Dead & Company Welcomes Back Bill Kreutzmann In Phoenix: Setlist, Recap & The Skinny

Drummer Bill Kreutzmann returned to the kit for Dead & Company‘s Fall Tour 2021 stop in Phoenix on Monday. Kreutzmann had missed the last four shows of the run due to a non-COVID-19 related illness with Jay Lane stepping up to fill-in for the group’s Colorado concerts. “This was the first time in my entire […]

Dead & Company Continues Colorado Run Without Bill Kreutzmann: Setlist, Recap & The Skinny

Dead & Company continued their Colorado run with the first of two nights at Fidder’s Green Amphitheatre near Denver on Friday. Drummer Bill Kreutzmann was still absent due to a non-COVID-19 related illness and longtime Bob Weir collaborator Jay Lane filled in once again as he did on Wednesday and Thursday at Red Rocks. !function […]

Bill Kreutzmann Sits Out Dead & Company Red Rocks Show: Setlist, Recap & The Skinny

Dead & Company drummer Bill Kreutzmann sat out last night’s concert at Red Rocks outside Denver due to a non-COVID-19 related illness. Drummer Jay Lane filled in for Billy during the band’s debut at the scenic outdoor venue. Fellow Dead & Co. drummer Mickey Hart also missed part of Tuesday’s second set. Kreutzmann’s absence was […]

Dead & Company Brings Fall Tour To Houston: Recap, Setlist & The Skinny

Dead & Company‘s Fall Tour 2021 continued in the Houston area on Friday for a concert at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in The Woodlands, Texas. Last night’s show was the band’s first in Houston and the setlist included a number of geographically appropriate songs. The sextet came high steppin’ into Houston with “The Music Never […]

Greensky Bluegrass Welcomes Holly Bowling & Railroad Earth Members At Red Rocks

Jamgrass act Greensky Bluegrass closed out a three-night stand at Red Rocks on Sunday with help from keyboardist Holly Bowling and members of Railroad Earth. Bowling joined the band for most of last night’s show at the iconic Morrison, Colorado venue, while RRE’s John Skehan, Tim Carbone and Todd Sheaffer also contributed to the encore. […]

Brandi Carlile Welcomes Celisse Henderson At Red Rocks Show With Colorado Symphony

Brandi Carlile was joined by Celisse Henderson during Saturday’s concert at Red Rocks in Morrison, Colorado. The show was the first of two Carlile is performing with the Colorado Symphony at the scenic outdoor venue. Alternating between keyboards and guitar, Carlile was accompanied by her several of her bandmates including guitarist Tim Hanseroth, bassist Phil […]

Widespread Panic Dusts Off Rolling Stones & Traffic Covers At Asheville Finale

Widespread Panic ended a three-night stand at the Arena in Asheville, North Carolina on Sunday evening. The band worked The Rolling Stones and Traffic covers they hadn’t played since 2019 into last night’s setlist. The sextet opened with “Coconut,” one of their oldest originals. Next up was a take on Talking Heads’ “City Of […]

Wilco Returns To Stage In Spokane For 1st Concert Since March 2020

Wilco performed their first concert in 512 days on Thursday night, when they kicked off a co-headlining tour with Sleater-Kinney at First Interstate Center For The Arts in Spokane, Washington. Jeff Tweedy and his mates filled the setlist with material from 10 different studio albums, including the return of “Art Of Almost” after nearly four […]

Billy & The Kids Featuring Billy Strings + James Casey Wrap Red Rocks Run

Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann brought his Billy & The Kids ensemble back to Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado on Tuesday for a second “Dead On The Rocks” concert featuring guitarist Billy Strings and saxophonist James Casey. The evening also included guest spots from Greensky Bluegrass mandolinist Paul Hoffman and Thievery Corporation‘s Jeff Franca. […]