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Joe Russo’s Almost Dead ended their Saturday night late night performance at Bonnaroo with Dr. John’s “Such A Night.”
The latest official recording shared by Joe Russo’s Almost Dead features the band’s April 27, 2019 concert in New Orleans.
Preview Ween’s upcoming set at Riot Fest by listening to the band perform ‘The Mollusk’ in its entirety during a 2017 concert in Oregon.
Joe Russo’s Almost Dead’s upcoming concerts in Eugene, Oregon on Friday night and Redmond, Washington on Saturday night will be featured in nugs.tv live streams.
Ween, The Raconteurs and The Flaming Lips are among the acts on the 2019 Riot Fest lineup.
Stream a Spotify Playlist of jam-heavy Joe Russo’s Almost Dead live recordings.
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About Dave Dreiwitz
Crescent Moon is the latest brain child of WEEN bassist Dave Dreiwitz. It is a hard rocking duo of bass and drums, exploring sounds of the past and the future. Crescent Moon will feature different drummers including TOMATO from the Sound of Urchin, CLAUDE COLEMAN from Ween, JOE RUSSO of The Duo and ERIC SLICK (Adrian Belew). Formed early 2006, Crescent Moon had a successful West Coast summer tour featuring TOMATO on drums. Crescent Moon performs original music by Dreiwitz as well as some rock classics and a few tunes from Dreiwitz’S previous bass and drum duo and Chocodog Recording Artist INSTANT DEATH.
Listen to North Mississippi Allstars’ cover of The Staples Singers’ “What You Gonna Do?” featuring Mavis Staples from their upcoming album ‘Up And Rolling.’
Guitarist Anders Osborne tacked on a handful of dates to his 2019 Tour and will play three Bob Dylan tribute concerts with Joan Osborne & Jackie Greene.
Check out the setlist, a recap and The Skinny for Phish’s opening night of their Summer Tour 2019 two-show run in Bangor, Maine.
The late Jeff Austin has been honored with tributes and remembrances from across the music world.
The Rolling Stones played seven songs at their second of two concerts at Soldier Field in Chicago that didn’t make the setlist on night one, including the long-lost “Monkey Man.”