Veteran blues guitarist Elvin Bishop returns with a new CD "Red Dog Speaks," on June 15th. The title refers to his favorite stringed instrument, a 1959 Gibson hollow body. Bishop's storied career includes a stint in the acclaimed Butterfield Blues Band in the mid 1960's. In '68, he went solo and played a series of stellar co-headlining shows with the Allman Brothers Band at the Fillmore East. Bishop's "Fooled Around and Fell in Love" hit #3 in 1976 and is still a staple at classic rock stations around the country. He was also nominated for a Grammy for Best Blues Album for 2008's star-studded "The Blues Rolls On." You can order Elvin's CD by going directly to his record label's site or at amazon.com as well. Click below for the Elvin Bishop interview.