On Halloween night, Dead & Company/Allman Brothers Band/ARU bassist Oteil Burbridge brought his Oteil & Friends on the road for the debut performance of the project’s first ever tour. The tour was supposed to end at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City on November 9, but the show was postponed. Details of the new date and lineup have just been revealed.
Oteil had to postpone the New York City date, when Dead & Company were added to a Band Together Bay Area benefit concert at AT&T Park in San Francisco on the same night. Burbridge will now bring Oteil & Friends to LPR on January 15, 2018. While guitarist Eric Krasno is unavailable, Oteil recruited Scott Metzger to perform with the group for the night. John Kadlecik, Melvin Seals, Jay Lane, Weedie Braimah and Alfreda Gerald are also aboard.
Promoter CEG Presents states, “All tickets will be honored for the rescheduled show. If you cannot make the new date, you will be entitled to a refund as long as you request a refund by the end of the month.”
Watch Burbridge and Metzger team on “Shakedown Street” as part of JRAD’s show at Brooklyn Bowl on March 16, 2017 as captured by LazyLightning55:
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