. The next year bringing their first Canadian number one single and the first Canadian album to go platinum. Their tour this year was the first to gross over a million dollars. Further '70's albums garnered the band more successes and more hit singles. 'Just Between You and Me' became Myles' biggest U.S. hit and propelled 1981's 'Nature of the Beast' to platinum status. Myles went on to record solo before re-uniting and touring with April Wine's original members, which convinced them to resume recording. 'If You Believe in Me', the band's first single in eight years, was followed by 1993's 'Attitude'. A 'Greatest Hits - Live' album was just released featuring 23 great April Wine songs. Myles is truly a legend in the Canadan and international pop/rock music scene.