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Michigan-birthed funk act Vulfpeck will headline Madison Square Garden in September.
‘Live From Here’ shared pro-shot videos from Saturday’s taping featuring Vulfpeck, including an unaired collaboration with host Chris Thile, Maggie Rogers and more.
Release Day Picks this week highlights new albums by Vulfpeck, Van Morrison and John Mellencamp.
Chris Thile’s ‘Live From Here’ will present a free webcast this Saturday’s show featuring Vulfpeck, Maggie Rogers and others.
Theo Katzman and Monica Martin are featured on “Love Is A Beautiful Thing,” the latest single from Vulfpeck’s forthcoming ‘Hill Climber’ album.
Watch the music video for “Darwin Derby,” the latest single from Vulfpeck’s forthcoming LP ‘Hill Climber.’
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Latest Vulfpeck Setlist
Vulfpeck at Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park
- Cory Wong
- Animal Spirits
- Daddy, He Got a Tesla
- Conscious Club
- 1 for 1, DiMaggio
- Funky Duck
- Boogie On Reggae Woman
- Tell Me Something Good
- Wait for the Moment
- Back Pocket
- Christmas in L.A.
- Dean Town
- It Gets Funkier
Vulfpeck is a half-Jewish German-American rhythm section based in Los Angeles. Originally studio musicians at Vulf Records, Jack Stratton, Theo Katzman, Woody Goss & Joe Dart have released five albums under Vulfpeck.
The setlist for the second night of Phish Riviera Maya in Mexico featured another substantial bust out in the first set and a second half packed with a pair of big jams, old-school staples and more.
Bruce Hornsby will release the guest-filled studio album ‘Absolute Zero’ in April, shared its lead single “Voyager One” and confirmed a series of Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers tour dates.
Phish’s 2019 trip to Mexico started on an extremely high note with a setlist that included three huge bust outs and two all-time jams. Check out a recap and The Skinny from Thursday night at Phish Riviera Maya.
The JamBase Podcast Episode 31 features a “Musical Mentors” interview with Cory Wong as well as The Rundown review of recent news items.
A celebration of the new Tedeschi Trucks Band album took a more somber tone just days after the passing of founding member Kofi Burbridge.