Dead & Company Live at Xfinity Theater on 2018-06-13
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|Feel Like a Stranger|
|I Know You Rider|
|Man Smart, Woman Smarter >|
|Viola Lee Blues|
Bob Weir -Vocals,Guitar
Bill Kreutzmann -Drums
Mickey Hart -Drums
John Mayer - Vocals,Guitar
Oteil Burbridge -Bass
Jeff Chimenti - Hammond B-3 Organ,Piano
Thanks to Jay for the clamp/hang space
Thanks to Dave for the tickets
- 2018-06-15 14:59:01
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- Xfinity Theater
Subject: Good Clean Fun!
Bobby and John were in excellent form, and nice to actually hear Bob's guitar along with John's. Drums were so good, especially with Oteil along with Mickey and Bill -- those guys are amazing! Seems like Jeff was on a relatively short leash -- would be nice to see more soaring organ. And thank you Johnathan Singer for excellent visuals! Blessed be.
Subject: Nice AUD Matrix!
I did attend the pair of Camden shows earlier this month, and, I could tell right away that this band had really found it's groove! It seems as if John Mayer is really coming into his own, and I see Bob turning more and more of the "front man" role over to John. The guy next to me at the Friday night 6/01/18 Camden show said that "this band is really nothing more than a tribute band with a few living band members still taking part." Perhaps technically this is correct. I can even see it eventually transitioning into what would be described as a tribute band, though I see it as keeping the flame that was lit back in 1965 alive for future generations! The remaining "boys" turning the reigns over to John & Jeff & Oteil and eventually bringing on new, younger musicians to begin preparing to take the old guys' places as age finally catches up with them. Still, I see today's Dead and Company as something much more. I hope the old guard has many more years of music in them; I know I have more years of dancing in me!
PS: God Bless Dr. Albert Hoffman and his "miracle" :-)
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