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Supergroup Secret Stash featuring members of moe., Dave Matthews Band, Guster, O.A.R. and more covered The Rolling Stones, Talking Heads, Fleetwood Mac, DMB, Guster, O.A.R., The Beatles, Nirvana and others on Saturday night during a benefit concert in Stowe, Vermont.
moe. guitarist Chuck Garvey talks “The Art Of The Setlist” after a Jam Cruise 18-centric “The Rundown” on Episode 54 of ‘The JamBase Podcast.’
moe. made lemonade out of lemons as they performed in Jam Cruise 18’s intimate atrium after winds forced the cancellation of their Pool Deck set on Friday night.
moe. offered up a Roaring ’20s themed New Year’s Eve show at the Stanley Theatre in Utica, New York that saw the band dressing the part and included songs from the decadent decade.
Summer Camp Music Festival’s initial 2020 lineup includes moe., Umphrey’s McGee, Ween, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead and dozens more.
moe. included highlights from their 2019 concerts on ‘Wicked Awesome Volume 2,’ a compilation available for free.
About Al Schnier
Al Schnier (born January 9, 1968) is a musician most noted for being one of two guitarists for the American jam band moe.
Schnier was born on January 9, 1968 in Utica, New York. He attended New Hartford Central High School in Oneida County, New York before going to college at State University of New York at Oneonta (SUNY) in 1990. He graduated from SUNY with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Arts.
He currently lives in the suburbs of Utica with his wife, Diane, and his two children.
The Tedeschi Trucks Band started their second night at Washington D.C.’s Warner Theatre with a tribute to Kofi Burbridge, who died one year earlier, on Saturday night.
Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds welcomed Amos Lee and I’m With Her in Mexico.
Umphrey’s McGee wrapped up their three-night run at the ExploreAsheville.com Arena in Asheville, North Carolina where they welcomed Billy Strings and Empire Strikes Brass Horns.
Oysterhead closed out their two-night opening run at the 1st Bank Center in Broomfield, Colorado with a Primus tune, a Phish song and a Cream cover.
Check out the Oysterhead setlist, plus a review, audio and video from their show last night in Denver.