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Watch The Breakfast/Kung Fu guitarist Tim Palmieri sit-in with Twiddle on “Milk” this past Friday night in New Haven, Connecticut.
Vermont jam act Twiddle was joined by old friend and Connecticut native Tim Palmieri last night in Fairfield.
The event is expected to feature 30+ artists performing 10+ unique sets for 15+ hours of music at various Williamsburg venues
Watch the guitarist cover a trio of Phish songs and mash-up a Radiohead tune with a Beatles classic.
About Tim Palmieri
Tim Palmieri has made a name for himself as one of the most impressive young guitarists on the national music scene today. Playing with his band The Breakfast alongside artists such as moe., Umphrey’s McGee, Tea Leaf Green, and Phish’s Mike Gordon, the New Haven native has amassed a loyal following of obsessive fans who keep tabs on just about every note.
While prominent in the jam scene for his aggressive and improvisational guitar style, Palmieri has grown to be equally comfortable playing acoustic, branching out into a busy solo career over the past few years. “Timmy Tour” as fans have dubbed the Tim Palmieri Solo Acoustic experience has grown organically and continues to expand as music lovers demand performances in their hometowns nationwide. These acoustic gigs are peppered with a mix of Breakfast originals, classic covers, and unexpected rarities, each of which Palmieri makes his own through his distinctive style of rhythmic looping.
At the same time, Palmieri refuses to get too comfortable as a performer, always seeking to challenge himself in new ways. Whether that be covering the complete Beatles catalogue in alphabetical order or playing in an entirely improvisational jazz band , Palmieri is known to keep fans guessing. And theyre always eager for more.
Phish’s Curveball festival has been cancelled.
Grateful Dead tribute act Dark Star Orchestra added a second leg to their 2018 Fall Tour and revealed details of this year’s Cosmic New Year’s Run.
One of the world’s greatest singers, Aretha Franklin, has died at age 76.
Contributor Erika Rasmussen chatted with drummer Todd Nance about his current Todd Nance & Friends project and more.
‘Don’t Tell Me This Country Ain’t Got No Heart: A Benefit For Voter Participation’ will feature Phil Lesh & Very Special Friends.