Wet Willie released "Miles of Smiles," a new live album on Hittin' the Note Records, in January 2012, their first live album since 1977's "Left Coast Live." Although they usually are associated with the Southern rock scene in Macon, GA during the '70s, Wet Willie was always about R&B, funk, soul and greasy blues. They were a band best experienced in a live setting. Front man Jimmy Hall was who Mick Jagger really wanted to be, and the group played with a fire that could burn down any venue. After a string of successful albums, Wet Willie called it a day in 1982, but now they are back and better than ever, as "Miles of Smiles" proves.
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