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Celebrate JamBase’s 20th anniversary with a look back at 20 standout albums from jam acts from each of the past 20 years.
Watch a video and check out a gallery showing off the JamBase Artist Lounge Soundcheck Parties at stops on The Word’s recent Fall Tour.
The Word just wrapped their most extensive tour since 2002, we checked in with keyboardist John Medeski about the supergroup and what lies ahead.
Check out photos from the tour finale, video of Amy Helm & Handsome Strangers’ “Atlantic City” featuring members of The Word and audio of The Word’s tour-closing Rolling Stones cover.
Members of The Word share photos from the supergroup’s visit to The Windy City as well as their time on the bus.
The five-piece supergroup brought their most extensive tour since 2002 to Boulder on Friday night.
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Latest The Word Setlist
The Word at Paradise Rock Club
- Without God
- You Haven't Done Nothin'
- Early In The Moanin' Time
- At the Cross
- Swamp Road
- New Word Order
- Chocolate Cowboy
- Waiting On My Wings
- Washboard Jam
- Call Him By His Name
- Glory Glory
- Soul Food II
- Soul Food I
- I'll Fly Away
- You Brought The Sunshine
- You Can't Always Get What You Want
About The Word
Longtime friends and collaborators Chris Chew, Cody Dickinson & Luther Dickinson (of North Mississippi Allstars), John Medeski (of Medeski Martin & Wood), and Robert Randolph (of Robert Randolph & the Family Band) will be reforming THE WORD for four very special shows this December.
Avant-jazz keyboardist John Medeski is known for his work with improvisational trio Medeski Martin & Wood. In 2000, Medeski produced and played on the self-titled debut by The Word, a gospel-meets-rock collective with North Mississippi Allstars that introduced the secular world to pedal-steel guitar phenomenon Robert Randolph. The band released a self titled album and toured in support. The band reunited in the summer of 2005 at the Bonnaroo Music Festival.
Watch portions of the final show founding Allman Brothers Band bassist Berry Oakley played before his tragic death.
Tool will embark on a three-week winter tour to start 2020.
Chris & Rich Robinson revealed The Black Crowes’ new lineup for a 2020 reunion tour and pair of intimate preview gigs.
Listen to Billy Stings cover New Jersey natives Bon Jovi last night at The Stone Pony in Asbury Park.
The Black Crowes featuring Chris and Rich Robinson detailed an extensive reunion tour scheduled to run through Summer 2020.