Jeremy Gordon

Picture Show: 7 Walkers @ Brooklyn Bowl

Bill Kreutzmann, Papa Mali and Matt Hubbard brought the 7 Walkers to NYC’s Brooklyn Bowl on Tuesday night for a few classic Dead songs, some originals and a bunch of guests to fill the stage.

[All photos by Jeremy Gordon]

Sousaphone were tabbed to hold down the bass lines. Previously announced guests Henry Butler joined in on keyboards for a few songs and Joan Osborne – who toured with Kreutzmann as part of The Dead in 2003 – shared the vocal duties on Turn On Your Love Light, New Speedway Boogie and Sugaree. However, the highlight of the night was the appearance of singer Miss Tami Lynn (at the ripe young age of 69) as she came out to sing with Papa Mali on a slowed down and chilling version of Dr. John’s I Walk On Gilded Splinters.

7 Walkers continue their tour with an appearance at the Mountain Jam Music Festival tonight and will return to New York City’s City Winery on Sept. 2nd & 3rd. READ ON for a full gallery of Jeremy’s photos…

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Picture Show: Disco Biscuits @ Best Buy

Disco Biscuits shows have been few and far between in 2011, making this past weekend’s three-pack of performances in the heart of “Bisco Country” extra special. The band kicked off the brief run on Thursday and Friday at the Best Buy Theater in New York City before finishing it off at the Sherman Theater in Stroudsburg, PA on Saturday night.

[All photos by Jeremy Gordon]

The Philadelphia-based quartet mixed material from every era of the band’s history throughout the run. Here’s a look at the setlists…

04/14/11 @ Best Buy Theater – New York, NY

Set 1: Spectacle, Story Of The World1 > Bombs > Above The Waves2 > Spaga3

Set 2: Mindless Dribble > Run Like Hell > Confrontation2 > Mindless Dribble > Feeling Twisted > Run Like Hell
Encore: The Tunnel, Once The Fiddler Paid

1 – Unfinished
2 – Inverted
3 – Ending only

04/15/11 @ Best Buy Theater – New York, NY

Set 1: Kitchen Mitts, Grass Is Green > Vassillios > Minions > Voices Insane1 > Grass Is Green

Set 2: Spaga2 > Reactor3 > Tricycle > Humuhumunukunukuapua’a4 > Tempest, The Very Moon > Bernstein And Chasnoff4

Encore: Magellan

1 – Unfinished
2 – Dyslexic completion of 4/14 version
3 – Inverted
4 – Ending only

4/16/2011 @ Sherman Theater – Stroudsburg, PA

Set 1: Portal To An Empty Head, Aceetobee > Catalyst > Aceetobee, Digital Buddha > Lunar Pursuit > Digital Buddha

Set 2: Spraypaint > Spacebirdmatingcall, House Dog Party Favor, Neck Romancer, 42 > Spraypaint

Encore: We Like To Party

[via PT Bisco]

Hidden Track’s Jeremy Gordon was on hand last Thursday to shoot the first night of the run at the Best Buy Theater. READ ON for a full gallery…

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Review: The Biscuits Bring In 2009

Words: Carla Danca
Images: Jeremy Gordon

Fresh off the tropical and highly successful Holidaze in Jamica, The Disco Biscuits returned to a wintery New York City to close out the year and ready themselves for a full scale tour. Bassist Marc Brownstein may have acted coy during interviews about the five show, six night run in the center of Times Square during the busiest night of the year but fans certainly didn’t.

Neither the freezing cold winds nor the intense double ring of of cops and security surrounding the Nokia Theater scared off fans looking to party down or search out an extra. The band’s first attempt at playing a 5 night run at one venue, especially NYC during the holidays, couldn’t have gone better with at least 2 shows sold out well in advance and the others rumored to be at or near capacity.

READ ON for more of Carla’s review and Jeremy’s photos from the Nokia…

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Review: Lotus and Telepath @ Irving Plaza

Words: Carla Danca
Photos: Jeremy Gordon

This past Saturday night in New York City, two of Philadelphia’s finest jamtronica bands, Lotus and Telepath, held court at the sold out Fillmore NYC at Irving Plaza. With dozens of young fans (16+ show) milling about looking for extras Telepath got the night off to a blazing start.

The three piece keyboard, bass, and drums mixed in music and beats from India and Africa, packing the floor early with the faithful eager to celebrate the holidays. The band ran through an upbeat 45 minute set, which included a Jingle Bell Rock tease and a callout to those dressed in Santa outfits and glow charms. A few in the crowd even noticed Mike Rempel of Lotus joining in and playing his unplugged guitar just off stage, no wonder as he and band mate Chuck Morris had sat in the night before in Pittsburgh.

Finally it was Lotus’s turn to take the stage. After road testing their newest material in Boston, St Louis, Denver, San Francisco, New Orleans and more than a dozen other cities and over 40+ shows, the band showed what a difference a few months can make. Kicking off with the ever-evolving fan favorite Bellweather, Lotus interspersed new tunes with old and turned the main floor into a tightly packed sweatbox of delirious fans. The second set highlights included Age of Inexperience, Shimmer & Out, and of course the encore, Hammerstrike, which ended with Jesse Miller grabbing his keyboard and thrusting it upward in delight. READ ON for more Lotus goodness…

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