Bonerama :: 06.21.08 :: Sullivan Hall :: New York, NY
The last time Bonerama played New York City they were contacted by jazz legend Roswell Rudd, who was interested in meeting them. They hit it off and a few months later Rudd wrote a song for the band and flew down to New Orleans to record it with them. The song, “Bone Again,” will appear on Roswell’s forthcoming new CD. For the tour finale, the band asked the NYC resident to sit in with them at Sullivan Hall. They performed “Bone Again” and the Count Basie standard “Lil’ Darlin” midway through the first set, and it was obvious to all in attendance that the musical energy was flowing onstage. The second set was just as impressive and included two Fats Domino staples, “I’m Walkin” and “When My Dreamboat Comes Home,” that had everyone in the room in full second line mode.
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