Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Dave Mason has been part some of the biggest groups, artists and songs of the ‘60s and ‘70s. He was a founding member of Traffic, with friends Steve Winwood and Jim Capaldi. He wrote the classic “Feelin’ Alright,” which Joe Cocker made a big hit in 1969. He appears on George Harrison’s album All Things Must Pass and Jimi Hendrix’ “Crosstown Traffic.”
Mason has played with everyone from Eric Clapton and Delaney and Bonnie, to Fleetwood Mac and Phoebe Snow. In 1977, he had his own huge hit, “We Just Disagree.” Mason’s career is intertwined with the very best of classic British rock – and he continues to share his copious musical gifts as one of the hardest-touring musicians in the business.