Warren Haynes & Grace Potter Collaborations

Organizers of The Peach Music Festival recently announced a handful of additions to the 2019 lineup that included a collaborative set from Warren Haynes and Grace Potter. This week’s Sunday Cinema takes a look at five past collaborations between the musicians.

Tush (May 4, 2012) Captured by rajrae6

Captured at the House Of Blues in New Orleans during Jazz Fest 2012, this live take on ZZ Top’s “Tush” saw Haynes joining Grace Potter & the Nocturnals for the encore. Haynes laid down some tasty slide work in the extended intro alongside Potter’s high-energy stage presence.

Whipping Post (September 8, 2012) Captured by LazyLightning55a

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This star-studded live version of The Allman Brothers Band classic “Whipping Post” from The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York features Hayes, Potter, Trey Anastasio, Bob Weir, The Roots and legendary late saxophonist Bobby Keys. The highlight of the video? Potter rocking out with her guitar alongside The Roots’ tuba player, Damon “Tuba Gooding Jr.” Bryson.

Gold Dust Woman (June 4, 2010) Posted by Mountain Jam Festival

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During their set at Mountain Jam VI in 2010 at Hunter Mountain in Hunter, New York, Haynes and Gov’t Mule welcomed Potter for a live rendition of Fleetwood Mac’s “Gold Dust Woman.” Potter channeled Stevie Nicks as she handled lead vocals on the cover. Haynes later recorded a version of the song with Potter on his 2015 album, Ashes & Dust.

Gimme Shelter (November 17, 2012) Posted by Rick Randall

Grace Potter & The Nocturnals performed at New York City’s historic The Beacon Theatre in the fall of 2012. That night she and the band teamed with Haynes for a cover of The Rolling Stones’ ‘60s anthem “Gimme Shelter,” a song that requires some pipes, which Potter has plenty of.

Dear Prudence (September 5, 2013) Captured by kitchy

Gov’t Mule took the stage at Lockn’ in 2013, where they brought out Potter for a rendition of The Beatles’ “Dear Prudence.” For this festival collaboration, Haynes and Potter traded verses on the classic White Album cut (video starts at around 3:20).

Warren Haynes and Grace Potter will perform a collaborative set at the 2019 Peach Music Festival being held at Montage Mountain in Scranton, Pennsylvania July 25 – 28 alongside other acts including Phil Lesh & Friends, Trey Anastasio Band, The String Cheese Incident, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, moe., Greensky Bluegrass, Lotus and more. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased via The Peach Music Festival website.

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