C.C.R. performed at Woodstock at three in the morning, following the Grateful Dead. They were so unhappy with their performance that they forbade the use of it in the Woodstock motion picture and anything promoting the movie. They didn't want their performance on the album, either, but Fantasy Records sealed the deal by not agreeing on royalties, which made sure they were not included on the album.
Along with bassist Joe Rockman and drummer Tom Stephen, he formed The Jeff Healey Band. Stevie Ray Vaughan discovered Jeff, which led to an appearance with Patrick Swayze in the movie Road House. Around this time Arista records signed The Jeff Healey Band and the first album, released 1988, featured the hit single "Angel Eyes" and the song "Hideaway," which was nominated for the Best Instrumental Grammy Award. The album See The Light went Gold in the US.
Before they were The Who they were The Detours, then The High Numbers.
The Black Crowes 1994 album Amorica showed a close-up of a woman's red, white, and blue bikini bottom with exposed pubic hair. The photo was taken from the Bicentennial issue of Hustler magazine. They retouched the cover to get rid of the hair after many stores refused to display it.