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EnjoyingTheRide wrote:
scotydog826 wrote:
That fest in VA that has changed names


Ya! That one! Me too!



Me too! Whooooooo! I don't wanna be the Woo guy though.

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Post Re: What's Your Next Show?
Grand Points North Festival - Sept. 14 & 15 Burlington, VT

Grace Potter 2 nights
Gov't Mule
Charles Bradley
Trombone Shorty
Felice Brothers
City and Colour
Shovels & Rope
Scott Tournet & Ver La Luz

http://www.grandpointnorth.com/

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Post Re: What's Your Next Show?
AndieBee wrote:
EnjoyingTheRide wrote:
scotydog826 wrote:
That fest in VA that has changed names


Ya! That one! Me too!



Me too! Whooooooo! I don't wanna be the Woo guy though.


Don't be Rick Flair!

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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Sun Sep 01, 2013 9:28 pm Profile
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Post Re: What's Your Next Show?
Just bought tickets to see the Black Crowes in St Augustine Oct 5th 8-)


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Post Re: What's Your Next Show?
After Lockn' is Strangefolk then I'm really hoping to get a crew to go see Cope in VT!

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I KNEW THERE WAS SOMETHING TO DO ON OCT 5th!! Damn Damn Damn...

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I have finally figured out what the problem is. There is WAAAAY too much great music out there. OK, it’s only a problem because I cannot get to it all. But this weekend, I made three more great discoveries (for me).

On Saturday, at WMNF’s Groovefest 4 (hosted by Thor at Skipper’s), the Heavy Pets absolutely blew it out. It was my 16th Pets show, and it topped all the others. They were deep in the groove. The surprise, however, was Come Back Alice, a spectacular quartet from Sarasota, I think. Fronted by Tony Tyler on guitar and vocals and Dani Jaye on violin and vocals, they opened with an incredible cover of “I Walk On Guilded Splinters” and closed with an even more righteous cover of “Whipping Post.” Jammed in between were lots of great originals. And Savi Fernandez guested on one tune and shredded the entire Skipperdome, I think. The CBA youTube stuff is good, but, like most of our music, you need to see them live.
www.comebackalice.com

Sunday, I was in Orlando for Sara Lapham’s birthday bash. My opinions about Matt Lapham’s prowess on bass are well documented, and I knew it would be a great evening. After a great set with Matt, Derek Engstrom on acoustic guitar and (I don’t remember now), Paddington Ambush hit the stage. Any project Clay Watson is involved with works for me, but these guys are truly special. The website says reggae / ska / world, but that definition is much too narrow. They killed it for an hour.
http://www.reverbnation.com/paddingtonambush

And then came the last set of the night from Matt Lapham and his Absinthe Trio bandmate Bobby Koelble on guitar, with Engstrom now on drums and Ito Colon on percussion. Matt had been telling me for years I needed to see Absinthe, but it just had not happened. I had seen Koelble once (or so I thought), but it was a Bear Creek Shak Nasti show with Roosevelt and madness, and I really didn’t “hear” him. WOW. WOW. WOW. And then I backtracked, realizing I had seen him before, several years ago, blowing us out at Jambando with Junkie Rush. The set this night was jazz, jazz, acid jazz, and it was so fine. But Bobby can bring the metal and the funk and the… everything.
https://www.facebook.com/bobby.koelble?fref=ts

My job is seriously impeding my ability to hear more music!

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Post Re: What's Your Next Show?
after lockn, gonna see moonalice in b-more


Wed Sep 04, 2013 2:52 am Profile
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Post Re: What's Your Next Show?
Dartdog82 wrote:
Grand Points North Festival - Sept. 14 & 15 Burlington, VT

Grace Potter 2 nights
Gov't Mule
Charles Bradley
Trombone Shorty
Felice Brothers
City and Colour
Shovels & Rope
Scott Tournet & Ver La Luz

http://www.grandpointnorth.com/


Get after show tickets, looks to be awesome:
Warren Haynes confirmed as a guest in Grand Point Dead!
Warren Haynes, the guitarist and vocalist of Gov’t Mule and the Allman Brothers Band, has confirmed plans to join in as one of the special guests for Grand Point Dead, the official Grand Point North Festival after party at Higher Ground. The house band will be led by Grace Potter and the Nocturnals’ guitarist Benny Yurco, and will celebrate the music of the Grateful Dead. Warren Haynes is no stranger to the Grateful Dead’s music, collaborating with several members of the band over the years, including the venerable Phil Lesh & Friends ensembles and The Dead’s 2004 and 2009 tours. Warren will be playing with Gov’t Mule at Grand Point North on Sunday, September 15th at Burlington’s Waterfront Park. Other confirmed guests for Grand Point Dead include Grace Potter, Matt Burr and Scott Tournet from the Nocturnals. The after party will begin at 10:30 at Higher Ground.

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Post Re: What's Your Next Show?
Pearl Jam Charlotte in Oct.
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