Colorado jam stalwarts String Cheese Incident closed out a two-night stand at Red Rocks last night, where they welcomed special guest Anders Osborne for an “After Midnight” > “Outside and Inside” first encore. Watch pro-shot footage of the segment:
Up at The Gorge, Phish ended their first set with their own take on “After Midnight.” Here’s a clip from YouTube:
Finally, John Mayer took a moment out of his show at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Irvine, CA to acknowledge Cale’s passing before covering “Call Me The Breeze.” Take a look at fan-shot footage of the cover:
UPDATE -7/28 1 p.m. PT: Warren Haynes and Gov’t Mule also paid tribute to J.J. Cale with an “After Midnight” encore at Gathering of the Vibes. Mule was joined by George Porter Jr., Bill Evans and John Scofield for the fantastic cover. Thanks to Z-Man for this audience recording:
Pioneering jamgrass act Leftover Salmon has confirmed a batch of dates in support of their new album, ‘Something Higher.’
Guitarist Dickey Betts will make his return to the stage for the first time in nearly four years in the Allman Brothers Band’s hometown of Macon, Georgia.
This summer, Slightly Stoopid will team with Stick Figure and Pepper for a cross-country tour.
Listen to a compilation featuring the stories Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio told over the course of his recently completed nine-show solo acoustic tour.
English rockers Radiohead will spend July on tour in America and Canada.
The initial lineup for the inaugural Camp Greensky has been revealed by Greensky Bluegrass.