Latest Spafford Articles
Spafford fit a debut cover of Men At Work’s “Who Can It Be Now?” into their Thursday night show at Antone’s in Austin.
- Spafford Busts Out Phish, Grateful Dead, Oasis & Sly Stone Covers And Originals On New Year's Eve In San Francisco
Spafford’s New Year’s Eve concert at Great American Music Hall in San Francisco with filled with rare covers and originals, including Phish’s “Wolfman’s Brother” and the band’s own “Runaway.”
Spafford, who will play the High Sierra Music Festival in 2020, released a 47-minute off-the-cuff new track dubbed the ‘Chapel Jam’ recorded in early 2017 after a canceled show in Rochester.
Spafford released a pair of ‘A Flight Of Fall’ live audio compilations including one filled with improvisational highlights from fall tour and another featuring guest appearances that took place during the run.
Spafford will embark on a cross-country winter tour to start 2020.
Spafford hit their hometown for Halloween at The Van Buren in Phoenix, where they debuted some choice covers and welcomed a number of guests to mark the occasion.
Latest Spafford Setlist
Spafford at 1904 Music Hall
- Slip and Squander
- The Reprise
- Home (One Place I'll Never Be)
- On Fire
- The Man
- Salamander Song
- West L.A. Fadeaway
- The Postman
- Alternate Ending
- Fire on the Bayou
- Mad World
- Tears for Fears
Spafford is an eclectic blend of driving rock, funk, dance and light. The result is something like Electro-Funk Therapy. Melting through genres while creating an illuminated mind-and mood altering experience night after night, Spafford is lighting up the southwest with their improvisational prowess. Phasing through varying vocal and instrumental melodies with enough groove to keep the dance floor jumping, Spafford is paving the way for something new yet familiar that beckons to be seen, heard and felt.
Little Feat began an event featuring what might turn out to be their final shows with help from The Midnight Ramble Band, Scott Sharrard and Conor Kennedy.
Wilco & Trampled By Turtles are teaming up for three concerts this September.
Trey Anastasio acknowledged his return to the site of an all-time great Phish show when he teased “Tweezer” and talked about the first “Tweezerfest” at The Bomb Factory in Dallas on Sunday as part of a show that also included a cover that hadn’t been played in nearly five years.
JamBase’s Scott Bernstein caught Goose in concert for the first time on Saturday during their sold-out debut at Brooklyn’s Music Hall Of Williamsburg, where the band fit a debut cover of a Moody Blues classic into the action.
Widespread Panic fit rarities into their penultimate concert of Panic En La Playa 2020 in Mexico on Sunday night.