October 2006

Happy Halloween From Hidden Track

We don’t have any poisoned Three Musketeers or Syphilis-infested Twix bars, but we are doling out a heaping handful of old Halloween shows today. Enjoy the free streams, and remember

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Pullin' 'Tubes

It’s Tuesday, time for another exciting edition of Pullin’ ‘Tubes. Now if you would please, let’s all turn to the music section of your hymnals, and let’s begin on three

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What a Beautiful Buzz

Our man on the inside of Sunday night’s much-discussed, oft-Googled Rolling Stones concert bartered Injun-style with a member of Scorsese’s thugs for this copy of an annotated setlist. Interestingly enough, Brown Sugar is listed on this dually notarized document, but the band omitted it from the actual performance. Racism? I sure as shit wouldn’t rule it out.


Anyway, Hal Hansen’s a Friend of the Program here, and he so graciously offered to submit us a full review of the evening’s festivities. What follows is probably the most comprehensive review of anything ever, but it’ll also serve as the best eyewitness recap from the perspective of That Random Guy Just Like You that you’ll find anywhere on the information superhighway. So read on after the jump, or else Hal will surely cut you…job well done, sir.

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The Royal Tenenbrahs Saga Continues…

Umphrey’s McGee played the first night of a two-show quasi-homestand at Chicago’s Aragon Ballroom on December 30th, 2005, and that evening Brett Saul captured a great picture from the stage that has made it all around the world wide web.


Judging from the front rail alone, you can probably guess that this particular UM concert was an all ages show. We know, that’s not new, you’ve seen this photo before. But there’s plenty more to the story…

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Shine A Light: Rolling Stones

Our friend and unofficial photographer/videographer Hal Hansen went down to the Beacon Theater last night for the first of two Scorsese-filmed Rolling Stones shows, and he’ll weigh in with an

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Monday's Hors d'Oeuvres

Welcome to the working week, where we feel your pain. But that’s why we exist, to help you slowly dip yourself back into the groove with these fine links: Omega Moos: Best

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Less Peakin' at the Beacon?

Word has it the Allman Brothers may be forced to take up residency somewhere else when their time comes to plant their lazy asses in New York for a month.

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