Latest Oteil Burbridge Articles
Early, out-of-print recordings from Duane and Gregg Allman are on the way.
Celebrate the 48th anniversary of The Allman Brothers Band’s ‘Eat A Peach’ with videos of the group performing each song from the double LP throughout the years.
Oteil Burbridge revealed the Oteil & Friends lineup for a pair of Jazz Fest After Dark concerts at The Joy Theater in New Orleans this April.
Dead & Company announced their 2020 summer tour.
Bassist Oteil Burbridge revealed the lineups and dates for an upcoming Oteil & Friends tour.
Listen to the Summer 2000 version of The Allman Brothers Band playing a 34-minute “Mountain Jam.”
Latest Oteil Burbridge Setlist
Oteil Burbridge at Mission Ballroom
- Water in the Desert
- Midnight Moonlight
- Let It Rock
- Mississippi Moon
- Run for the Roses
- That's What Love Will Make You Do
- How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)
- Many Rivers to Cross
- Drums >
- The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)
- Hot 'Lanta
- Unconditional Love
- The Maker
- Piece of My Heart
About Oteil Burbridge
A bass master of jam band-style funk, rock, blues, jazz, and everything in between. Burbridge first emerged as a founding member of Aquarium Rescue Unit, a group that recorded their first album in the early ’90s. In 1997, he replaced bassist Allen Woody in the Allman Brothers Band. Burbridge has also contributed to recordings by Gregg Allman, Victor Wooten, Trey Anastasio and Jon Fishman of Phish, T. Lavitz of the Dixie Dregs, Soulive and drummer Steve Smith to name a few.
Neil Young & Crazy Horse will embark on the BARN tour of vintage arenas in North America.
Phish released pro-shot video of a top-shelf “Free” from night one of their Mexico run and “Weekapaug Groove” into “Shafty” to close out night two.
Joe Russo’s Almost Dead dusted off a The Band cover and unveiled a Robbie Robertson tune during the second night of their Capitol Theatre run.
Phish presented a setlist filled with rarities and classics on their jam-filled third night of Phish Riviera Maya Mexico 2020.
Tedeschi Trucks Band busted out a Cowboy cover during their acoustic set at the Warner Theatre in Washington D.C.