Watch Jack White Cover Stevie Wonder With The Muppets’ Band

first_imgAs previously announced, Jack White will make his appearance on the hour-long season finale of The Muppets tonight. During the show, White is convinced by his old friend Kermit the Frog to appear as the musical guest on the Up Late With Miss Piggy program. Once there, White jams out with the house band, Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem, to the tune of Stevie Wonder’s “You Are The Sunshine Of My Life.”Of course, the love-filled moment provides the perfect opportunity for Kermit to rekindle his romance with Miss Piggy. Watch the video below: The single of White and the Muppets will be released on vinyl via White’s Third Man Records, because of course it is. It’s also streaming in full via Apple Music.last_img read more

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Listen To Dave Diamond’s Heartfelt New ‘Trois’ Album, Streaming In Full [Premiere]

first_imgEver-prolific drummer Dave Diamond has spent twenty years playing in groups like Assembly of Dust, Zen Tricksters, but easily one of his biggest accomplishments is his work with his own group. The Dave Diamond Band has a certain Americana sound to it, backed by influences from rock, funk and everything in between.With the newly-released Trois album, Diamond continues to find his inner groove. “Had a blast making this record. If you broke down most of these songs they could easily be performed with an acoustic guitar and just a vocal. But being a drummer there’s always that inner groove within me which I cannot deny. So the stew gets thick rather quick.”Thanks to Diamond and his crew, we have the unique opportunity to share a stream of this beautiful album. Check it out below:There’s a reason that Diamond has played with the likes of Bob Weir, Derek Trucks, Oteil Burbridge, Robert Randolph and more… his innovative style makes him a musician’s musician, through and through.“I’m very blessed to have so many uniquely talented friends lend their brilliance to my smorgasbord of styles on this record,” said Diamond. “I started realizing that these tunes were covering the topic of not sweating the little things in life. Letting stuff go that can bog you down and songs proving there are people out there that care about you even when you don’t even realize it.  You’re not alone. But as the menu grows you can figure out some of the other lyrics cover everything from city life in Manhattan to some agriculture growing and eventually a track about my little angel in life. To purchase the album and to get more information about the Dave Diamond Band, head here. You can see the tour schedule below.Upcoming shows:Friday, May 20th 2016Venue: Dolphin Book Store & CafeAddress: 299 Main Street, Port Washington, NYNotes: Dave plays an intimate set in his hometown.Wednesday, May 25th 2016Venue: Oak Room TavernAddress: 242 Sea Cliff Ave, Sea Cliff, NYAge restrictions: All Ages. Notes: Dave drums w/ DnAThursday, June 16th 2016Venue: Garcia’s @ The Capitol TheatreAddress: 149 Westchester Ave., Port Chester, NY 10573,Notes: Dave drums w/Bad Pony (debut show) featuring: Jon Bevo, Dan Pfifer and Aaron Maxwell from God St Wine and Lizzy Kates.Friday, June 17th 2016Venue: La Motta’s Waterside Restaurant Address: 10 Matinicock Ave, Port Washington, NYNotes: Dave drums w/Circus MindSaturday, June 18th 2016Venue: Courthouse For The Center Of The Arts Address: 3481 Kingstown Rd, West Kingston, RINotes: Dave drums w/Sailin Shoes (Little Feat Tribute)Wednesday, June 22nd 2016Venue: Oak Room TavernAddress: 242 Sea Cliff Ave, Sea Cliff, NYNotes: Dave drums w/DnA Friday, June 24th 2016 – Saturday, June 25th 2016 Venue: Martyrs’Address: 3855 N.Lincoln, Chicago, ILNotes: Dave drums w/Assembly Of Dust (AFTER PHISH SHOW)Saturday, July 2nd 2016Venue: Still PartnersAddress: 225 Sea Cliff Ave, Sea Cliff, NYNotes: Dave drums w/Laughing Water (David Berg, Amy Peters, Tom Circosta, Craig Privett) playing some Grateful Dead!!Saturday, July 16th 2016Venue: Cervantes’ Masterpiece BallroomAddress: 2635 Welton Street, Denver, Colorado Time: 8:00pmNotes: Dave drums w/Assembly Of DustFriday, July 22nd 2016Venue: 8 x 10Address: 10 East Cross Street, Baltimore, MD 21230Notes: Dave drums w/Sailin Shoes (Little Feat Tribute)Thursday, July 28th 2016Venue: Tin AngelAddress: 20 S. 2nd St, Philadelphia, PANotes: Dave Diamond, Steve Messina and Alan Semerdjian take the stage for an intimate night of song.Friday, July 29th 2016Venue: Rockwood Music HallAddress: 184 Allen Street btwn Houston & Stanton, New York, NYNotes: Dave Diamond, Steve Messina and Alan Semerdjian take the stage for an intimate night of song. STAGE 3 @ Rockwood Music Hall Saturday, July 30th 2016Venue: Union StreetAddress: 107 Union Street, Newton Centre, MANotes: Dave Diamond, Steve Messina and Alan Semerdjian come together for an intimate show. Upstairs space here at Union Street Sunday, July 31st 2016Venue: Beau’s BarAddress: 54 Broadway, Greenlawn, NYNotes: DDB plays outdoors on a Sunday afternoon at Beau’s BarFriday, August 12th 2016Venue: Mexicali LiveAddress: 1409 Queene Anne Road, Teaneck, NJNotes: Dave drums w/Bad Pony Jon, Dan and Aaron (God St Wine) and Lizzy Kates John K Band, Reflections) Friday, August 19th 2016Venue: River Street Jazz CafeAddress: 667 N. River Street, Plains, PANotes: Dave drums w/Jam StampedeSunday, August 21st 2016Venue: Warwick Winery (Grateful Dead Festival) Address: 114 Little York Road, Warwick, NY Time: 4:00pmNotes: Dave drums w/Jam Stampedelast_img read more

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Watch Phil Lesh Join The Eric Krasno Band For A Beautiful “Scarlet > Fire”

first_imgFresh off the release of their Blood From A Stone album, the Eric Krasno Band brought their fall tour to the famed Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, CA last night. The venue is perhaps most well known for its proprietor, Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh. It just so happened that Lesh was on hand for the performance, and sat in for a four song run at the end of Krasno’s first set.Eric Krasno has been a frequent contributor to Phil Lesh & Friends shows of late, and the guitarist has embraced the Grateful Dead catalog with a passion. Lesh first emerged for “Ramble On Rose,” and aided in “I Second That Emotion.” Krasno’s band and Lesh then let loose on a great rendition of “Scarlet Begonias” into “Fire On The Mountain.”Check out a video of “Scarlet Begonias > Fire On The Mountain” below, courtesy of Keith Zacharski.The show of course featured a number of great original music from Krasno’s career, including choice cuts from his recent Blood From A Stone album. The show ended with a rocking encore of “Manic Depression,” sending fans home happy!Check out the full setlist below. The above photo, video, and setlist have been provided by Keith Zacharski and In The Barrel Photo.Setlist: Eric Krasno Band at Terrapin Crossroads, San Rafael, CA – 10/8/16Set One: 76, Jezebel, Please Ya, Move Over, Curse Lifter, Ramble On Rose, I Second That Emotion, Scarlet Begonias > Fire On The MountainSet Two: Get Back, Torture, On The Rise, Memphis Train, Blood From A Stone, Love Is Strong, Unconditional LoveEncore: Manic Depressionlast_img read more

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Nugs.TV’s Live Streams Are Now Accessible Through All Of Your Devices With Qello Concerts

first_img“Couch tour” is a beautiful thing. Even if you can’t make it out to your favorite band’s shows, more and more acts have started offering live streams of their concerts, bringing the party to your living room. However, more often than not, these streams are hosted on proprietary platforms, making it annoyingly difficult to enjoy the streams as seamlessly as you can with the native apps on ever-popular “over-the-top” streaming hardware like AppleTV and Roku. After all, who wants to stream a show on their laptop while their living room TV and sound system stares at them, unused?Victims of this pesky “first-world problem” have some big news to get excited about today: premiere live streaming service nugs.tv (known for hosting the “couch tour” for bands such as Phish, Metallica, and Dead & Company) has announced a partnership with Qello Concerts, the leading worldwide streaming service for on-demand concert films. The new alliance will allow music fans to watch live music events in real time, as well as stream thousands of on-demand full-length concerts and music documentaries on the entire multi-platform suite of Qello Concerts apps. Eureka!Qello Concerts has created a single sign-on authentication that allows users to log into Qello Concert with their nugs.tv account information and access live streams through Qello’s native applications, which include nearly every connected device worldwide: Apple TV (legacy and new), tvOS, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, all iOS and Android mobile devices, the web, and more. A full list of Qello/nugs-capable devices can be found here.“With Qello we’re extending the reach of nugs.tv beyond the nugs.net app” explains nugs.net Founder and CEO Brad Serling. “The typical Qello user is the perfect audience for what we’ve been doing live on nugs.tv.”Qello Concerts co-founder and CRO Rich Johnson explains, “the natural evolution for Qello Concerts was always to offer music fans the ability to not only watch our deep collection of concert films on-demand, but to also have access to stream concerts live.” Johnson continues, “With the new live authentication feature, music content producers can now leverage our global app suite to get their amazing content into millions of living rooms around the world and in front of the most passionate live music fans.”This new tech collaboration spells good news for live music fans, offering them the ability to enjoy more premium live music content in an unprecedentedly seamless manner. Qello and nugs.tv first partnered to stream the four-day 2016 Lockn’ Music Festival that included Phish, My Morning Jacket, Ween, Phil Lesh, and more.The nugs.tv integration begins to rollout across Qello Concerts apps today on the legacy Apple TV and Android TV; all other platforms will be enabled by the end of November. Users who purchased a live event from nugs.tv can log in to any Qello Concerts app with their nugs.tv login information and enjoy the live shows under the “Live” tab within the Qello Concerts apps.last_img read more

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Members of David Bowie’s “Blackstar” Perform New Originals At NPR Tiny Desk Concert [Watch]

first_imgDavid Bowie released Blackstar two days before his untimely death, long fulfilling his dream to record an album with a jazz band. It was Donny McCaslin‘s band that helped create that record, which included Tim Lefebvre on bass (also Tedeschi Trucks Band), drummer Mark Guiliana, keyboardist Jason Lindner, and McClaslin on saxophone. The quartet recently recorded an album of their own, Beyond Now, which features a couple Bowie covers and sees the band explore heavy jazz, synthetic rock, and psychedelic fusion.Donny McClaslin and company stopped by NPR’s Tiny Desk to play a few songs off this new album in honor of the Thin White Duke, performing “Shake Loose”, “Lazarus” (from Blackstar), and “Glory”. Check it out:For more from the band, check out their entire album Beyond Now below:[via NPR]last_img read more

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Umphrey’s McGee Covers Ween And Steely Dan, Busts Out “Non-Compliance” At Stone Pony [Photos/Videos]

first_imgLoad remaining images On Sunday, Umphrey’s McGee played their second of six nights this summer with Buffalo-based groove-rockers Aqueous opening the show at Stone Pony Summer Stage in Asbury Park, NJ. The Stone Pony performance came on the heels of a memorable evening in New York City on Friday, during which Aqueous opened for Umphrey’s at Central Park SummerStage before heading downtown to the Highline Ballroom for their own headlining late-night play featuring help from UM guitarist Jake Cinninger and keyboardist Joel Cummins.Aqueous began their opening set in New Jersey with a fake-out intro of “Warren In The Window” before opening in earnest with “Gordon’s Mule.” “Complex Pt. II” came next and saw the band stretch out for some skilled improv. Instead of returning to the song’s composed structure after the “Complex” jam, the band flowed right into the “Warren” that they bait-and-switched to start the show for an emphatic finish.Umphrey’s took the stage for their two-set headlining performance with “Bathing Digits” > “Hurt Bird Bath,” followed by “Resolution” > “Uncle Wally.” Next up, the band broke out a cover of Ween‘s “Transdermal Celebration” for just their fourth time ever (and second time this year). The Ween tune set off a fantastic “Little Gift” > “Blue Echo” > “Mulche’s Odyssey” segment. Set two kicked off with a bust-out of their fan-favorite cover of Steely Dan‘s “Hey Nineteen” for the first time in two years. “Hey Nineteen” was followed by “Out Of Order” and “Padgett’s Profile” before a hard-rocking “Hajimemashite” > “Night Nurse” > “In The Kitchen” section and the first “Non-Compliance” of 2017 into “Bad Friday” to close out the set. The band returned for a “Syncopated Strangers” encore, which featured a callback jam to the second set-opening “Hey Nineteen” before returning to the “Syncopated Strangers” theme.You can watch fan-shot footage of Umphrey’s McGee’s 7/9/17 show at the Stone Pony below. You can also check out a full gallery of photos via photographer Stephen Olker.“Little Gift” (Zak Radick)“Mulche’s Odyssey” (Zak Radick)“Padgett’s Profile” (Zak Radick)“Hajimemashite” > “Night Nurse” (Zak Radick)“Resolution” (via rdeal1999)“Night Nurse” (via rdeal1999)“Bad Friday” (Zak Radick)“Syncopated Strangers” > “Hey Nineteen” > “Syncopated Strangers” (via rdeal1999)Umphrey’s and Aqueous link up again on August 11th at Red Hat Amphitheater in Raleigh. Head here for a full list of upcoming Umphrey’s dates and here for a rundown of Aqueous’ upcoming shows.SETLIST: Aqueous | Stone Pony Summer Stage | Asbury Park, NJ | 7/9/17Warren In the Window fakeout> Gordon’s Mule, Complex Pt. II*> Warren In the Window*UnfinishedSETLIST: Umphrey’s McGee | Stone Pony Summer Stage | Asbury Park, NJ | 7/9/17Set 1: Bathing Digits > Hurt Bird Bath, Resolution > Uncle Wally, Transdermal Celebration > Little Gift > Blue Echo > Mulche’s OdysseySet 2: Hey Nineteen > Until We Meet Again > Out Of Order, Padgett’s Profile, Hajimemashite > Night Nurse > In The Kitchen, Non-Compliance > Bad FridayEncore: Syncopated Strangers > Hey Nineteen > Syncopated StrangersUmphrey’s McGee & Aqueous | Stone Pony Summer Stage | Asbury Park, NJ | 7/9/17last_img read more

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Gov’t Mule Details Blow-Out NYE Celebration Dubbed “The Rocking Mule Revue”

first_imgFollowing Warren Haynes’ highly anticipated annual Christmas Jam last weekend, today, Gov’t Mule has just announced more details regarding their New Year’s Eve performance at New York City’s Beacon Theatre. Dubbed The Rocking Mule Revue, the band will be joined by renowned artists such as Jackie Greene, Shawn Pelton, The Chronic Horns and The Better Half Singers, the latter which is composed of Machan Taylor and Mini Carlsson, the wives of Danny Louis and Jorgen Carlsson.Listen To The Complete Audio From Warren Haynes’ 7+ Hour Christmas JamThe group’s New Year’s Eve run begins at Atlantic City’s Borgata on December 29th and is followed with an intimate “Evening With Gov’t Mule” show at the Beacon on December 30th. Gov’t Mule and company will ring in the New Year proper for the final night of the run at the Beacon Theatre on December 31st.last_img read more

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Oteil Burbridge Surprises George Porter Jr., Ivan And Ian Neville, & More For “Eyes Of The World” In NOLA

first_imgWe’ll have a full review of the show, including pictures of the fashion and more videos of the incredible music for you tomorrow. For now, Live For Live Music’s own videographer at Rex-A-Vision managed to get the spectacular footage of Oteil’s sit-in during “Eyes of the World”. Check out the melodic mayhem below! <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span> It got fiery on the bayou last night as Oteil Burbridge, bassist for Dead & Company and The Allman Brothers Band, joined George Porter Jr., Ivan Neville, Papa Mali, Ian Neville, and a stage full of funk stars for an extended take on the Grateful Dead classic “Eyes Of the World” at New Orleans’ Howlin’ Wolf. On hand during the evening were also DJ Logic, Barry Sless, Kris Royal, Terrence Houston, Terence Higgins, and a number of other special guests.Last fall, when John Mayer became ill, Dead & Company was forced to cancel a few dates toward the end of their tour, including their highly anticipated New Orleans show. With Dead & Company’s rescheduled NOLA show going down tonight on February 24th, in the true spirit of “the show must go on,” local promoters threw together a wild replacement show last night with several of the musical mecca’s best players to give visiting Dead fans something to do.On Friday night, BenJammin, Silverback Productions, John Phillips, and The Howlin’ Wolf decided to throw “Busted Down On Tchoupitoulas St., Part II.” The show partially functioned as a fashion exhibit, with a mix of the latest in officially licensed Grateful Dead apparel modeled by runway veterans—plus artists, including Oteil—and some incredible jams by a number of all-star musicians. The event also doubled as a fundraiser for the New Orleans Musicians Clinic, which provides much needed medical attention to members of New Orleans incredibly talented performing community.last_img read more

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Science Finds That Going To Concerts Could Add 9 Years To Your Life

first_imgIf you’re a human and alive right now, you’ve no doubt seen an insane range of health and science trends that supposedly extend your lifespan–from getting out in sun, to avoiding the sun at all costs–and a huge range of dietary guidelines, many of which are wholly at odds with one another. However, scientists may have finally stumbled upon one health tip that we can all get behind: going to concerts.A new scientific study by O2, sponsors of London’s world-famous entertainment venue, The O2; and Patrick Fagan, an expert in behavioral science and Associate Lecturer at Goldsmith’s University, has revealed that attending concerts once every two weeks could increase life expectancy by nine years.According to the findings detailed by O2’s press release, the study found that “just 20 minutes of gig-time result[ed] in a significant 21% increase in feelings of well being,” with “additional scholarly research directly link[ing] high levels of wellbeing with a lifespan increase of nine years pointing to a direct link between gig-going and longevity.” The release continued:The findings come off the back of bespoke psychometric and heart-rate tests at a range of well-being activities – including gig-going, yoga and dog walking. The gig experience increased participants feelings of wellbeing by 21% – with key markers across the happiness spectrum showing increases, including feelings of self-worth (+25%) and closeness to others (+25%) whilst mental stimulation climbed by an impressive 75%. Accompanying research showed a positive correlation between regularity of gig attendance and wellbeing. Those who attend live concerts once a fortnight and more were the most likely to score their happiness, contentment, productivity and self-esteem at the highest level (10/10), suggesting that regularly experiencing live music is the key to building a long-standing improvement to wellbeing.Notes Fagan, the scientist behind the study, “Our research showcases the profound impact gigs have on feelings of health, happiness, and wellbeing – with fortnightly or regular attendance being the key. Combining all of our findings with O2’s research, we arrive at a prescription for a gig a fortnight which could pave the way for almost a decade more years of life.”Given that The O2, a giant music venue, commissioned the scientific study, there are likely some pretty huge biases affecting the study—I mean, the press release announcing the study’s findings was literally being used to link to the venue’s upcoming shows, which invites some pretty warranted skepticism. However, if you’re going to use the study as one more point to justify your show-going habits, then, by all means, be our guest. We certainly are.last_img read more

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Umphrey’s McGee Busts Out “Proverbial” To Kick Off Red Rocks Run [Photo/Video]

first_imgPhoto: Must Have Media Photo: Must Have Media On Thursday night following 4th of July, Umphrey’s McGee headed to Morrison, Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre for the first of three nights at the iconic venue. With Lotus as support, the two acts laid out two stellar jam-heavy performances, marking a celebratory start to the run.Lotus took the stage promptly around 6, with their opening set spanning an hour and a half until 7:30. While over the past few years, the band has headlined Red Rocks on their own (much like tonight’s support of Papadosio), Lotus rose to the occasion as support and played to the audience, offering a fiery performance composed of more classic tunes.The band opened with “Inspector Norse”, a cover of Norwegian DJ Todd Terje that has increasingly appeared in setlists from the band over the past few years and was previously performed at Red Rocks in 2016. The groovy fan-favorite cover was used as a launching pad into “Expired Slang”, an old-school tune which closed out the band’s well-segued opening combo.From there, Lotus offered up “Neon Tubes”, a worthy redemption of last year’s Red Rocks show when the group encountered some technical difficulties during the number—Luke Miller’s keyboard was malfunctioning and the band bailed on the song after just a few moments. Sans technical difficulties, the electronic-infused song energized the crowd ahead of the set’s climax—a standout non-stop run on “Suitcases” > “Spaghetti” > “Sunrain”.Opening the jam-heavy segment with Nomad‘s “Suitcases”, the song featured a crisp solo from guitarist Mike Rempel. The group moved into a slinky rendition of “Spaghetti” by way of a bass-heavy, almost trancey transition led by Jesse Miller. With a somewhat grittier jam out of “Spaghetti”—it was clear that Lotus was aware of their position as support for the evening, offering more progressive and heavier jams given the night’s headliner of Umphrey’s McGee—the group eventually landed triumphantly in crowd-favorite “Sunrain”, which featured complex interplay across the band’s members, a galloping jam, and a frenetic peak.The rhythm section led into “128”, a more propulsive number following the blissful “Sunrain”, rife with synth effects provided by Luke Miller. Cacophonous and intricate, the electro-funk jam built into a strong resolution ahead of a nostalgic and heartfelt rendition of “Behind Midwest Storefronts”, a tune off 2008’s Hammerstrike. After Luke wished the fans that had steadily filled the venue during their set a happy Independence Day weekend, Lotus closed out their set with “Age Of Inexperience”, a rocking and shred-heavy close to the performance.Setlist: Lotus | Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO | 7/5/2018Set: Inspector Norse > Expired Slang, Neon Tubes, Suitcases > Spaghetti > Sunrain, 128, Behind Midwest Storefronts, Age Of InexperienceFollowing Lotus’ inspired opening set, Umphrey’s McGee took the stage ready to rock the eager audience. By way of “There’s No Crying In Mexico”, the band landed in an elated take on “40’s Theme” featuring a wild solo from guitarist Jake Cinninger. Bayliss took the vocal lead for “Intentions Clear”, which housed a funky, bounding jam before kicking off a non-stop sequence through “North Route”, “Conduit”, and a bust out of “Proverbial”.“Intentions Clear” Load remaining imagescenter_img Photo: Must Have Media With a spacey transition into a solo for Joel Cummins, a darker jam led through relatively new tune “North Route” and reggae-infused “Conduit”. From there, the group busted out “Proverbial”, a song last played during the band’s 2014 New Year’s Eve run at Atlanta’s Tabernacle and marking a gap of 335 shows, before finishing off the “Conduit” sandwich.Up next, a glitchy transition and slower melodic build led into “Nothing Too Fancy”, an energized but steady rendition that saw a standout solo from the percussion section of Andy Farag and Kris Myers. Eventually, the group made its way into new song “Dark Brush”—the final song on the band’s new album, it’s not us—marking the sixth live performance of the song ever to close out set one.Returning for set two, Umphrey’s McGee opened with two covers from iconic rock act Pink Floyd. First offering up “In The Flesh?”, the band used the tune as a launching pad into another tune off 1979’s The Wall, “Another Brick In The Wall”. Umphrey’s take on the number mediated between dance-oriented and heavy, ending with an explosive jam that led into “Stinko’s Ascension” to close out the opening segment.“In The Flesh?” > “Another Brick In The Wall”[Video:Gregory Marcus]During the brief pause between the next number, Bayliss took the mic and addressed the audience, offering an anecdote about being day drunk while flying on 4th of July, later adding that he realized now that he was flying to the party the entire time. From there, the band quickly launched into “Wife Soup”, which featured alternatingly thundering and delicate jams.This juxtaposition eventually led its way into “Miss Tinkle’s Overture”, with locomotive percussion and psychedelic guitar. After building into this vibrant rendition, the group then moved to close out the set with two relatively rare numbers. The fourth-ever live rendition of “Triangle Tear”, off new album it’s you, came first before the group closed out the show with the ninth-ever rendition of “Rocktopus”, a song first debuted at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas in 2016. With an earlier curfew given the weeknight, Umphrey’s returned for a triumphant encore of “Divisions” to end the night in full.Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee | Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO | 7/5/2018Set 1: There’s No Crying In Mexico > 40’s Theme, Intentions Clear > North Route > Conduit > Proverbial > Conduit, Nothing Too Fancy > Dark BrushSet 2: In the Flesh? > Another Brick in the Wall > Stinko’s Ascension, Wife Soup > Miss Tinkle’s Overture, Triangle Tear > RoctopusEncore: DivisionsNotes: with The Star-Spangled Banner tease before Wife SoupUmphrey’s McGee returns to Red Rocks tonight for a performance with Papadosio ahead of Saturday night’s show at the iconic venue with The Record Company. You can check out photos from last night’s show with Lotus below, courtesy of Joshua Huver of Must Have Media.Umphrey’s McGee & Lotus | Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO | 7/5/2018last_img read more

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