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The Marcus King Band Taps Warren Haynes For Allman Brothers Cover At Red Rocks [Video]

first_imgThe Marcus King Band made their Red Rocks debut on Saturday night, opening up for Gov’t Mule and Yonder Mountain String Band at the beloved Morrison, Colorado venue. It was the band’s first time playing the legendary stage together, though King himself joined Lettuce for Rage Rocks back in May. While still an extraordinarily young band, touring the country vigorously throughout the year, MKB’s performance at Red Rocks felt long-awaited. And boy, did they deliver!Fellow collaborator and musical mentor Warren Haynes joined Marcus King Band during their opening set, for a ripping version of the Allman Brothers Band‘s “Dreams.” Of course, the two have collaborated before, with Haynes producing and playing on The Marcus King Band’s self-titled 2016 album. The ABB theme continued through Gov’t Mule’s headlining set, when King emerged to close the first set with “Whipping Post,” then returned again for an encore with members of Yonder Mountain String Band for the Mule debut of “Melissa.” The collaborators, which included YMSB’s Dave Johnston, Adam Aijala, Allie Kral, and Jake Joliff, jammed straight into “Mountain Jam,” before bringing “Melissa” to a fantastic reprise. In addition to the closing Allman Brother tunes, Mule performed “Come And Go Blues and included a “Les Brers In A Minor” tease earlier in the set–totaling five Allman covers in Mule’s set. The Marcus King Band’s opening “Dreams” truly set the tone for a fantastic night of heartfelt music from all three bands.Watch Warren Haynes join The Marcus King Band for “Dreams” below, courtesy of Jeremiah Rogers:Watch Marcus King join Gov’t Mule for “Whipping Post,” courtesy of kellypearson1000:Watch Marcus King, Dave Johnston, Adam Aijala, Allie Kral, and Jake Joliff join Gov’t Mule for “Melissa”>”Mountain Jam”>”Melissa” below, courtesy of D Ragoose:See below for Paul Dumah Morgan’s depiction of MKB’s Red Rocks debut:[cover photo by Gary Sheer]last_img read more

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Spafford Releases Live 53-Minute Improv Studio Session And More [Pro-Shot Video]

first_imgEcho Sessions, Asheville, NC, 10/23/2017 — My Road Echo Sessions, Asheville, NC, 10/23/2017 — Electric Taco Stand[Photo: Patrick Hughes] Spafford took part in an in-studio performance dubbed the Echo Sessions hosted by I Am AVL (Independent Arts and Music Asheville) to support Asheville, North Carolina’s local music scene. I Am AVL’s Echo Sessions are particularly special as they offer artists the option to do whatever they want with their time, with past performances ranging from 45 minutes to a couple of hours. For Spafford’s segment, fans were also invited to tune into a live multi-cam stream of the open-ended performance, which took place in an old church that’s been transformed into a world-class recording facility.Spafford To Play NOLA Halloween Show; Here’s What They’ve Done In The PastThe “Echo Sessions” set proved to be the perfect environment for Spafford to launch into an improvisational musical journey. In recent months, Spafford has become known for these improvisation-oriented explorations, having released the hourlong studio improv album Abaculus this past August. The Echo Sessions also came on the heels of Spafford’s fiery and improv-heavy show in Columbia, Missouri, this past Thursday, during which the band unleashed a massive, 57-minute “Bee Jam” as a part of their three-song first set.To open the performance, Spafford came straight out the gates with a 55-minute improvisational first set that is already earning legendary status. In this near-hourlong jam, the band was truly limitless and without boundaries, proving that they were truly in their element. Across the hour, the band explored many themes, often landing in bliss-filled major key progressions, swampy funk-filled low-end jams, electronic grooves reminiscent of 90’s warehouse parties, and blistering guitar peaks.Spafford Shares Pro-Shot “Ain’t That Wrong” With JJ Grey Jam SandwichWith the stream also providing live video, it was clear that the individual band members were enjoying themselves just as much as listeners. After the first segment wrapped up, listeners could hear Brian Moss (guitar/vox) asking the engineer just how long the group’s non-stop first set had gone on for, clearly having been lost in the jam with the rest of the audience.After a quick set break, Spafford returned with a number of the band’s heavy hitters and a new Andrew “Red” Johnson (keys/vox) original, “My Road (My Road)”, which was debuted for the first time just last week. In true Spafford form, all of the second set’s songs were heavily laced with additional improvisation, showing just how connected the band’s members are to one another in a synchronized musical conversation.Spafford’s “Echo Session”, which was hosted by I Am AVL (Independent Arts and Music Asheville), can be viewed in all of its glory below. See for yourself why this is being hyped as a truly special moment in the band’s history.Setlist: Spafford | Echo Sessions with I Am AVL | Asheville, NC | 10/23/2017Set One: Jam [1]Set Two: Eternity, My Road (My Road), Electric Taco Stand, Backdoor Funk, Weasel, Beautiful Day[1] 55 minutesEcho Sessions, Asheville, NC, 10/23/2017 — Set One (Jam)last_img read more

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