Keyboardist Chuck Leavell talks working with the Stones, the Allman Brothers and his 4,000 acre tree farm

John Landecker

Chuck Leavell (2nd from right) with the Rolling Stones [Courtesy KWI Communications]

Since 1982, Chuck Leavell has occupied the keyboard chair for the Rolling Stones, joining them around the world on their legendary tours. Before that, he tickled the keys for Southern rock pioneers The Allman Brothers. Now, he joins John Landecker to talk about his continuing adventures with the Stones, his enduring love for the forrest and the new documentary Chuck Leavell: The Tree Man that chronicles his 50 year career in music.

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