Images by: Lisa Keel
The New Stew :: 5.12.16 :: Center Stage :: Atlanta
All-star collective The New Stew concluded their first-ever tour last night at Center Stage in Atlanta. New Stew have been performing the iconic live album Bill Withers – Live At Carnegie Hall in its entirety to rave reviews at each stop including powerful takes on such memorable hits as “Grandma’s Hands,” “Lean On Me,” “Ain’t No Sunshine” and “Use Me.” The new band features Corey Glover, Roosevelt Collier, Yonrico Scott, Dave Yoke, Jared Stone and Matt Slocum. Photographer Lisa Keel was on hand in Atlanta on Thursday night and captured images which can be viewed below as well as video highlights from the run:
Videos From The New Stew’s First-Ever Tour
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