Monday, February 13
Ron Adelberg was the first Gratefulmusic employee to crack. Steve Kimock's Voodoo Dead's vibe is so loose and loving. It's akin to a high class Prom with better music and that puts out. Pro shot complete show, Photo Gallery, Setlist & 411
Ron Adelberg was the first GratefulMusic employee to crack. Steve Kimock's Voodoo Dead's vibe is so loose and loving. It's akin to a high class prom with better music and that puts out. They are more than dialed in, they are playing each song like it's the last tune every show! We will get to enjoy Ron "The Legend" Adelberg's coverage of tonight's show as well. Voodoo Dead is returning Sunday night which is symbolic considering they sound like Jehovah's Favorite Choir.
Setlist: Voodoo Dead | Ardmore Music Hall | Ardmore, PA | 2/11/17
I can't believe the run of shows that took musical royalty into a week of one bravura show after another. They are a perfect fucking circle and are so into the music that a mistake has the potential to become fresh again. They take a simple C to G and makes us feel brand new about it. Enough words! We got photos & a Pro-shot recording. If your reading this now turn on the stream! Damn
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It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry (JGe, PM)
China Cat Sunflower > (JGe)
I Know You Rider (JGe, PM)
Many Rivers to Cross (instrumental)
Highway 61 Revisited (JGe)
Congo Man Chant >
Get Up, Stand Up > (PM)
Iko Iko > (PM)
Bird Song (JGe)
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A conversation with Starfinder, Bear's grandson and the man behind preserving his family's Holy Grail of live music. Learn all the d...