(Press Release) Over the past 22 years Warren Haynes' Christmas Jam has blossomed into a tradition held each December in the guitarist's hometown of Asheville, NC. Bringing together both bona fide living legends and some of the best young artists touring today.

The event's reputation as a marathon concert featuring stellar performances and collaborations will be bolstered this year with a line-up highlighted by the legendary Steve Miller Band and the debut performance of The Warren Haynes Band, along with an incredible array of musicians and bands. The Warren Haynes Band is expected to focus on material from Haynes’ forthcoming soul release. The record was recorded in Austin around the time Gov’t Mule recorded By a Thread.

Other confirmed acts include: Dirty Dozen Brass Band, John Bell and JoJo Hermann of Widespread Panic and Drive-By Truckers, among others. A Pre-Jam will once again take place at Asheville, NC’s Orange Peel on December 10. Christmas Jam has raised nearly one million dollars to benefit Habitat for Humanity and built 15 houses for those in need since 1999.

There will be a 2-Day Pre-Sale through Christmas Jam Ticketing beginning this Thursday October 14 at Noon EDT and running until Friday October 15 at 8pm EDT, while supplies last. During the Pre-Sale, Christmas Jam will offer a limited number of 4-Pack Tickets, where fans will be able to save $10 per ticket when purchasing 4.

The Steve Miller Band
The Debut Of The Warren Haynes Band
Gregg Allman
John Bell of Widespread Panic
John “Jojo” Hermann of Widespread Panic
Drive-By Truckers
Umphrey’s McGee
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band

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Comment by Dan Rohan on October 15, 2010 at 11:38am
There already was a Warren Haynes Band pre-Mule consisting of Lincoln Schleifer on bass, Steve Holley on drums and Danny Louis on keys.
Comment by Craig Young on October 15, 2010 at 3:19pm
Yes, I know. I had a chance to see them many years ago. This is WHB 2.0.
Comment by Dan Rohan on October 17, 2010 at 9:36am
Who is in it? I saw the debut of the original at the Lone Star Cafe' way back when. It was being filmed for Japanese high def television, which was revolutionary at the time. Also caught them at the late great Wetlands a couple and opening for the Brothers at Jones Beach. Warren is just a joy to watch playing. There's not many, if any, better.


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