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  1. John Barleycorn Must Die is the Traffic album that almost never was but which is now commonly regarded as their definitive work. By 1970, still only 22, Steve Winwood had already served time at the heart of The Spencer Davis Group, as a founder member of Traffic, and with the supergroup Blind Faith. What started out as Steve Winwood’s solo debut, originally to be called Mad Shadows (a title later filched by Mott The Hoople), John Barleycorn Must Die  became Traffic’s third and most fully realised studio album.

     

  2. Due to popular demand, Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood have added an additional show at London's Royal Albert Hall on June 1st for a total of 5 shows together! Click here to buy exclusive fanclub-only tickets.

  3. December 9, 2010

    Steve Signs A Strat

    Today Steve Winwood signed a Fender Stratocaster guitar for the winner of our 'Can't Find My Way Home Contest', Brenna Fitzgerald. Congratulations to Brenna! Watch her video here.