Images by: Meredith Kleiber
Bela Fleck And The Flecktones :: 6.3.16 :: Keswick Theatre :: Glenside, PA
The newly reunited Bela Fleck and the Flecktones brought their reunion tour to the Keswick Theatre in Glenside, Pennsylvania Friday night. Performing together after recently ending a hiatus initiated in 2012, the band’s original lineup – banjo master Bela Fleck, bassist Victor Wooten, percussionist Futureman and pianist/harmonica player Howard Levy – drew from material from throughout their career. Newer songs such as “Gravity Lane,” “Prickly Pear,” and “Sweet Pomegranates” from the 2011 LP ‘Rocket Science’ were mixed with longtime favorites like “Sex In A Pan,” “Sunset Road,” “True North,” the main set closing “Stomping Grounds” and the encore “The Sinister Minister.”
Photographer Meredith Kleiber was in Glenside last night to capture the quartet in action. View her gallery below, followed by audience-shot videos and the reported setlist from Friday’s concert.
Béla Fleck and the Flecktones at Keswick Theatre
- Gravity Lane
- Sex in a Pan
- Life in Eleven
- Sunset Road
- The Longing
- Prickly Pear
- Sweet Pomegranates
- True North
- Hole in the Wall
- Flight of the Cosmic Hippo
- Stomping Grounds
- The Sinister Minister
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