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Topic - Ivan Neville
The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival is filled with artists who have handed down their know-how and love for their craft to their children.
There are different levels of celebrity at Bonnaroo and Warren Haynes belongs in the elite group.
Ivan Neville, 54, said he soaked up the music by "just being around it."
"I learned mostly by ear and feel," he said. "It gets inside you and you express it. But we're always talking about music, me and my uncles and dad. A lot of the end result is understood. A lot goes without saying."