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The latest installment of the ’20 For 20′ series in celebration of JamBase’s 20th anniversary looks at 20 standout farewell concerts from the past two decades.
Release Day Picks this week highlights new albums by The Highwomen, Iggy Pop, Tinariwen, The Wood Brothers, Miles Davis and The Allman Brothers Band.
Dead & Company tacked on a pair of concerts at Nassau Coliseum to their upcoming Fall Tour 2019.
Check out the lyric video for “Midnight Rider” from Gregg Allman’s posthumously released, deluxe edition of his 1973 debut solo album ‘Laid Back.’
Watch Dead & Company perform with saxophonist Branford Marsalis at the Lockn’ festival on this date in 2018.
Watch the Grateful Dead perform bust outs throughout the 1980s at Hampton Coliseum.
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Latest Oteil Burbridge Setlist
Oteil Burbridge at Infinity Downs Farm
- Run for the Roses
- Butter Biscuit
- Too Many Times
- Cats Under the Stars
- Water in the Desert
- Weather Report Suite
- Let It Grow
- How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)
- 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.
Suwannee Hulaween organizers confirmed the full 2019 lineup for the event.
Wilco, who added runs in St. Paul and Chicago to their fall tour, takes fans inside their legendary loft and around Chicago in the video for ‘Ode To Joy’ track “Everyone Hides”
Ween returns to the Northeast for a pair of December 2019 tour dates.
After opening act Gang Of Youths canceled due to illness, Mumford & Sons donned costumes and performed a set of covers as “The Sun Never Sets On The Cool Kids” on Monday at Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix.
John Mayer covered the Grateful Dead with his Dead & Company band mate Bob Weir and Sammy Hagar last night in San Francisco.