Watch Snarky Puppy Make Their SXSW Debut With ‘Shofukon’ [Pro-Shot Video]

first_imgHaving toured the world several times, Snarky Puppy has covered a lot of playing grounds. Over the weekend, the two-time Grammy Award-winning band added South By Southwest to their growing list of new experiences with a GroundUP Music showcase at the Cedar Street Courtyard. Featuring performances from Michelle Willis, The Funky Knuckles, Cory Henry, Bill Laurance, Banda Magda, and of course, Snarky Puppy, the night was a perfect introduction to the world of SXSW.Members of Snarky Puppy, Michael League, Bill Laurance, Robert Searight, and Chris McQueen, found some time to sit down with Music Is Universal to talk a little bit about the band, how they came together, and how twenty-six members are able to rotate in a band that frequents the road. Watch the full clip below:Snarky Puppy Interview – SXSW 2016 by musicisuniversalAlso surfaced from their SXSW debut is a professionally shot video of their hit “Shofukan” from their performance at Cedar Street Courtyard last night. Watch it here:Snarky Puppy – Shofukon (Live at SXSW 2016) by musicisuniversallast_img read more

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Rage Against The Machine, Cypress Hill & Public Enemy Members Announce Major Tour

first_imgThere’s been quite a lot of hype surrounding Prophets Of Rage, the new supergroup featuring members of Rage Against The Machine, Cypress Hill and Public Enemy, and for good reason too. The band has made a considerable splash at their first three performances, including two in Los Angeles and one in Brooklyn, NY as a makeup for a rained out, last minute Governors Ball set.Today, the group has announced a major tour schedule with 35+ dates, stretching from August through October and stopping at arenas all across the country. The first date on their schedule is an interesting one, July 19th in Cleveland, OH, where they’ll be on hand to protest the Republican National Convention. One month later, the band will hit venues nationwide, including stops in Brooklyn, Red Rocks and more.Check out the full schedule below. Tickets go on sale this Friday, June 10th, and can be found here.July 19Cleveland, OhioTBDAug 19Fairfax, VAEagleBank ArenaAug 20Camden, NJBB&T PavilionAug 21Mansfield, MAXfinity CenterAug 23Harford, CTThe Xfinity TheatreAug 24Toronto, ONMolson Canadian AmpitheatreAug 26Holmdel, NJPNC Bank Arts CenterAug 27Brooklyn, NYBarclays CenterAug 28Wantagh, NYNikon at Jones Beach TheaterAug 30Noblesville, INKlipsch Music CenterAug 31Burgettstown, PAFirst Niagara PavilionSep 01Clarkston, MIDTE Energy Music TheatreSep 03Tinley Park, ILHollywood Casino AmphitheatreSep 04St. Louis, MOHollywood Casino AmphitheatreSep 05Kansas City, MOProvidence Medical Center AmphitheatreSep 07Morrison, CORed Rocks AmphitheatreSep 10Auburn, WAWhite River AmphitheatreSep 11Ridgefield, WASunlight Supply AmphitheatreSep 13Mountain View, CAShoreline AmphitheatreSep 15Los Angeles, CAThe ForumSep 17Phoenix, AZAk-Chin PavilionSep 25Dallas, TXGexa Energy PavilionSep 27Nashville, TNBridgestone ArenaSep 29Virginia Beach, VAVeterans United Home Loans AmphitheaterOct 01Tampa, FLMidFlorida Credit Union AmphitheatreOct 02West Palm Beach, FLPerfect Vodka AmphitheaterOct 04Atlanta, GAVerizon Wireless AmphitheaterOct 05Cincinnati, OHRiverbend Music CenterOct 07Tulsa, OKBOK CenterOct 08Houston, TXCynthia Woods Mitchell PavilionOct 09San Antonio, TXAT&T CenterOct 11El Paso, TXEl Paso County ColiseumOct 12Albuquerque, NMIsleta AmphitheatreOct 14Las Vegas, NVMandalay Bay Event CenterOct 16Chula Vista, CASleep Train Amphitheatrelast_img read more

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Gary Clark Jr. Will Play A Rare Solo Performance At Carnegie Hall

first_imgCome December 8th, guitarist Gary Clark Jr. will take his performing in new directions for a very special solo performance at the world famous Carnegie Hall. Clark Jr. is undeniably one of the best blues guitarists today, channeling an authentic soul power in his guitar playing and lead vocals.While Clark Jr. continues to tear things up with his touring band, especially in support of the 2015 release The Story of Sonny Boy Slim, the axeman is sure to impress for this evening of music.For more information about the show, head here. The description reads: “Featuring the singer, songwriter, and guitarist in a rare, solo setting, this performance showcases a very different side of Gary Clark Jr.’s oeuvre. The unaccompanied performance is an intimate version of the full electric experience.”You can watch the full electric experience in action, below.last_img read more

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Watch Keller Williams’ Grateful Grass Mash-Up Two Classics At Catskill Chill

first_imgThe Catskill Chill Music Festival made its debut in Lakewood, PA last weekend, bringing thousands of music fans – ChillFam – to the annual festival. Chill closed out the summer in fine fashion, with tons of great talents from the jam scene playing great sets.One of the hallmarks of Catskill Chill is always the collaborative nature of their offered performances. Whether it’s planned super jams or tributes, or unplanned guest appearances, the festival never fails to capture that family vibe. One of the best came during a set from Keller Williams’ Grateful Grass, who paid tribute to the Dead with a great set.In the video below, the medley starts with a progression that sounds like “They Love Each Other,” but Keller leads the vocals on “Cumberland Blues.” Eventually the band does go into “They Love Each Other,” closing out the run of these great Dead songs! Naturally, they call the song “They Cumberlove Each Other.”Watch it all go down below, courtesy of 215music.last_img read more

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Space Kadet Shares New Single “Deep Cheeze” [Premiere]

first_imgKeep up with Space Kadet on their Facebook page, and be sure to catch the band on tour throughout the year. Dates can be seen below.Space Kadet Tour DatesMarch 17th and 18th @ Shamrockers Funk Ball Tampa, FL w/ Andrellien, Yheti, Zebbler and moreMarch 31st @ Martin’s Jackson, MSApril 23rd @ Aisle 5 Atlanta, GA (Jubee and Friends super jam w/ members of Higher Learning and more)June 2nd @ Tapp Room Boone, NCJune 3rd @ Aisle 5 Atlanta, GA supporting The Russ Liquid TestMany more dates to be announced!Cover photo by Ervin Elzie.Artwork by Josh Hamby. Atlanta based jamtronica band Space Kadet continues to explore many genres on the instrumental spectrum, strongly emphasizing the creation of a spacy funky vibe. The culmination of musician friends Rohan Prakash (drums and samples), Alex Etheridge (Bass and Synths), Kyle Gissendaner (Guitar/samples) and Phil Ordonez (Percussion), their sound caters to any variety of music lovers ranging from down tempo abstract dubs, drum and bass, deep dub, electro jazz, high energy funk and more.The future is bright for Space Kadet, recently sharing the stage with praised acts like Zoogma, Sunsquabi, The Werks, Elliot Lipp, Mr. Bill, Govinda, Late Night Radio, Higher Learning, Modern Measure, Stratosphere All Stars, and appearing on festivals like Purple Hatters Ball and Zen Awakening.Today, the band shares their newest release, a single titled “Deep Cheeze.” Alex Etheridge tells us how the song came to fruition. “Our guitarist Kyle and I were playing around with recording different vocal stems. Initially we weren’t taking it too seriously, but over time, the more we picked at it, the more and it started to reflect all of us collectively. There was a tipping point once Rohan had a look at it when we all finally had that ‘a-ha’ moment and knew somebody needed to hear this. Shortly after, Rohan added some touch ups on drums and percussion which resulted in the final product we have now.”Rohan Prakash adds, “We have a a few tracks that we’ve been getting ready to release far before this track was written, as well as different styles and genres we have been playing with, but the longer “Deep Cheeze” sat on our speakers, the more energy we had towards trying to get it out. This is the first of many releases to come as well as a new EP coming soon.”We’re excited to premiere this new single! Listen to Space Kadet’s “Deep Cheeze,” streaming below.last_img read more

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Donut Sampler: Relive Phish’s Baker’s Dozen By Rewatching These Free Pro-Shot Videos

first_imgIt’s pretty obvious that Phish’s Baker’s Dozen run at Madison Square Garden was a monumental feat. If you’re anything like us, you’re probably still reeling from the historic string of shows and wrapping your mind around what could be considered Phish’s finest since their 1998 Island Tour. Now that we’re a week out from the end of Baker’s Dozen, we’ve decided to help you relive the run’s glory by compiling all of the setlists (via Phish.net) as well as all the available pro-shot videos that our favorite quartet from Vermont released during their thirteen-night residency at Madison Square Garden. Enjoy!The Baker’s Dozen Awards: A Democratic Look At The Best Moments Of Phish’s 13-Show ResidencyFriday, 7/21 (Night 1; Coconut)SET 1: Shake Your Coconuts[1], Martian Monster, Timber Ho! > 555, Pigtail, Halfway to the Moon, Reba[2], Moonage Daydream, Walls of the CaveSET 2: Tweezer > Seven Below > Billy Breathes > Sparkle, Everything’s Right > Slave to the Traffic Light > Suzy Greenberg, Coconut[3]ENCORE: The Mango Song > Good Times Bad Times[1] Phish debut. Lyrics changed to reference the Baker’s Dozen.[2] No whistling.[3] Phish debut.“Shake Your Coconuts”“Tweezer”“Seven Below”Saturday, 7/22 (Night 2; Strawberry)SET 1: Strawberry Fields Forever[1], Halley’s Comet > The Moma Dance [2] > Breath and Burning > Funky Bitch, Mound, Foam, Roggae, The Squirming CoilSET 2: Down with Disease > Strawberry Letter 23[3] > Birds of a Feather, I Always Wanted It This Way[4] > All of These Dreams, Split Open and Melt > Down with Disease > Shine a LightENCORE: Peaches en Regalia > Cities, My Sweet One[1] Phish debut; a cappella.[2] Unfinished.[3] Phish debut.[4] With Trey on Marimba Lumina.“Strawberry Fields Forever”“Down With Disease”Sunday, 7/23 (Night 3; Red Velvet)Set One: Sunday Morning[1], Axilla, Your Pet Cat > Back on the Train, How Many People Are You, Glide, Theme From the Bottom > It’s Ice > MoreSet Two: AC/DC Bag > Wolfman’s Brother[2] > Twist > Waves > Miss You, Boogie On Reggae Woman, Wading in the Velvet SeaEncore: Sweet Jane[1] Phish debut. Trey on drums.[2] Unfinished.“Sunday Morning”“It’s Ice”“AC/DC Bag”Tuesday,  7/25 (Night 4; Jam-Filled)SET 1: Sample in a Jar, Lawn Boy [1] > My Friend, My Friend[2] > Stash, Bathtub GinSET 2: Fuego > Thread > Crosseyed and Painless > Makisupa Policeman -> End of Session[3] > Tuesday > CavernENCORE: Julius > Lawn Boy[1] Page on keytar.[2] No “Myfe” ending.[3] Debut.“Sample In A Jar”“Lawn Boy”“Fuego”Wednesday, 7/26 (Night 5; Powdered)SET 1: White Winter Hymnal[1], Cars Trucks Buses, My Soul, Roses Are Free > The Very Long Fuse, Gumbo, Yarmouth Road, Pebbles and Marbles, Farmhouse, TubeSET 2: Carini -> Mr. Completely > 1999 -> Steam > No Quarter, Character ZeroENCORE: Powderfinger[2][1] Phish debut; a cappella.[2] Phish debut.“White Winter Hymnal”“Tube”“Carini”Friday, 7/28 (Night 6; Chocolate)SET 1: Chocolate Rain[1], Ass Handed, Free, Weigh > Undermind > The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony, The Dogs > Destiny Unbound, Divided Sky, Things People Do, SandSET 2: Have Mercy, Chalk Dust Torture [2], You Sexy Thing[3] > Mercury -> You Sexy Thing > Backwards Down the Number Line > Rock and RollENCORE: Fee[4], Space Oddity[1] Phish debut; a cappella, with Page on a midi controller keyboard.[2] Unfinished.[3] Phish debut.[4] Lyrics changed to “have a chocolate donut and catch your breath.”“Chocolate Rain”“Have Mercy”“Chalk Dust Torture”Saturday, 7/29 (Night 7; Cinnamon)SET 1: Llama, Wilson > Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan > Ya Mar, Tela, The Birds > The Line, Water in the Sky, Vultures > Train Song > Horn, I Am the WalrusSET 2: Blaze On > Twenty Years Later > Alumni Blues > Letter to Jimmy Page > Alumni Blues > Meatstick > Dirt > Harry HoodENCORE: Cinnamon Girl“Llama”“Blaze On”Sunday, 7/30 (Night 8; Jimmies)SET 1: The Curtain With > Runaway Jim, Waking Up Dead, Esther, Home, Brian and Robert, Nellie Kane, Colonel Forbin’s Ascent > Fly Famous Mockingbird > David BowieSET 2: Drowned > A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing, Harpua > Also Sprach Zarathustra[1] > Golgi Apparatus, In The Good Old Summer TimeENCORE: The Wind Cries Mary[2][1] With donut references.[2] Phish debut.“The Curtain With”“Drowned”“A Song I Heard The Ocean Sing”Tuesday, 8/1 (Night 9; Maple)SET 1: O Canada[1] > Crowd Control, Sugar Shack, When the Circus Comes, Daniel Saw the Stone, Army of One, The Wedge, Guelah Papyrus, Maple Leaf Rag[2], Guelah Papyrus, McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters > Limb By Limb > Walk AwaySET 2: Golden Age, Leaves, Swept Away > Steep > 46 Days [3] > Piper > PossumENCORE: Rock ‘n’ Roll Suicide[1] Phish debut; instrumental.[2] Phish debut; performed solo by Page.[3] With Trey on Marimba Lumina and Mike and Page on percussion.“O Canada”“Golden Age”“Swept Away” > “Steep”Wednesday, 8/2 (Night 10; Holes)SET 1: Way Down in the Hole[1], Buried Alive, Kill Devil Falls, Guyute, I Didn’t Know, NICU, Meat > Maze, Ginseng Sullivan, Waiting All Night, Heavy Things, Run Like an AntelopeSET 2: Mike’s Song > O Holy Night[1] > Taste > Wingsuit > Sneakin’ Sally Through the Alley > Weekapaug GrooveENCORE: A Day in the Life[1] Phish debut.“Way Down In The Hole”“Mike’s Song”“Taste”Friday, 8/4 (Night 11; Lemon)SET 1: See That My Grave Is Kept Clean[1], Punch You In the Eye > Party Time, Big Black Furry Creature from Mars, Dinner and a Movie, Ocelot, Poor Heart, Winterqueen, Bold As Love > First TubeSET 2: Dem Bones, No Men In No Man’s Land > Everything In Its Right Place[1], What’s the Use? > Scents and Subtle Sounds[2] > Prince Caspian > FluffheadENCORE: Frankenstein[3][1] Phish debut.[2] No intro.[3] Page on keytar.“See That My Grave Is Kept Clean”“Dem Bones”“Scents And Subtle Sounds”Saturday, 8/5 (Night 12; Boston Cream)SET 1: Soul Shakedown Party, Uncle Pen, The Sloth, Gotta Jibboo, Fuck Your Face, Sunshine of Your Feeling[1], Frost > Scent of a Mule, Fire, Alaska > PlasmaSET 2: Ghost > Petrichor > Light > The Lizards, The Horse > Silent in the Morning > Quinn the Eskimo > Rocky TopENCORE: Joy[1] Debut.“Soul Shakedown Party”“Ghost”Sunday, 8/6 (Night 13; Glazed)SET 1: Dogs Stole Things, Rift, Ha Ha Ha, Camel Walk, Crazy Sometimes > Saw It Again > Sanity > Bouncing Around the Room, Most Events Aren’t Planned[1], Bug, I Been Around, IzabellaSET 2: Simple > Rise/Come Together > Starman, You Enjoy Myself, Loving CupENCORE: On the Road Again > Lawn Boy Reprise > Tweezer Reprise[1] Phish debut.“Dogs Stole Things” “Simple”Phish’s Baker’s Dozen Banner Being Raised To Make MSG History[Photo: Chad Anderson]last_img read more

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Trey Anastasio Joins Tedeschi Trucks Band For 2017 Beacon Theatre Closer [Videos]

first_imgWatch more videos from Saturday night’s performance below, courtesy of Sean Roche: Setlist: Tedeschi Trucks Band | Beacon Theatre | New York City, NY | 10/14/17Keep On Growing (Derek and the Dominos), Made Up My Mind, Until You Remember, Sailing on (Toots & The Maytals), Part Of Me, Midnight In Harlem, Don’t Know What It Means, How Blue Can You Get? (Johnny Moore’s Three Blazers), The StormII: Don’t Let Me Slide, Do I Look Worried, Chevrolet (Lonnie Young, Ed Young, Lonnie Young Jr.), Isn’t It A Pity (George Harrison), The Letter (Box Tops), I Want More, I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free (Billy Taylor), Delta Lady (Leon Russell)*, Mountain Jam (Allman Brothers)*E: A Song For You (Leon Russell), Bound For Glory*w/ Trey Anastasio[Photo by Marc Lowenstein] Tedeschi Trucks Band wrapped up their six-night run at the Beacon Theatre on Saturday night, marking their 27th performance at the New York City venue to date. Billed as another Evening With, fans were treated to two full sets of rock-and-roll originals, covers, and sit-ins from the one-and-only Trey Anastasio. The Phish frontman helped the 12-piece ensemble close out their second set with a pair of covers, “Delta Lady” by Leon Russell, in which he sang lead vocals on, and a 33+ minute “Mountain Jam” for the books.Marking the first time Trucks and Anastasio have collaborated since with the Allman Brothers Band at the 2014 Wanee, the moment was especially savored in the setting of the Beacon Theatre–a venue the Allman Brothers Band had played over 200 times. With the recent passings of Gregg Allman and Butch Trucks, the ABB song was an especially poignant choice. It was also the debut version from Tedeschi Trucks Band, which soared between various versions of the composition–including early Donovan’s “There Is A Mountain” and inspiration from the Grateful Dead and Herbie Mann renditions, as JamBase notes–with an extended “Will The Circle Be Unbroken?” mid-section. Certainly an interesting take on the beloved instrumental, bassist Tim Lefebvre and drummers J.J. Johnson and Tyler Greenwell were each given plentiful space for their individual remarks, morphing the performance into a space-shifting presentation of a song with many legs. While Anastasio has been known to hold back in this shared stage space before, he visibly pushed through to match guitar hero Derek Trucks in what became a patiently-timed, glorious dual between the two. Still, it was obvious who the leader on stage was–understandably, and respectfully–as Trey used the experience to appreciatively soak in the glory of the Tedeschi Trucks Band.Ahead of Trey’s sit-in, the husband-and-wife duo led their machine through an energetic evening of music that, unlike Friday night’s setlist, relied heavily on their original tunes. Timeless favorites “Midnight In Harlem” and “Do I Look Worried” settled hearts amongst raging numbers “Don’t Know What It Means” and “The Storm.” The band has a unique ability to reinvent old tunes in their own way, so covers of Derek and the Dominos, Toots & The Maytals, Johnny Moore’s Three Blazers, George Harrison, The Box Tops, Billy Taylor, and Leon Russell feel as if they could appropriately exist on proper Tedeschi Trucks Band records. Their influences are transcendental to the songwriting of the band, and shine through in their live interpretations night after night. As if its an education for their widespread audience, Derek and Susan continue to deliver the gospel of southern rock, the delta blues, and straight-up soul to their fanbase across the world.Following the unexpected sit-in, Susan Tedeschi returned to the stage with Kofi Burbridge for a heartfelt version of “A Song For You” by Leon Russell. Fans were appreciative of the fact, considering the keyboardist’s recent health scare that took him off the road for the last three months. The band joined the duo to close the final night with their original “Bound For Glory.” Tedeschi Trucks Band has a few weeks off before they return to the road on November 3 with Hard Working Americans. Full tour schedule here.You can watch complete videos of “Delta Lady” and “Mountain Jam” below, courtesy of Marc Millman:last_img read more

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Umphrey’s McGee Shines On Pink Floyd Cover At Hulaween Pre-Party [Video]

first_imgThe pre-party kicked off for Suwannee Hulaween on Thursday, and the evening’s lineup itself was well worth the price of admission. With a dream-like schedule that took attendees from Spafford to Lettuce, Umphrey’s McGee to Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, back into Umphrey’s and bookended with Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, campers were treated to a night full of jams on the Patch and Amphitheatre stages.As the sun was set, Umphrey’s McGee kicked things off on the Patch stage with a tropically-inspired “There’s No Crying In Mexico.” The band continued with their signature jamming through a seven-song first set, closing with “Push The Pig” and “Dump City” (which was dedicated to Spafford) sandwiched by a huge “All In Time.” Within literal minutes, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead plugged into the Amphitheatre stage and brought with them a five-song, Grateful Dead-inspired set for the ages. With Dave Dreiwitz gone for the evening, bassist on Jon Shaw took his place. The bands swapped once again on Thursday night, complimenting their unique takes on old school favorites.Perhaps one of the biggest highlights of the night was Umphrey’s McGee’s unexpected version of “Shine On You Crazy Diamond” by Pink Floyd. The dark and ominous introduction left fans wondering what would come next, until a light shined over guitarist Jake Cinninger who slowly revealed what was about to happen. The band dug deep into this cover, as you can see in the 20+ minute video below:The festival technically begins today with headlining sets from the String Cheese Incident (x2) and Bassnectar. Check out the full lineup here.Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee | Suwannee Hulaween | Live Oak, FL | 10/26/17I: There’s No Crying In Mexico > 40’s Theme > Wappy Sprayberry > All In Time > Push The Pig, Dump City > All In TimeII: Le Blitz > Remind Me > The Triplewide > The Floor, Day Nurse > Shine On You Crazy Diamond > Day Nurse, Booth LoveSetlist: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead | Suwannee Hulaween | Live Oak, FL | 10/26/17I: Alligator -> Ruben & Cerise -> Throwing Stones > Ramble On Rose @, Feel Like A StrangerII: Jam # -> Bird Song -> Truckin $ -> Space -> Truckin -> Bird Song Reprise -> Truckin Reprise % -> Mississippi Half Step -> Playing In The Band ^ -> The Other One & > Shakedown [email protected] – With a Dark Star Tease (TH) & an Unknown Tease (MB)# – With Dark Star Teases (Band)$ – With a Bird Song Tease (MB)% – With a Bird Song Tease (Band)^ – With a Feel Like A Stranger Tease (Band) & a lengthy Afrobeat Jam& – Verse One onlyNot Fade Away (to close Set One) & Samson & Delilah (as the Encore) were on the setlist as written, but not played.[photo by Phierce Photo]last_img read more

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Dead & Company Subtly Addresses Politicians With “Throwing Stones” In Washington D.C. [Videos]

first_imgWhile the first set did not exhibit much of jamming across songs, the second set showcased the band’s penchant for jammed-out transitions, offering up a segued combo of “Help On The Way”, “Slipknot!”, and “Franklin’s Tower”. Ahead of the triumphant “Terrapin Station” before the electronic-infused “Drums” and “Space” portion of second set, Weir led the band on “Looks Like Rain”. To close out the second set, the band offered up a slow and steady “Days Between” before the set-closing politically charged “Throwing Stones”—an appropriate number for the show’s location at the nation’s capital given the lyrics that heavily reference politicians. To end things on a high, the band closed out the evening with an encore of their most traditionally “famous” number, “Touch Of Grey”.“Help On The Way” Ahead of Thanksgiving, Dead & Company hit the Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C., before the group continues to Hartford, Connecticut’s XL Center tonight and Detroit’s Little Caesar’s Arena on Friday. Tuesday’s performance saw the Grateful Dead-inspired group lay out a number of beloved crowd-pleasers, including an energized second-set opener that saw the band string together “Help On The Way”, “Slipknot!”, and “Franklin’s Tower”.Dead & Company Closes Boston Run With “Corinna” Live Debut [Videos]During last night’s show, Dead & Company came out swinging with “Feel Like A Stranger” and “Bertha”, making for a groove-heavy start to set one. By way of the tour-debut of “Black-Throated Wind”, the group arrived at yet another crowd-pleaser, this time in the form of a galloping “Tennessee Jed”. After a heartfelt “Ship Of Fools”, the group accelerated to a close with “Cassidy” and the ever-popular “Deal”.“Feel Like A Stranger” [Video: Tom Libera]Setlist: Dead & Company | Capital One Arena | Washington, DC | 11/21/2017Set One: Feel Like A Stranger, Bertha, Black-Throated Wind, Tennessee Jed, Ship Of Fools, Cassidy, DealSet Two: Help On The Way > Slipknot! > Franklin’s Tower, Looks Like Rain, Terrapin Station, Drums, Space, Days Between, Throwing StonesEncore: Touch Of Grey[Photo: Phierce Photo]center_img “Throwing Stones”last_img read more

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Tame Impala To Headline Treasure Island Music Festival

first_imgTame Impala will headline Treasure Island Music Festival when the gathering returns on October 13th and 14th. This year’s event will herald the festival’s move to a new home at Middle Harbor Shoreline Park in Oakland, California, following a one-year hiatus.Other artists on the bill for Treasure Island include A$AP Rocky, Silk City (Diplo + Mark Ronson), Lord Huron, Santigold, Courtney Barnett, Jungle, Hiatus Kaiyote, and the Tame Impala-affiliated psych-rock outfit Pond. Treasure Island announced a hiatus last year after a decade at its namesake location, San Francisco’s Treasure Island. Organized by Noise Pop Industries and Another Planet, the festival has historically showcased a variety of acts on two adjacent stages. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the 2018 edition of Treasure Island will keep things more or less the same, with interactive art installations, food trucks, and a 60′ Ferris wheel.“It was never a question of whether or not the festival would come back,” Noise Pop Industries co-owner and festival co-founder Jordan Kurland told the publication. “It was taking a year off to make sure when we returned we did it right.”Tickets for the revived Treasure Island Music Festival will go on sale Friday, May 18th.last_img read more

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