The 2017 Music & Art Immersion is currently underway featuring members of The String Cheese Incident, Greensky Bluegrass, Railroad Earth, Everyone Orchestra and others performing in various intimate settings in Venice, Italy. A collective of participants turned in a stunning rendition of “Morning Dew” during church performance held yesterday afternoon.
Vocalist Nicki Bluhm, guitarists Ross James and Scott Law, Greensky Bluegrass mandolin player Paul Hoffman and The String Cheese Incident bassist Keith Moseley came together to perform an acoustic version of Bonnie Dobson’s “Morning Dew.” Hoffman’s GSBG band mate Anders Beck hen added dobro and Railroad Earth’s Tim Carbone emerged for take on Norman Hutchinson’s “Jesus On The Mainline.”
Video of the gorgeous arrangement of the Grateful Dead live staple, as well as the subsequent “Jesus On The Mainline” captured by Adam Eaton can be viewed below:
Moseley’s SCI band mate, guitarist Bill Nershi and his vocalist wife Jilian Nershi joined the collective on the traditional “Will The Circle Be Unbroken.” Watch Adam Eaton’s footage below:
Here’s Bluhm leading an a cappella version of “Amazing Grace” from the same event:
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