April 15, 2021

An Inside Look At Dead & Company’s Smokin’ Performance At The Fillmore [Gallery]

first_imgLoad remaining images Check out the setlist and a full gallery from Dave Vann below.Setlist: Dead & Company at The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA – 5/24/16Set One: St. Stephen, Hell In A Bucket, Cold Rain and Snow, Loose Lucy*, Queen Jane Approximately, Brown Eyed WomenSet Two: Big Railroad Blues, Sugaree, Estimated Prophet > Dark Star > The Other One, Days Between > China Cat Sunflower > I Know You RiderEncore: Brokedown Palace* = w/ Sammy Hagar Just last week, the Grateful ensemble known as Dead & Company announced plans for a totally free performance at The Fillmore. One of San Francisco’s most historic venues played host to the Grateful Dead on numerous occasions during their formative years, and the intimate 1,150-person venue was packed with Deadheads eager to catch a glimpse of the newest group to hit the Dead scene.Dead & Company features three of the Dead’s original members, Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, and Bill Kreutzmann, alongside keyboardist Jeff Chimenti, bassist Oteil Burbridge and guitarist John Mayer. After performing regularly for the latter half of 2015, the band was bursting at the seams and spitting fire all night. The show featured a sit in from Sammy Hagar on “Loose Lucy” and three Dead & Co debut songs, “Big Railroad Blues,” “Days Between,” and Bob Dylan’s “Queen Jane Approximately.”Full Video/Review: Dead & Company Heat Up The Historic Fillmore In San FranciscoThanks to photographer Dave Vann, we have an exclusive look inside this glorious performance. Check out some of his images below.last_img read more

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Motown to Close Early on Broadway

first_img‘Motown the Musical'(Photo: Joan Marcus) Motown The Musical Show Closed This production ended its run on July 31, 2016 Related Showscenter_img View Comments Cue lonely teardrops. The Broadway return of Motown the Musical will end its limited engagement early. The jukebox musical will play its final performance at the Nederlander Theatre on July 31, marking the end of the show’s first national tour. Performances began on July 12 and were scheduled to run through November 13.Directed by Charles Randolph-Wright and featuring a book by Motown founder Berry Gordy, Motown highlights over 50 hits from the record company’s catalogue. The show tells the story of Gordy’s rise from small-town dreamer to record mogul. Along the way, he discovers a slew of musical talent, including Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye, Michael Jackson and Diana Ross, with whom he sparks a romance.The current production features Chester Gregory as Berry Gordy, Allison Semmes as Diana Ross, Jesse Nager as Smokey Robinson and Jarran Muse as Marvin Gaye. Rounding out the company are J.J. Batteast, Leon Outlaw Jr., Nik Alexander, Erick Buckley, Chante Carmel, Chadaé, Lynorris Evans, Anissa Felix, Talya Groves, Rod Harrelson, Robert Hartwell, Rodney Earl Jackson Jr., Trisha Jeffrey, Jamie LaVerdiere, Elijah Ahmad Lewis, Loren Lott, Jarvis B. Manning Jr., Krisha Marcano, Marq Moss, Rashad Naylor, Ramone Owens, Olivia Puckett, Nicholas Ryan, Jamison Scott, Joey Stone, Doug Storm, Martina Sykes, Nik Walker and Galen J. Williams.last_img read more

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