Album: Behind The Light (2014)
  • This rocker is fueled by Robert Randolph's tense pedal-steel guitar. Asked during a Reddit AMA how he got the guitarist to play on this song, Phillips replied: "I've always loved him and he is a good friend of my producer and that's how we got to meet. He freakin' murdered that song!"

    Robert Randolph is a steel guitarist who was included by Rolling Stone on their list of the 100 greatest guitarists of all time.


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