4K HD Videos & Soundboard Audio From Vulfpeck’s Brooklyn Bowl Opener Surface

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On Thursday night Michigan fun act Vulfpeck continued a four-night run in New York City with their first of three sold-out shows at Brooklyn Bowl. The band switched it up a bit from Wednesday’s fantastic SummerStage performance, but did feature a few of the same guests including legendary drummer Bernard Purdie, up-and-coming ace guitarist Cory Wong and Brooklyn percussionist Richie Rodriguez. A series of 4K, high-definition of some of the evening’s highlights have been shared by videographer LazyLightning55, while taper Eric McRoberts has uploaded a soundboard matrix recording of the entire show.

Watch below as “Pretty” Purdie performs covers of “Something” (The Beatles) and “Kid Charlemagne” (Steely Dan) with Vulfpeck as well as a clip of the original “Fugue State” and vocalist Antwaun Stanley leading the group on Stevie Wonder’s “Boogie On Reggae Woman” and then listen to the whole gig:

LazyLightning55’s 4K HD Videos

[Something w/ Bernard Purdie]

[Kid Charlemagne w/ Bernard Purdie]

[Fugue State]

[Boogie On Reggae Woman w/ Antwaun Stanley]

Eric McRoberts’ SBD Matrix Recording

Vulfpeck returns to Brooklyn Bowl for Round Two tonight. If you can’t make it in person, there’s an option to watch from home or wherever you have an internet connection via nugs.tv.

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