Tomato Can is a four-piece blues/jazz band featuring 17-year-old guitarist Pat Kane (who's shared the stage with such acts as Johnny Neel and Derek Trucks), keyboardist Mark Bader, and Bassist Jon Pelkey, as well as recently added fourth member, drummer Bill Gardiner. The band's eclectic sound is a mixture of its influences, which include not only blues greats such as Howlin' Wolf and Muddy Waters, but also John Coltrane, the Band, and Tom Waits Check um out ! :)
Just caught Bromberg in Pittsburgh--great show, great musicianship, great audience--well worth the ticket price if you like roots/folk rock. He is a great showman and the shows are just plain fun.
Check this out if you've got the time.
John for sure brought his ax to the rink this night I'm here to tell ya.
Tour heads packing the rink, having straggled up from the previous show at Shea Stadium in New York, were lacking in sleep but not enthusiasm. The first power chords to 'Twist and Shout' signaled to all that this was gonna be one of THOSE nights. The jamming was intense; the transitions from song to song seamless. The boys were really listening to one another; I'll never forget Paul's bass solo during the jam in the middle of 'Act Naturally.' Ringo's ability to turn on a dime as the band ranged from melodic rock 'n roll to the dissonant outer reaches of deep space had me stoked. I basically never stopped twirling. And then George looked right at me during 'Dizzy Miss Lizzie.' The show closing 'I'm Down' was exhilarating. We headed out into the parking lot exhausted, not entirely sure how we'd make it to Atlanta for the next night's show. But we knew we had just heard something we wouldn't soon forget.
They played one of their own sets at Crystal bay Club.North Shore Tahoe
what show did they do?
They start a three-night run at the Fillmore tonight.
Hey now....went to see Dark Star Orchestra at North Tahoe tuesday night..Hats off to them ,boy, they did a very difficult songt "Lazy Lightning" impeccably ..Cosmic Charlie was fantastic also..I enjoyed myself immensely and wanted to let people know
... did a decent concert earlier this year (though, admittedly, I would've preferred to have seen Gilmour.)
The Cure, not so good. No keyboards.
Hoping Neil comes down for his Chrome Dreams II tour.
goose creek- seen 'em twice in the 90's...
if you don't have it- i recommend their "words of earnest" record... classic.
trance jams in a redneck joint...