Warren Haynes is not a band, but a singer/songwriter/guitarist that fronts both the Allman Brothers Band and Gov't Mule. He was listed as #23 on Rolling Stone Magazine's Top 100 Guitar Players of all time. He also played guitar for The Grateful on last summer's Dead tour. Warren is, in my opinion, a Guitar God, the absolute best I've ever seen. Amoung other accomplishments he's played with the following:
Warren Haynes fronts both The Allman Brothers Band and Gov't Mule. He played guitar on the 2009 Dead tour and has played with Umphrey’s McGee, Tea Leaf Green, Les Claypool, Jack Bruce, Marc Ford, Jimmy Herring, Widespread Panic, Mike Gordon & Page McConnell from Phish, Roger Glover, John Entwhistle, John Scofield, Bernie Worell, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Flea (RHCP), Jack Cassady, Victor Wooten, David Hildago, Bootsy Collins, John Popper and Blues Traveler, Colonel Bruce Hampton, Chris Squire, Audley Freed, Larry Graham, The Bottle Rockets, Susan Tedeschi, David Allen Coe, Jeff Austin, The Dave Matthews Band, Sonny Landreth, Karl Denson, Trey Anastasio, Bela Fleck, Ivan Neville, George Porter, Jr., Billy Gibbons, Living Colour, Jorma Kaukonan, Little Feat, Ani DeFranco, Counting Crows, Bruce Hornsby, Phil Lesh & Friends, Coheed & Cambria, Ben Harper, John Paul Jones, Joan Osborne, Steve Earle, William Bell, Travis Tritt, Johnny Winter, Robben Ford, Tal Wilkenfeld, Jerry Joseph, Peter Frampton, Don Michael Sampson, Marty Stuart, Taj Mahal, Joe Bonamassa, Galactic, Steve Kimmock, Grace Potter, Pat Travers, Levon Helm, Glenn Tilbrook, Matisyahu, The Disco Biscuits, Citizen Cope, Toots Hebert, Robert Randolph, Jackie Greene, Ray Lamontagne, Hill Country Review and Taylor Hicks.
I'm looking forward to seeing him again this June as The Allman Bothers will be appearing at Eric Clapton's Crossroads Festival in Chicago. He's not only great to see, he is one helluva nice guy.