February 22, 2010

Briefly: Free Trey Webcast Tomorrow

Trey Anastasio & Classic TAB Tour rolls on to St. Louis tomorrow and if you can’t make it out to The Pageant for the show, you can watch the show

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Stormy Mondays: The Bad Plus NYE

To steal a shtick from Ethan Iverson, we at Stormy Mondays believe in recycling. And what better thing to recycle that The Bad Plus’s NYE set at the Village Vanguard,

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Grateful Dead Road Trip Vol. 3 No. 2

We’ve been waiting for word on what show(s) would make up the next Grateful Dead Road Trips archival release and we finally found out this weekend. As part of last

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Briefly: Intimate UM Performance in NYC

Before prog-jammers Umphrey’s McGee’s concert at the Nokia Theatre here in NYC on Thursday evening, the Chicago-based sextet will record a live performance and interview for CBS Radio’s The Street

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Pullin’ ‘Tubes: Hall & Chrome-oates

While the Bonnaroo all-day lineup reveal didn’t quite have the same feel as say, Selection Sunday, among the scores of HT faves and fantastic big name acts was the curious

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Vid: Vampire Weekend – Giving Up The Gun

For their latest video, our favorite Ivy-league bred, world music-loving group, Vampire Weekend, have teamed up with RZA, Lil’ John, Jake Gyllenhaal & Joe Jonas for this Wes Anderson meets

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Review: ALO @ The Fillmore

We’re expanding our presence in the Bay Area with the addition of music journalist Kyle Fortinsky to the Hidden Track staff. Fittingly, Kyle’s first post is a review of ALO’s Saturday night show at The Fillmore in San Francisco.

An ALO show is the perfect atmosphere to meet the one you’re destined to be with – everyone tends to be forthcoming, social and responsive. An accidental elbow in your back turns into a hand resting on your shoulder and a grinning apology. A sip of beer and a smile becomes an intriguing conversation and, before you know it, a new connection.

Thank the band for this. Members Zach Gill (keyboards, ukulele, accordion, vocals), Dan “Lebo” Lebowitz (guitars, percussion, vocals), Steve Adams (bass, vocals) and Dave Brogan (drums, vocals) execute in a way that ensures communal, familial experiences. Their songwriting is playful and positive, their performances jovial, and their stage presence leads you to believe there’s an ongoing bet as to who can smile the longest. To the unfamiliar, ALO’s moniker, Animal Liberation Orchestra, speaks to the group’s goal of helping fans release their inner groove monster – that “animal” who’s laid dormant far too long and needs to step out for a serious, two hour dance session.

READ ON for more of Kyle’s thoughts on ALO at the Fillmore…

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Picture Show: Trey Anastasio – Minneapolis

The Trey Anastasio and Classic TAB Tour rolled on this weekend with stops in Minneapolis on Saturday and Kansas City on Sunday. Keeping with the pattern he set at Terminal 5 last Tuesday, Big Red has been breaking out the acoustic at the end of each first set for a number of Phish classics.

[All photos of Minneapolis TAB by Joe Ringus]

Let’s take a look at the setlists from both the Kansas City and Minneapolis shows courtesy of our friends at Dog Gone Blog

February 20, 2010
State Theater
Minneapolis, MN

Set I: Last Tube, Shine, Cayman Review, Push on til the Day, Mozambique, Drifting, Night Speaks to a Woman, Tuesday, Sand, Joy*, Water in the Sky*, Bathtub Gin*, Sleep Again*, Farmhouse*, Waste*, Chalkdust Torture*

Set II: Gotta Jibboo, Valentine, Money, Love and Change, Liquid Time, Alaska, Goodbye Head, Mr. Completely, Show of Life, Black Dog

E: First Tube

* Trey solo acoustic

February 21, 2010
Uptown Theatre
Kansas City, MO

Set 1: Shine, Push On, Alive Again, Birdwatcher, Mozambique, Cayman Review, Dragonfly, Night Speaks to a Woman, Valentine, Let Me Lie, Sweet Dreams Melinda, Money Love & Change, Tuesday, Backwards Down the Line*, Brian & Robert*, Back on the Train*, Sample in a Jar*, Wilson*

Set 2: Gotta Jiboo, Liquid Time, Sand, Goodbye Head > Mr. Completely, Alaska, Sultans of Swing

E: Show of Life, First Tube

* Trey Solo Acoustic

Did you hit either of these shows? Let us know what you thought…

READ ON for a full gallery of TAB photos by Joe Ringus…

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Televised Tune: On the Tube This Week

Anyone that watched Scrubs knows that Zach Braff has good taste in music. Artists like Martin Sexton, The Shins and Colin Hay were featured prominently on the show. So it

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