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- Jennifer Hartswick Guests With Melvin Seals & JGB And Star Kitchen In Port Chester: Full Show Pro-Shot Video
Melvin Seals & JGB and Star Kitchen were both joined by Jennifer Hartswick for portions of their performances at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York on Saturday night.
A free webcast of Saturday’s Melvin Seals & JGB with special guest Jennifer Hartswick and Star Kitchen at The Capitol Theatre is available.
The String Cheese Incident welcomed Tony Hall and Jerry Garcia Band keyboardist Melvin Seals at their finale at the Montbleu Resort Casino & Spa.
Listen to Melvin Seals make his atrium debut aboard Jam Cruise 17 with a band featuring Steve Kimock, Jennifer Hartswick, Mike Dillon and more.
Listen to full show audio of Oteil & Friends New Year’s Eve gig at Brooklyn Bowl that featured a sit-in from Brandon “Taz” Niederauer.
Gov’t Mule opened up their 2018 New Year’s run with a guest-filled show at the Tower Theater in Philadelphia.
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Latest Melvin Seals Setlist
Melvin Seals at Blind Tiger
- opening jam
- Wonderful World
- Tough Mama
- Ain't No Use
- Let The Good Times Roll
- Cumberland Blues
- Reuben & Chrise
- Eyes of the World
- Brothers and Sisters
About Melvin Seals
Melvin Seals has established a reputation as a recording artist, producer and record company executive in the field of gospel music. He first took up piano at the age of 8 and his first public performances were playing gospel music in church; his first band, “Gideon & Power,” was a local San Fransicso group. He has gone on to perform/record with Elvin Bishop, Charlie Daniels, Chuck Berry-and for 15 years with Jerry Garcia. He was the featured organist in such broadway hits as “Evolution of the Blues” with John Hendricks, ACT’s production of “American More Or Less,” the Joyce Carroll Thomas play “A Song In the Sky,” and the hit “Don’t Bother Me, I Can’t Cope”. Melvin formed JGB one year after Jerry Garcia’s death on August 8, 1995 and was originally joined by Gloria Jones and Jackie Labranch, who had been Garcia’s background singers. He toured steadily from late 1996 through 1997 and then released a live CD with JGB, “Welcome To Our World,” in February of 1998. Continuing a tradition of great song writing, Melvin Seals Melting Pot thrusts Melvin Seals into the next millenium with his first solo CD.
The world’s first cannabis-friendly venue, Dean Ween’s Honeypot Lounge, will open on April 6 in Denver.
Davide Di Renzo will replace Joel Stouffer as the drummer for theNEWDEAL, who shared a new 16-minute studio jam “Halo Drive.”
Bob Weir & Wolf Bros recognized the city they were in by covering Johnny Cash’s “Big River” in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Listen to “Change,” one of 11 songs written and produced by Ben Harper for Mavis Staples’ upcoming new album, ‘We Get By.’
Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino, Twenty One Pilots and The Strokes will headline the 2019 Lollapalooza music festival at Chicago’s Grant Park on August 1 – 4.