Wow now that was a sweet show, we all danced our asses off!!
Thanks all for coming to the show and a special thanks to paps for hosting a grate pre show party :D
was a double bill to die for!
Agreed re Plant and Freddie, Ex. I was never that much of a fan of either of their bands, but that Freddie, wotta voice.
Though I still say folks would be well served to check out the Plant/Krauss tour if they can.
I am going back some years ago (late 60's/early 70's) but I have never gotten over this one. Janis Joplin was second billing, I am not sure if she was still with Big Brother. She brought the house DOWN. The stage was empty for a long time after, waiting for Ike & Tina Turner. I have never experienced a longer time between sets before or after around San Francisco. My thought was, " How can anyone follow that?". Oh man, was I wrong. Sister Tina treated us to class act number two. What a great night of music.
Saw YES on their 2000 Masterworks Tour. They played the song Close to the Edge, the first song from the Relayer album, and the last song on Tales From Topographic Oceans--plus some other stuff I can't remember. Hope Jon Anderson gets better.
Saw Rush a few times. The last Snakes & Arrows Tour was better than the 2002 Vapor Trails Tour. They played Circumstances from Hemispheres and Digital Man.
I don't think Robert Plant has that strong of voice these days, and you really can't compare him to Freddie. Freddie was always far superior. Plant's vocals are mild to weak with his solo albums with Page. Check out David Coverdale for strong vocals or Ian Gillan. Deep Purple is still cranking out albums.
Little Feat @ The Granada Theater '05, New Monsoon '07 tour , DSO whenever they come to Texas, the latest Mars Volta show last April, Allmans. THE FLAMING LIPS!!
to Leftover Salmon and kudos to Michael Franti (sp?) and Spearhead at the 10K lakefest. My sons were very taken by Spearhead's message, showmanship, and music. Great stuff by both these bands at that Festival. I missed much other music there but was wowed and danced to these fine acts. 'Thank you, for a real good time"....!!!!!!!!
I saw them last Sunday (June 22) , they split off from the joint tour with Ratdog for one night and did this one alone. Played for almost three hrs.. I can't say enough good things about this band. From the incredible energy to the stunning musicianship and just good feelings that flow from the band to the crowd and back again. If you love live music and I assume everyone on this site does you owe yourself the favor of going to see Gov't Mule.
With all due respect to the many other great jam bands that are around now and that I love, this is my favorite one that doesn't have a GD member in it.
As an added bonus, I was able to shake Warren Haynes hand and have a few words with him after the show.
If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.
Saw Railroad Earth last September when i barely knew any of their stuff. One of the best shows ive been to. Probably my favorite show actually. The good vibes and mandolin and fiddle solos kept everyone, even my metalhead friends, dancing for a solid three hours.
I really like those two!
I just came in from the Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeski concert at Longwood Gardens in Kennit Square Pa.....what a awesome venue and we were in the 1st row!!!!!!!! Now that is something special to see a husband and wife jamming side by side.....Susan's voice was so sweet, that girl can rock!