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first_imgREAD: Pre-Sonoma Driver Reports READ: Sonoma Paint Scheme Preview Truex Jr. wins at SonomaMartin Truex Jr. ends a 218-race drought between victories, picking up his second win of his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series career. | Read the full storyOther news: — Race Rewind: Toyota/Save Mart 350 — Edwards inches closer in standings — Standings shuffle: 3 Up, 3 Down — Montoya’s costly miscalculation— Hendrick rebounds at Sonoma — Earnhardt Jr. makes a nice save — Stewart, Hamlin have run-in — Kyle Busch hits the tire barrier — Montoya spins Kyle Busch at Sonoma — Harraka rear-ends Alex Kennedy Featured Story Get entry lists, schedules, updates and more on our hub page for the weekend’s races READ MORE:center_img READ: Mobil 1 Tech: Car seat safety Nationwide SeriesJohnsonville Sausage 200 presented by Menards, Saturday, 5 p.m. ET, ESPN. Entry list | Points standings | Schedule/TV | Practice results | Practice recap | Qualifying order | Qualifying results/lineup | Pit stall assignments | Race resultsFeatured StoryDinger wins Road AmericaFrom pole to Victory Lane, AJ Allmendinger gets his first win in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. Catch up on the action from Road America. | Read the full storyOther news:— Allmendinger wins pole at Road America— Travis Pastrana tries to weather his own storm— Post-race reaction: Papis slaps Johnson — Final Laps: AJ Allmendinger wins Road America— Victory Lane: AJ Allmendinger celebrates— Tempers, chaos reign at end of race READ: Power Rankings Week 15 It’s a week of road-course racing for drivers in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and NASCAR Nationwide Series.The Cup Series heads to Sonoma Raceway for the Toyota/Save Mart 350. The Nationwide Series travels to Road America in Wisconsin for the Johnsonville Sausage 200 presented by Menards.Check back for updates on this page, including practice results, qualifying order, qualifying results, race results and other news and features by series.Sprint Cup SeriesToyota/Save Mart 350, Sunday, 3 p.m. ET, TNT.Entry list | Points standings | Schedule/TV | Practice results | Practice recap | Qualifying order | Qualifying results/lineup | Pit stall assignments | Race Resultslast_img read more

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Umphrey’s McGee, Tom Petty, & More Locked In For Bunbury Music Festival

first_imgCincinnati’s Bunbury Music Festival is set to take place June 3-5 along the Ohio River throughout Sawyer Point and Yeatman’s Cove. The Ohio gathering has locked in some killer headlining acts, including Umphrey’s McGee,Tom Petty’s Mudcrutch, Florence + the Machine, and The Killers, with additional special performances from Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires, Big Grams (Big Boi Phantogram), and Of Monsters and Men.Also billed to play are G. Love & Special Sauce, Ice Cube, Tears for Fears, Louis The Child, Grimes, The Mowgli’s, Here Come The Mummies,  and many more genre-spanning national acts.Tickets are currently on-sale now. More information can be found on their website.last_img

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In-Depth With Town Mountain On Their New Album, ‘Southern Crescent’

first_imgThere’s no denying North Carolina bluegrass group Town Mountain is on a roll.  Their new album, Southern Crescent, is the first release on the new LoHi Records, based out of Asheville, North Carolina, and has taken the Billboard Bluegrass charts by storm. With the new album sitting high on the charts, a new leg of the roll out tour starting this week with big gigs in Colorado and more, we were excited for a chance to catch up with mandolin player Phil Barker about his playing style, the band’s success and more.Read on for our exclusive interview with Mr. Barker below:Live For Live Music: First of all, congratulations on the strong debut on the Billboards Bluegrass chart.  Were you expecting a reaction from the community like that?Phil Barker: Definitely not.  We hadn’t had any of our previous releases do anything like this, and we’re really pleased with the reception Southern Crescent is receiving. We just wanted to put our best material together and make the best package we could for our fans and the world. Seeing it do so well is not only humbling but pretty gratifying. L4LM: The songs on Southern Crescent are very open, sonically, and natural sounding. Was this a conscious decision to keep the music so free of studio trickery?PB: I’m not sure it was a conscious decision, it was more just the way things came out.  Dirk (Powell) did such a great job of recording it for us.  We recorded most of the material all together in a room where we could really connect and play off each other.  Outside of some overdubs and the usual post stuff, we did the whole album that way, and I think the results are terrific.L4LM: Southern Crescent was released on the new LoHi record label.  How did you find your experience working with Tim Carbone and company?PB: It’s been really enjoyable.  Working with Tim Carbone [of Railroad Earth] and the guys at LoHi was rewarding. It was very nice to have someone there who has been through it from the artist side of the process.  He really made it more comfortable for us, and we’ve been very fortunate to have Tim as a fan of our music. The whole process, working with them, it was focused and rewarding.  I think the proof is in the music.L4LM: The band shares the song writing duties.  Do you bring each other finished songs, or is it a more collaborative process?PB: It varies from song to song really.  In the end everybody pitches in to make the music the best it can be. Everybody is respectful of where each other is coming from, and eager to pitch in to make everything better.L4LM: There’s differing schools of thought on how to handle new material for bands that play as many shows as Town Mountain does.  Some acts like to keep the songs a secret, though most like to road test and workshop the material in front of an appreciative audience.  Which camp do you fall into?PB: We’re definitely among the latter category. We like to road test the songs and get them as close to right as we can before recording them.  Songs can change and evolve live, and you can find them becoming something beyond what you originally planned.  Our fans have been a real help in the process.  We’re making the music for ourselves, but hearing what goes over best and working through the physical complexity of playing the music live really helps us know what we need to try and capture in the studio.Download a free track, Wildbird, from Southern Crescent, HEREL4LM: Your instrument, the mandolin, originally served most bluegrass bands as a percussive force, though it has been pulled to the forefront of mixes.  How do you see your role in the song structure?Phil Barker: I’m definitely more interested in the rhythmic aspects of the instrument.  That’s what originally drew me to it.  I’m not the strongest picker, but I enjoy being the driving force in our songs. I do feel like I can make a strong contribution doing what I do. And I can pick a little…L4LM: I understand you are also something of an artist, and that you’ve even done some of the band’s artwork.  Is that right?PB: Yeah, I’ve been known to do some graphic design work occasionally.  Honestly though, it’s not something I have as much time for as I wish, but the band stuff is more important to me by far. I did just do a promo poster for us recently.L4LM: Do you at least get a little something extra in your check for that?PB: (Laughs) Sometimes.  When I do stuff for Town Mountain, that’s just really me doing stuff for my own best interests, for my band y’know.  But when I occasionally do stuff for other bands then yeah, totally!L4LM: Off topic…You’re based in North Carolina…how disappointed were you folks with the NCAA title game?PB: Yeah, that was rough.  It’s hard to get too disappointed, because the game was so entertaining. I mean, you can’t get too mad about losing on a buzzer beater in one of the greatest finishes in NCAA history.L4LM: Trust me, I know your pain.  Anyway, thanks for taking a few minutes to chat with us.  Have fun out there on the road.PB:  No problem!  Happy to do it.You can catch Town Mountain out on the road with the following tour dates, and check them out online by heading to their official website.Town Mountain Tour Schedule5/13 Fri – KSUT Concert Series @ Henry Strater Theatre – Durango, CO5/14 Sat – Denver Beer Co.’s Sundrenched Music Festival – Denver, CO5/21 Sat – The Pour House – Charleston, SC (with Peter Rowan)5/22 Sun – Lincoln Theatre – Raleigh, NC (supporting Hard Working Americans)5/25 Wed – Minglewood Hall – Memphis, TN (supporting Hard Working Americans)5/27 Fri – White Squirrel Festival – Brevard, NC5/28 Sat – Rooster Walk – Martinsville, VA6/1 Wed – Music City Roots – Nashville, TN6/5 Sun – Nelsonville Music Festival6/11 Sat – Festival of the Bluegrass – Lexington, KY6/16 Thu – Back Porch Music Series – Durham, NC6/23 Thu – Rudyfest 16 – Grayson, KY           6/24 Fri – ROMP Fest – Owensboro, KY7/23 Sat – Homegrown Music Festival – Ozark, ARlast_img read more

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Destination Moon, Featuring Moon Hooch, Antibalas & More, Reveals Daily Schedules

first_imgSolar-powered music and arts festival Destination Moon is expanding into a three day camping festival this year! Taking place on June 17-19 at Camp Lakota in Wurtsboro, NY, this year’s event will feature two stages, late-night DJ parties, healthy food options, local vendors, and a solar-powered indie video arcade.The lineup includes Antibalas, Porches, Moon Hooch, Delicate Steve, Buke and Gase, EMEFE, and more, and now, the festival has revealed their day-by-day breakdowns. You can see the full schedule announcement below, and head here for tickets and more information.You can also enter to win tickets in a contest embedded below!last_img

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Lettuce’s Travel Guide To Surviving Life On The Road

first_imgSince meeting as teenagers in the dorms of Berklee College of Music in 1992, the members of Lettuce have spent countless hours on the road together. In fact, they got their name by walking into various jazz venues around Boston asking club owners and other musicians if they would “let us play.” Today, in 2016, the funk powerhouse is at the top of their game with a reputation that speaks volumes to the last twenty-six years of their musical existence.Having just thrown their own music festival Fool’s Paradise in St. Augustine, and on their way to headline Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado later this week with support from Rahzel, Pete Rock, Manic Focus and The Wailers (tickets for Rage Rocks are still available), there are few milestones these traveling musicians haven’t reached during their expansive experiences on the road. Granted, road life isn’t easy, and it may take some time to fine tune your own personal recipe to survival. But the show must always go on, and these guys are here to show you how.L4LM: What are the top three most important things to pack (besides your instruments)?Adam Deitch: My computer, pro tools key (drum key), and usb keyboard.Ryan Zoidis: Good Headphones, great weed, high-end cologne.Jesus Coomes: Your Mind, Your Body, Your Spirit.L4LM: How do you maintain a healthy lifestyle while living out of a van/bus/hotel/green room?Deitch: Follow Benny Blooms vegan lifestyle as closely as possible.Zoidis: Exercise daily, make superfood smoothies on the bus and find the best restaurant in every city. We Surround ourselves with quality food and drinks.Jesus: Green Juice, The Force, Everything in Moderaging! L4LM: What’s your secret to staying up late and waking up early?Deitch: I work on music after every show till around 420 waking up around 2pm to eat prior to sound check.Zoidis: I try to wake up early go for a jog and make a smoothie before everyone gets up. Take a nap before the show. Jesus: Don’t wake up too early. (Or just remember you can sleep on the plane.)L4LM: If you’re ever lacking energy before a show, do you have any methods for overcoming restlessness?Deitch: We stoke each other out and dab it up!Zoidis: Deep breaths and writing a set list always help with restlessness. Jesus: Prayer, Tea, Meditation & Strategic Naps. Plus you have to just think to yourself, “This is a burst of energy and adrenaline along with many different chemicals that is coming to me right now for a reason (to perform in front of an audience) and I don’t have to name that energy ‘restless’ or ‘nervous’, I can call it whatever I want like, ‘excitement or ‘power’. This feeling before a performance is an absolute necessity to the show. Also practice, yeah you should know the songs too that helps a lot. L4LM: How do you overcome the elements of nature that aren’t always in your favor?Deitch: My late grandmother controls all weather (according to my mom).Zoidis: Stay positive and focus on the music. Jesus: I have my connections. L4LM: What’s the best way to celebrate a sold-out show?Deitch: We celebrate with some high 5s and a Lil veuve cliqout.Zoidis: Listening back to it. Jesus: Play an incredible set.L4LM: How are you preparing for your next big gig, “Rage Rocks” at Colorado’s legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre with The Wailers, Manic Focus, Pete Rock, and Rahzel this June? Deitch: We are rehearsing, conversing, and dreaming of it being sold out!! New songs will be attempted!Zoidis: We’re rehearsing some new material and working on a collaboration with Pete Rock and Rahzel. Jesus: We are preparing some surprises that I can’t talk about until the show.  We are going to debut a new original Lettuce song, blessit! I wasn’t supposed to tell you that …we have more up our sleeves for you, don’t worry.  L4LM: Any additional pro-tips?Deitch: Pro tips would be to practice being a nice person, regardless of circumstances, day on and day outZoidis: Space is the place.Jesus: Uber Everywhere and Bring your own Salt. Thanks for Letting us into your lives. Peace be with you.At the end of this week, the funk phenoms will be returning Red Rocks Amphitheatre with The Wailers, Manic Focus, Pete Rock and Rahzel for a true musical celebration that could only be dubbed “Rage Rocks.” The Colorado throwdown will be popping off on June 10th, and we couldn’t be more excited. As Deitch, Zoidis, and Jesus have mentioned, the night will be filled with surprise collaborations, as well as a new original Lettuce song. May the rage be with you always! Tickets are still available here.last_img read more

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Twiddle Announces Fall Tour Dates With Kitchen Dwellers

first_imgJam group Twiddle continues to impress fans, and spent the last weekend playing great shows in support of Dweezil Zappa and The String Cheese Incident. Today, the band has announced their own headlining tour, partnering up with bluegrass group Kitchen Dwellers for some big shows across the country.The first leg of the tour runs from September 28th through October 8th, hitting venues through the middle of the country. With dates in Missouri, Colorado, Utah, Idaho and Montana, this should be a great tour for everyone in attendance!Check out the newly announced dates below, and head here for more details.Twiddle and Kitchen Dwellers Fall Tour9/28: St. Louis, MISSOURI – Old Rock House9/30: Denver, COLORADO – The Ogden Theatre10/1: Denver, COLORADO – The Ogden Theatre10/4: Durango, COLORADO – Animas City Theatre10/5: Grand Junction, COLORADO – Mesa Theater10/6: Salt Lake City, UTAH – The State Room10/7: Victor, IDAHO – Knotty Pine10/8: Bozeman, MONTANA – Eagles Ballroom10/9: Missoula, MONTANA – The Top Hat————————————————————————For fans of Twiddle and Kitchen Dwellers, be sure to catch both bands at Twiddle’s inaugural Tumble Down Festival in Burlington, VT’s Waterfront Park from July 29th-30th. Featuring Twiddle, Nahko & Medicine for the People, Turkuaz, Cabinet, Kitchen Dwellers, and special guest Holly Bowling, this is one festival you won’t want to miss! Tickets and more are available via the band’s website.[Cover photo via Dave DeCrescente]last_img read more

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Watch Tedeschi Trucks Cover The Allman Brothers With Members Of Los Lobos

first_imgThe soulful musical train of Tedeschi Trucks Band keep chugging along on their “Wheels of Soul” tour, as they stopped at the Wolf Trap in Vienna, VA for an extended headlining set.Opening with their euphoric cover of Derek & The Dominos “Keep on Growing”, the band then went into a trio of originals, giving “Made Up Mind”, “Laugh About It”, and “It’s So Heavy” room to breathe early in the first set. Up next was an incredible cover of The Beatles‘ “Within You Without You”, with Derek Trucks imitating the famous sitar part on with his unique prowess on the slide guitar. The beautiful cover moved swiftly into their original “Just as Strange”, and you can watch a video of the two songs below, courtesy of YouTube user Tom Libera.“Within You Without You” > “Just As Strange”After this exciting run, the band turned it up to 11 by inviting David Hidalgo and Steve Berlin of opening act Los Lobos to the stage. Hidalgo has a long history of playing with Derek and Susan, and he has been a regular guest of TTB over the past few years. Fans at the Wolf Trap were in for a treat, as the Los Lobos men came on stage to lead the band through a rockin’ cover of The Allman Brothers classic “Don’t Keep Me Wondering”.Check out video from this great collaboration, streaming below.“Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’” with David Hidalgo & Steve Berlin of Los Lobos.The band was on fire tonight, clearly having fun on stage. They ran through a bevy of covers by George Jones, ZZ Top, and Joe Cocker to conclude the show, and left the audience begging for more even after a three song encore. See below for full setlist details from this awesome show from Tedeschi Trucks Band!Edit this setlist | More Tedeschi Trucks Band setlistslast_img read more

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Why Phish’s “Musical Costume” Tradition Is So Important To The Band’s Legacy

first_imgLoad remaining images Phish is a band that I adore. They are an incredible musical unit that pushes the boundaries of modern rock, weaving between genres and styles while delivering a product that is 100% unique. Not every show is a “perfect” show, but for the most part, the band’s exciting live output beats expectations around every turn, constantly delivering new improvisation and pushing the boundaries of what a rock band can be.However, while Phish have continued to impress their large and dedicated fanbase for the majority of their 33-year career, they have operated almost entirely outside of the mainstream. They haven’t spent much time on a major label, they’ve spent way more energy on their live performances then their recorded output, they have insisted on being weird and unique, and they have not let the music industry influence their career choices. It’s been an ambitious DIY effort that have certainly made them feel like outsiders, no matter how influential they may have been to the industry around them. And their fans revel in it.With this outsider attitude in mind, nothing in rock ‘n’ roll compares to Phish’s Halloween tradition of re-creating a beloved classic rock album. As the band spends the majority of their time focusing on improvisation and avoiding the obvious, these tribute sets complete the circle for the band, delivering the most unique and amazing concert experience that, in my humble opinion, cements their legacy as one of the greatest rock bands of all time.Starting in 1994, Phish have performed nine “musical costumes” on Halloween. While two of them–2013’s Wingsuit set and 2014’s The Chilling, Thrilling Sounds of the Haunted House–were made up of original music, the other seven have focused on classic albums from the 1960s and 1970s, the peak era of rock ‘n’ roll. Starting with The Beatles‘ self-titled record known as “The White Album” in 1994, the band performed Quadrophenia by The Who in 1995, Remain In Light by The Talking Heads in 1996, Loaded by The Velvet Underground in 1998 (and a bonus The Dark Side Of The Moon by Pink Floyd just two nights later), Exile on Main Street by The Rolling Stones in 2009, Waiting For Columbus by Little Feat in 2010, and The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars by David Bowie in 2016. It’s an impressive list of albums for sure, but what made these shows special was the level of hard work and dedication that went into making it a special experience.Phish didn’t just learn the songs. They became those bands. They learned about the band members and what motivated them to write those songs and why they made the musical choices they made. There’s a reason why they call it a “musical costume” and not a “cover.” This dedication plays a huge role in many people’s love of the band.I was 15 years old when I discovered Phish. It was 2002, and the band were currently in the middle of their hiatus. When I learned about the Halloween musical costumes (only four had been performed at that point), it blew my young mind away. When I got my hands on copies of the LivePhish albums that had been released of the already-existing costume sets, it sealed my absolute love for the band. Sure, I had been exposed to live recordings, particularly A Live One and Hampton Comes Alive, but nothing prepared me for the sheer perfection of their performances as The Beatles and The Who, two of my absolute favorite bands. Their Remain in Light set turned me on to the Talking Heads, and I remain a huge fan to this day, all thanks to Phish.When Phish broke up in 2004, I had only been to two shows (three if you count their surreal performance on the marquee of the Ed Sullivan Theater) and thought my dream of seeing a Halloween musical costume had simply faded away. I listened to Phish a lot over the next five years, and when they announced their 2009 comeback shows in Hampton, VA, I made sure to be there, and then I made sure to be at as many shows as I could after that magical weekend. When they announced their 2009 Halloween music festival, Festival 8, it was not even a question that I would go.My experience at Festival 8 was excellent all around, but the memory that of course sticks out the most was the band’s incredible musical costume of Exile On Main Street. Augmented by Sharon Jones on vocals and a few horns from The Dap Kings, the band turned in a powerhouse performance that still rocks me to my core. What impressed me most wasn’t even the music, but the emotional vocal performances by all four members of the band. Phish aren’t known for their vocals by any means, but on this night I witnessed them sing in a way I didn’t know they could. Songs like “Shine a Light” and “Torn and Frayed” stand out as absolute highlights, seeming to fit into Phish’s narrative of success, addiction, death, and re-birth with perfection.I have now been to five Halloween shows; something that, to this day, I cannot believe. While two of them contained the aforementioned Wingsuit and Chilling, Thrilling sets, three of them have contained note-perfect musical costumes that have left me with my jaw on the ground. Sure, I love seeing the band deliver night after night of exciting improvisation, but there is something completely magical about watching them re-create a beloved classic rock album. Each record they cover seems to have a different thematic purpose. Some of the albums are self-serving, like Waiting For Columbus, some of them are meant to introduce fans to music they love, like Remain In Light, and some of them are pure fan service, as we saw in Las Vegas for Ziggy Stardust. The reason seems not to matter, as each and every time, Phish has delivered a landmark set of music that informed them as a musical unit and has influenced them moving forward.The world of music seems to notice too. At this year’s Ziggy Stardust set in Las Vegas, I sat directly next to Ed O’Brien from Radiohead, and shockingly watched him and his children play with glow sticks and get lost in the flow of a Phish show, all because they wanted to see the band’s musical David Bowie costume. I also watched John Mayer absolutely rage the front rail while wearing a unicorn onesie, as he came specifically to see Phish’s epic Halloween set. With a six-piece string section and three backup vocalists augmenting the band’s sound, we all witnessed a surreal performance of one of the best albums of all time. They were there because Phish’s Halloween musical costumes have become can’t-miss shows in the live music scene. The secret is out, and that’s fine with me.Phish’s career may be defined by improvisation and experimentation, but the musical costumes, in my opinion, complete their circle. By performing a set of music that is handled with such precision, such dedication, and such a clear love for the music, the band takes a time out from their own egos and connects their off-center history to that of the mainstream of classic rock. For one night, Phish allows themselves to be part of the larger spectrum of rock music, and by doing so, they connect their fans to the greater spectrum of rock ‘n’ roll fans.For one night only on Halloween, Phish isn’t a jam band. They are the ultimate champions of rock ‘n’ roll.[Photos by Dave DeCrescente Photography]last_img read more

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Members of The Dead & String Cheese Incident Will Fly Two Fans To Mexico (All-Inclusive)!

first_imgOn January 25-28, Los Muertos con Queso will make its grand debut at the Barcelo Maya Resort in Riviera Maya, Mexico with an outstanding, jam-centric lineup. The unique destination event will feature six sets of Bill Kreutzmann & Bob Weir with Dave Schools, Jeff Chimenti and Tom Hamilton, six sets of the String Cheese Incident, one set of the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, and more TBA.We’re so excited about this beachfront musical experience that we’re giving you and a friend the chance to attend for free, with all travel expenses paid! One lucky winner will receive:-4 All-Inclusive Nights at the Barcelo Maya (check-in Wed 1/25 & check-out Sun 1/29)-Admission for Two (2) into the venue each night-Round-Trip Coach Flights for Two (2) (up to $1,000 total)-Airport Transportation to Hotel-Two (2) Exclusive Los Muertos con Queso Official Merchandise GiftsEnter below, then follow the instructions for sharing to increase your chances of winning. ¡Buena suerte!last_img read more

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Brandon “Taz” Niederauer Plays First Headlining Show In NYC, Macy Gray Shows Up [Photos/Videos]

first_imgLast night, thirteen-year-old Brandon “Taz” Niederauer played his first solo headlining show in New York City at The Iridium in Manhattan. Of course, we’ve seen him share stages with all the masters before, from Buddy Guy, Gregg Allman, and Warren Haynes, to joining Dumpstaphunk, Lettuce, and Umphrey’s McGee nationwide. Yet somehow the Broadway School of Rock star has time to work on his own career, as was exemplified last night in full force.The band he put together included Matt Fox on bass, Matt Godfrey on guitar, Kendall Lentz on drums, Jamey Zebrack on keys, and Serena Fortier on vocals beside the young guitarist/vocalist. The group sold out the venue, expectedly, playing some great covers of “Sneakin’ Sally Through the Alley”, “Sky Is Crying”, “Whipping Post”, as well as some originals. As if the evening wasn’t already special, Macy Gray showed up for a sensational performance of “Winter Wonderland”. Matisyahu and his family were also in the house, though did not join the musicians on stage.Thanks to Capacity Images for the gallery below, and to Scott Gibson for capturing the magic in this series of YouTube videos:Winter Wonderland with Macy GreyWhipping PostVoodoo ChildTake Me To The RiverI Don’t Need No DoctorHow Long Do I Have To Wait, dedicated to Sharon JonesLions On The MoonSky Is CryingTruthLiving For The CityDon’t Do ItSneakin’ Sally Through The AlleyUse MeEuropaBlueswaveYield Not To TemptationA full gallery and setlist can be seen below.Setlist: Brandon Niederauer Band | The Iridium | New York, NY | 12/8/16Set One: Europa > Stratus, Blueswave, Fortunate One, Sneaking Sally Through The Alley, Use Me, Livin’ For The City, Baby Don’t Do It, TruthSet Two: The Sky Is Crying, Hammerhead, How Long Do I Have To Wait, Lions, I Don’t Need No Doctor, Voodoo Child, Take Me To The River, Whipping Post, Yield Not To TemptationEncore: Winter Wonderland Load remaining imageslast_img read more

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