Full Show Audio: Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe Brings ‘Eat A Bunch Of Peaches’ To Atlanta


Veteran jam act Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe began their spring tour on Wednesday night at the Buckhead Theater in Atlanta. The band presented their “Eat A Bunch Of Peaches” tribute to the Allman Brothers Band at the Buckhead, where they mixed ABB classics with originals. An audience recording of the concert has surfaced and can be streamed below.

Denson & Co. kicked off the show with “One Way Out.” The band was joined by a handful of guests including Galactic drummer Stanton Moore, who shined on “One Way Out.” Denson handled vocals on the song originally recorded by Sonny Boy Williamson II and Elmore James but best known for the Allmans’ versions. KDTU then played their own “How Fine Is That” before tackling “Trouble No More” and “Stand Back” from the ABB live repertoire.

One of the highlights of the set came a bit later, when the group stretched out “Dreams” featuring a stunning solo from Denson. Another standout moment of the performance was the instrumental “In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed” in which Stanton Moore and Zak Najor made the most of their double drum setup. Guitarists Seth Freeman and D.J. Williams also shined as did keyboardist Kenneth Crouch. Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe brought their set to a close with a run of “Melissa,” “Whipping Post” and “Jessica” before they ended the night with a “The Clap” encore.

Listen to an audience recording taped by Jeff Mitchell:


Set: One Way Out, How Fine Is That, Trouble No More, Stand Back, Change My Way, I’m Your Biggest Fan, Dreams, Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More, Sunshine Superman, No One To Run With, In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed, Melissa, Whipping Post, Jessica

Encore: The Clap

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