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Last week’s Grammy Awards had its fair share of highlights, including tributes to David Bowie, B.B. King, Glenn Frey (The Eagles), Maurice White (Earth Wind & Fire) and Lemmy Kilmister (Motorhead), but one performance you may have missed involved a collaboration between Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters, Trombone Shorty as well as the legendary Preservation Hall Jazz Band.Prior to the Grammy Awards, the New Orleans jazz band took part in a second line parade that eventually spilled over into the Staples Center and into an elevator with Grohl and Trombone Shorty on hand. Watch a short video clip from the performance below:
Last weekend, a number of top-notch performers descended on the luxurious Spirit of Suwannee Music Park for the one and only AURA Music & Arts Festival. Among them was recent Grammy winners Snarky Puppy, the jazz/funk collective known for their incredible compositions and musicianship.Snarky Puppy hit the main stage last Saturday, March 5th, ultimately calling on a number of special guests throughout the performance. Beloved percussionist Mike Dillon joined in during “Gx,” while Jennifer Hartswick and Natalie Cressman brought their horns out for a riveting rendition of “Quartermaster.” What a show!Thanks to Butch Almberg, we have full audio from the performance. Tune in and enjoy below:For more Floridians who want that Snarky funk, be sure to check out Fool’s Paradise festival running from April 1-2 in St. Augustine, FL. Snarky keyboardist Cory Henry will serve as the festival’s artist-at-large, promising collaborations with Lettuce, Vulfpeck and more! With additional sets from GRiZ, Chris Robinson’s Soul Revue, Goldfish, The Nth Power and more, you know it’s going to be a good time at Fool’s! Tickets and more information are available here.Setlist: Snarky Puppy at AURA Music Festival, Live Oak, FL – 3/5/16Terova, Whitecap, Gx*, What About Me, Thing Of Gold, Binky, Quartermaster%, Shofukan, Lingus* with Mike Dillon% w Jennifer Hartswick and Natalie Cressman
Thanks to Sean Roche for all of these amazing videos![Photo by Daniel Ojeda] Last weekend, guitar slinger Warren Haynes brought his Ashes & Dust Band out to The Egg in Albany, NY, playing a hearty mix of fun covers, classic songs, and tunes from the 2015 release Ashes & Dust. Comprised of ChessBoxer and drummer Jeff Sipe, the Ashes & Dust Band have been supporting Haynes on tour since last fall, and are only sounding tighter with each passing performance.Back at The Egg last Saturday, March 5th, Haynes and his crew opened with an instrumental rendition of John Lennon’s “Imagine” before performing the opening track from Ashes & Dust, “Is It Me Or You?” Check it out below:The set rolled on nicely, and even included a segment with Bob Dylan’s “All Along The Watchtower” into the Allman Brothers Band’s “Blue Sky.” Enjoy that jam below:One highlight from the show came at the end of the set, when Haynes busted out the opening notes of Radiohead’s “Karma Police.” This transitioned into a “Paranoid Android” instrumental segment, and was captured by Sean Roche. Enjoy:The band returned for a two song encore, featuring covers of Grateful Dead’s “Loser” and Allman Brothers Band’s “Jessica.” Enjoy!
With his this-year-in Grateful Dead celebrations coming to an end, bassist Phil Lesh continues to innovate with new and creative thematic approaches to the Dead catalog. One such approach will “take you on a musical journey, exploring the realms of darkness & light.” He’ll be performing with different “Friends” on July 5th and 6th at Terrapin Crossroads, with each show serving as a companion to the other.The July 5th show will focus on dark, while July 6th focuses on light. July 5th will feature Cass McCombs, Jackie Greene, Neal Casal, Adam MacDougall, and Mark Levy; Nicki Bluhm will join instead of McCombs on the 6th.There’s certainly no shortage of Grateful Dead material for each category. First thoughts: “Dark Hollow,” “Dark Star,” In The Dark, “Scarlet Begonias” (Once in a while you get shown the light…), “Lovelight,” “Just A Little Light.” What are your favorites?
Load remaining images On the beautiful warm summer night of June 30th, Yonder Mountain String Band performed a free show as a part of the 9thStreet Summerfest Outdoor Concert Series. Through local and big name sponsors of Columbus, MO, the eight-part concert series event is made free to the public of all ages. The Blue Note, a local bar, hosted the event in between Broadway and Walnut on 9th, which provided an intimate setting to the young, old, and everyone else in between.The small host city was pleasantly brought into the evening by the opening string band called Old Salt Union. The feeling among the attendees and the bands was that the event will be rained out due to incoming bad weather. Yonder’s most comical moment during the show was when bassist, Ben Kaufmann, mentioned how Adam Aijala, guitarist, had bought a fancy “boutique” app on his phone for weather predictions, and said he should ask for his money back because clearly Columbus didn’t get hit by bad weather. As the sun set past eight and the clouds turned to cotton candy pink, the audience got lucky and the show went on.The night included a plethora of covers. “Shakedown Street” in the encore, “Life in the Fast Lane,” and “For What It’s Worth” were definitely crowd favorites, since everyone was able to sing along. Rain Still Falls, an original song, brought some irony to the nightTwo duets, instrumental and vocal, mesmerized the crowd. Jesse Farrar from Old Salt Union joined Ben Kaufmann on stage for first a upright bass trade off in solos which ended in both musicians playing on the same bass at the same time. The second vocal duet was also with Jesse Farrar for “Hadn’t Been for Love” by the Steel Drivers with Allie Kral. The two song encore pleasantly concluded the evening and left a happily satisfied crowd. Check out a full gallery of images below from Tara Gracer Design & Photography.
Load remaining images Beloved jam band Phish kicked off a run of shows along the West Coast this past weekend, starting things up with two performances at the beautiful Gorge Amphitheatre in George, WA. The historic venue has hosted Phish a number of times during their career, and these two shows certainly lived up to their expectations. Having turned a proverbial corner in their final weekend of the Northeast run, the two Phish shows at the Gorge were chock full of highlights.When the band starts a show with “Tweezer,” you know you’re going to be in for a treat. The first show featured the debut of a new song called “Ass Handed,” a “Crosseyed and Painless” and “What’s The Use?” tease filled second set with an instrument swapping “Ghost, some “Makisupa Policeman” shenanigans that bled into “Wilson” and Led Zeppelin’s “Good Times Bad Times” to close the show. Night two brought more fire power, with bust out versions of “Driver” and “Love You” among the many highlights. Some great jamming on “Bathtub Gin” and the encore “Harry Hood” into “Tweezer Reprise” sent fans home smiling.Fortunately, thanks to YouTube user phunguy, we can watch videos of night one and two streaming in below. Enjoy!Night One: Friday, July 15thSetlistSet 1: Tweezer > Sample in a Jar, The Old Home Place, Wolfman’s Brother, Bouncing Around the Room, Undermind, Kill Devil Falls, Lawn Boy, Ass Handed, Party Time, The Line, Tide Turns, Rift, Walls of the CaveSet 2: Crosseyed and Painless > What’s the Use? > No Men In No Man’s Land -> Stash > Ghost -> No Men In No Man’s Land -> Chalk Dust Torture > Meatstick > Also Sprach Zarathustra > CavernEncore: Makisupa Policeman > Wilson > Good Times Bad Times Debut. Trey on Marimba Lumina; Mike and Page on percussion. Keyword = “pot.”Notes: This show featured the debut of Ass Handed. The Old Home Place was played for the first time since 6/28/12 (155 shows). NMINML contained C&P quotes. Stash contained a What’s the Use? tease. Ghost contained C&P and What’s the Use? teases, and NMINML quotes. Ghost also featured Trey on Marimba Lumina, and Mike and Page on percussion. CDT contained yet more NMINML, C&P, and WTU? teases. 2001 contained C&P quotes and NMINML teases. Cavern contained C&P quotes and a WTU? tease. The Makisupa keyword was “pot.”Night Two: Saturday, July 16thSetlistSet 1: Buried Alive, AC/DC Bag > The Moma Dance, Uncle Pen, 555, Sleep Again, It’s Ice, Driver, Sand, Horn, Halfway to the Moon, Bathtub GinSet 2: Blaze On > Backwards Down the Number Line > Carini > Birds of a Feather, Wingsuit > Shade, Mike’s Song > Farmhouse > Weekapaug Groove, Shine a LightEncore: Hold Your Head Up, Love You > Hold Your Head Up, Harry Hood > Tweezer RepriseNotes: This show was webcast via Live Phish. Driver was played for the first time since August 3, 2013 (111 shows). Love You was played for the first time since October 23, 2010 (216 shows).Photography by Jordan IngleeInstagram: @visualsuplex
Last week, Phish announced the upcoming October 7th release of their thirteenth studio album, Big Boat. Today, the band shared their first song off the release, “Breath And Burning”. The studio version of this poppy number, which premiered this summer, features reverb-laced vocals from Trey Anastasio, and the crowd-pleasing line “rage with Page at the dying of the light.” There’s a horn section too!Check it out via NPR below:In the NPR article, Trey talks about the song’s origins. “I wrote this song on the beach after our three-night run in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico last January. I loved watching the faces of all the people dancing and splashing in the ocean while we played. I kept thinking, ‘This will all end sooner or later, one way or another. So I’m gonna enjoy every last second of it while we’re still here. I’m not gonna wave away the dessert cart on the Titanic. I want to be like that string quintet that kept playing while it sank.”Let us know what you think of the upbeat number!
Beloved jamgrass group Railroad Earth made their return to Colorado last weekend, hitting the famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre on September 16th before making their way to Boulder for a show at the Boulder Theater on the 17th. The band thoroughly impressed for both performances, even playing a cover of Neil Young’s “Harvest Moon” during an actual harvest moon at Red Rocks. Watch here.Fortunately, thanks to taper Jeff Frank, a full recording of the Red Rocks show can be streamed below!RRE kept the magic alive when they brought their beautiful sounds to the Boulder Theater. Thanks to taper gerry gladu, we can listen in on this great second night performance as well, streaming below. Enjoy!
When it comes to cutting edge electro-funky grooves, few are as well respected as GRiZ and Gramatik. Between GRiZ’s saxophone fueled funk and Gramatik’s tightly produced grooves, the two never fail to get fans engaged with their music. When they come together as GRiZmatik, well, all bets are off.That’s what happened the other day, when the duo collaborated on a new single. “As We Proceed” brings the two styles together for an exciting new jam.