Latest Oteil Burbridge Articles
Listen to the Summer 2000 version of The Allman Brothers Band playing a 34-minute “Mountain Jam.”
Dead & Company focused on Jerry songs over the course of Sunday’s matinee at Playing In The Sand in Mexico.
Dead & Company resumed their three-night Playing In The Sand 2020 run at the Moon Palace in Cancun, Mexico, which included a monster second set.
Dead & Company focused on songs from the 1970s during their first Playing In The Sand show of 2020 in Mexico on Thursday night.
The Allman Brothers Band’s forthcoming ‘Trouble No More: 50th Anniversary Collection’ includes 61 tracks representing all 13 lineups from the group’s 45-year career.
Dead & Company teamed with nugs.tv to provide live streams of their Playing In The Sand 2020 destination event in Mexico.
Latest Oteil Burbridge Setlist
Oteil Burbridge at Capitol Theatre
- How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)
- Expressway to Your Heart
- The Way You Do the Things You Do
- Shakedown Street
- Mystery Train
- Simple Twist of Fate
- Eyes of the World
- Dancing in the Street
- Stop That Train
- Money Honey
- Tore Up Over You
- Scarlet Begonias
- Positively 4th Street
- Waiting for a Miracle
- My Sisters and Brothers
- Rubin and Cherise
- Shining Star
- The Manhattans
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.
Phish Summer Tour 2020 has been confirmed.
Circles Around The Sun will head to the Northeast for a week of 2020 tour dates in February and March.
Legendary singer-songwriter James Taylor will soon release a new album, ‘American Standard’ and tour in support of it with Jackson Browne.
The St. Louis Cardinals will once again host a Grateful Dead Night at Busch Stadium in 2020.
Pink Floyd bassist Roger Waters will embark on the This Is Not A Drill North American Tour in 2020.