Tonight (Wednesday, July 19) Brooklyn Bowl in New York City will host a tribute to the music of Little Feat dubbed Brooklyn Loves Little Feat. If you can’t make it to Brooklyn Bowl for Brooklyn Loves Little Feat in person, there’s an option to watch from home or wherever you have an internet connection.
This evening’s concert comes in honor of Little Feat recording their beloved live album Waiting For Columbus 40 years ago. Brooklyn Loves Little Feat will feature a house band of Tony Leone and Jeff Hill of the Chris Robinson Brotherhood along with Sean Walsh and Jon Ladeau of The National Reserve and Arc Iris’s Zach Tenorio Miller. Special guests will include Brian Mitchell (Levon Helm Band), Tash Neal (The London Souls), Neal Casal (Chris Robinson Brotherhood), Michael Hess, Wyndham Garnett, Osei Essed (The Woes), Jesse Lauter, Connor Kennedy, Alana Amram and Chris St. Hilaire (The London Souls).
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