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Rippin tour closer in Charlotte tonight with Melvin and JGB with JK. What this show lacked in breadth, it made up for in music quality. So good to see Melvin still killing it, dude looks the same he did 30yrs ago, LOL! And was awesome to hear John doing eyes and just wore out the deal, ahhh!! Great dance partners made the night just exactly perfect. 

 

Neighborhood theater, Charlotte, NC 

 

Get outta my life woman
Ltgtr
Saw her standing there 
Evangeline
Birdsong
Proud mary
Many rivers to cross
Can't find my way home - instr.
Here comes the sun
Hey Pocky way
Eyes
Brothers and sisters
Deal

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16 hours ago, gr8fulpair said:

 

Neighborhood theater, Charlotte, s
 

Last night with C&K and Sue was another good show...last of my little run of three shows.  I danced most of show even though I usually don t have the energy that I did years ago...maybe the friends next to me took a few years off my life and brought back that energy and fun and spark in my ❤️ heart

Peace and Love

Doc

 

 

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Billy Strings - Cats Cradle - Night 1

 

Once I picked my jaw off the floor it was an outta control freight train from start to finish!  That kid has got IT in spades.  Walked outta there on a cloud !

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In Dead Nation at the Rec Room in Towson, MD.

 

We are here the first Friday of every month.

 

Shakedown, JackStraw, Bertha>Good Love

a lovely opening sequence.

 

Scarlet>Fire>Werewolves to open set two.

Highlight of the nite the Goin' Down the Road.

 

Have fun at the Cap tonite full timers.

Praise DSO.

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15 hours ago, Tea said:

Billy Strings - Cats Cradle - Night 1

 

Once I picked my jaw off the floor it was an outta control freight train from start to finish!  That kid has got IT in spades.  Walked outta there on a cloud !

Enjoy night 2 now that you know what you're getting into🙂👀🔥

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The dirty grass players, along with the high and wides (Formerly Chester River Runoff) at the Garfield Theatre in Chestertown, Md. as part of the Downrigging festival. Tall ships and bluegrass all weekend. At times, there were two fiddles, two mandolins or two banjos on stage. Freestylin bluegrass jams, original stuff, a few ‘Dead’ 

tunes. Rosalee McFall, Goin’ down the road feelin’ bad, Deep Elem Blues. 

   I ran into the guitar player for the high and wides at the grocery store today. I thanked him and commented that they were just winging it last night. He said, yea, a lot of those songs I had never played before. 

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On 11/2/2019 at 12:20 AM, Tea said:

Billy Strings - Cats Cradle - Night 1

 

Once I picked my jaw off the floor it was an outta control freight train from start to finish!  That kid has got IT in spades.  Walked outta there on a cloud !

 

I'm going to see Billy for the first time on Saturday in DC...….pumped!

I saw Angel Olsen last night at the Lincoln Theater in DC (great venue!)

She was outstanding......her new album "All Mirrors" is amazing.

 

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Emmylou Sunday Atlanta Symphony Hall. Del McCoury Band 11/22/19 Dayton Art Institute. Billy 11/23/19 Madison Theater Covington. Born Cross Eyed 12/7/19 Cosmic Charlies, Lexington. Emmylou is my true love. String's tickets are getting real hard to come by: Lexington and Louisville in February sold out before I had a chance to look. Thank God for mixlr, it really cranks through the home stereo and it's nice to follow the progression of the tour each night. Cats Cradle, night two, got a Dreadful Wind and the Rain and a China Doll>Midnight Ryder. He's keeping gems in the mix although there are so many new comers arriving each show. Rocky Racoon showed up a few nights ago. Crazy good music being played before the show, between sets and after each show. He trips out with his pedal effects. Very meaningful lyrics in his own material. Have FUN!!!

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Infamous Stringdusters were wicked fun!  Too many ‘standers’ for my taste but still a successful launch.  Great covers - Pink Floyd, The Cure, Marvin Gaye, The Police...

Fun interpretations 😀

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ELH Atlanta 10.10.19 8pm

Easy From Now On

One Of These Days 

Millworker

O Evangeline 

Green Pastures 

Get Up John 

Red Dirt Girl

Emmitt Till

Home Sweet Home!

Oh Las Vegas 

Kern River 

If I Needed  You 

Pancho and Lefty 

Michelangelo 

Going Back To Harlan

Together Again 

Tulsa Queen 

Wheels

Born To Run

Old Five and Dimers

Long May You Run!

Encore:

Boulder to Birmingham 

10pm

 

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The Black Keys with Modest Mouse

 

Black Keys?  Meh with moments....

Modest Mouse?  Fun stuff - they should have been the headliner.  Great vibe!

My Hearing?  Beating back Tinnitus.  Ear Plugs would've indeed been clutch 

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Splintered Sunlight at the 8 x 10 in Baltimore, MD

 

Cold Rain, Wang Dang, Jack-a-Roe, MAMU>Mex, Row Jimmy,

Looks Like Rain, Blow Away>Deal.

 

Scarlet>Fire>Music>China>Rider>Alligator>D>S>Other One,

So Many Roads>Sugar Mags.

 

Bertha.

 

List solidly executed, Butchy on point from the jump.

Pre drums Jerrylicious, highlight of the night the Alligator.

Dance space on the rail, met some good people.

 

Enjoy the ride full timers.

Praise DSO.

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10 hours ago, BillK522 said:

Splintered Sunlight at the 8 x 10 in Baltimore, MD

 

Cold Rain, Wang Dang, Jack-a-Roe, MAMU>Mex, Row Jimmy,

Looks Like Rain, Blow Away>Deal.

 

Scarlet>Fire>Music>China>Rider>Alligator>D>S>Other One,

So Many Roads>Sugar Mags.

 

Bertha.

 

List solidly executed, Butchy on point from the jump.

Pre drums Jerrylicious, highlight of the night the Alligator.

Dance space on the rail, met some good people.

 

Enjoy the ride full timers.

Praise DSO.

 

I saw them a couple of times 20 or so years ago....impressed!

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I saw Marcus King at the Vogue this last saturday night and he put on an excellent show.......only problems were......his vocals were turned up to the point that they had distortion at the upper edges and overall the sound was too loud for the size venue.After the first song i spent rest of the night at the back of the Vogue. Also.....i have been to the Vogue several hundred times over the last 30 years.....the place was oversold....it was shoulder to shoulder and no room in front of you or behind......peeps that went to the bar for a drink would be jabbing you in the back to try and get back to where they were....oversold in my opinion.I would rather pay $50.00 for a ticket if they would drop the headcount by a couple hundred people.....on the bright side,they had a bunch of 16oz craft and 12oz domestic beers for $4.00.

I love that Venue but that could change after a few more shows like this one.........

Anyone else that was there have some input ?

 

Peace WB   

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I dropped Dead n Co out of my rotation years ago, It just doesn't do it for me. Right now I'm averaging around 7 Phish shows a year and about 4 DSO shows a year, but I'd love to throw some Panic and JRAD in the mix as well. Any suggestions for beginner panic songs to get me into them? I've heard alot of great things and I think its time to start checking them out

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Actually, it was tonight. Just caught the high and wides album release concert at the Garfield theatre in Chestertown. Original bluegrass, they’ve been around for a while, pretty tight, used to be called a chester river runoff. They’re doing a few more album release shows in the near future on the Western shore, DC,Baltimore area. I would if I were you. 

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In Dead Nation at the Still in Timonium, MD.

 

China>Rider, Althea, Viola Lee Blues, Ramble,

All Over Now, Cumberland, Mama>Big River

Peggy-o, Tangled.

 

Casey Jones, Sugar>Scarlet>Fire>Other One,

Jack Straw, Don't Ease, 12:00, Trucking,

Good Love>La Bamba>Good Love, Harder

They Come, Shakedown.

 

Uncle John's>Lovelight, Sisters and Brothers,

Franklin's Tower, Touch of Grey.

 

We Bid You Goodnight.

 

Quite a bit of entertainment for a free cover.

Great local band, giving it their all.

Set three had Julie Andrews space on

the rail.  Good times.

 

Praise DSO.

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I did NYE with Hyryder @ the mousetrap in Indy. Good stuff. All plans fell through but I had to find some live music to go see. More and more shows are going 21+ NYE and I usually take the boys. Sam is in Israel over the new year and I took luke to Indy and he streamed the Billy Strings show at the hotel while I went to the mousetrap. 😆😂

H/S/F

easy wind

World to give

Mobile

Mamu

Cassidy

After Midnight 

round and round

set 2

Viola

Miracle

Wang Dang

Sailor/Saint

fantasy

blow away

music

set3 

Terrapin (extra parts but don’t think it was whole suite)

Scarlet

H2H

lovelight

not fade away

Drummy Jam

Dew

 

E. Weight

Cool little bar show. Mousetrap definitely caters to our kind. 

 

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Feeble attempt at a set list from last night at The 8X10, Better Off Dead. 

Mississippi half step

West LA

Corrinna

Box a Rain ( pretty damn good) 

hey Pocky way

Mighty Quinn 

new speedway boogie

terrapin

I need a Miracle 

standing on the moon

St. Stephen 

Alligator

some Stevie Wonder tune

Sugar Mags

kinda in that order, many big gaps. They played a lot more than I’m Recalling. 

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The stream for the webcast for Dead & Company was wonky last night, so another option presented itself.  It was a live stream on facebook from The Sweetwater Music Hall of the Green Leaf Rustlers last night.  I first saw them at Jam in the Sand last January.  It was an excellent show with a great setlist. I did get the recordings for the Dead & Company show which I am listening to tonight.

 

December 31, 2019
Green Leaf Rustlers Setlist
at Sweetwater Music Hall, Mill Valley, CA, USA 


Setlist
  
Set 1:
Bright Lights, Big City
(Jimmy Reed cover)
Truck Drivin' Man
(Terry Fell cover)
Honky Tonk Song
(Mel Tillis cover)
Portland Woman
(New Riders of the Purple Sage cover)
Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms >
([traditional] cover)
Blue Suede Shoes
(Carl Perkins cover)
In the Jailhouse Now
(Jimmie Rodgers cover)
Only Daddy That'll Walk the Line
(Jim Alley and the Alley Cats cover)
Be Real
(Sir Douglas Quintet cover)
Big Mouth Blues
(Gram Parsons cover)

Set 2:
Bony Maronie
Every Time I Hear Your Name
(Keith Anderson cover)
Well Come Back Home
(The Byrds cover)
Wooly Bully
(Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs cover)
Guacamole
(Texas Tornados cover)
24 Hours at a Time
(The Marshall Tucker Band cover)
Waymore's Blues
(Waylon Jennings cover)
I'm a Ramblin' Man
(Waylon Jennings cover)
Ride Me High
(J.J. Cale cover)

Encore:
Comes a Time
(Neil Young cover)
Johnny B. Goode
(Chuck Berry cover)

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