Tour Dates: Primed For Primus

We keep our eyes peeled for new tour dates announcements each week and compile them on Tuesdays for this handy column… On September 13, quirky funk-rock act Primus will release

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Last Week’s Sauce: September 13th – 19th

Two of the five bands featured in today’s edition of Last Week’s Sauce offer acoustic performances from acts that normally rely heavily on electric guitars. Furthur contributes a track that has been 40 years in the making, we’ve got a very jazzy Beatles cover and close it out with a fantastic live recording of Pavement.

You can download all of this week’s audio in one easy to listen to MP3 that we call the Last Week’s Sauce Podcast, click here to download.

[Thanks to DATBRAD for this week’s photo]

The Black Crowes – My Morning Song, Miracle To Me
Date & Venue: 2010-09-19 Thomas Wolfe Auditorium – Asheville, NC
Taper & Show Download: Gordon Wilson

The Black Crowes played an acoustic first set in Asheville this past Sunday and it is incredible. The two songs embedded below close the set. If you are a fan of this band I recommend downloading the entire acoustic set and adding it to your collection. The Crowes play tomorrow at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Houston, TX.


Morning Song from the electric 2nd set:

READ ON for tracks from Furthur, JFJO, and The Machine…

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Tour Dates: More Jenny Solo Shows

The ever adorable Jenny Lewis will once again hit the road for a lengthy solo tour that finds the former child actor and Rilo Kiley front woman hitting a mix

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Benevento, Mathis & Dillon: Knitting Factory, NY, NY 3.9.07

As always, Benevento ranged across the keys, exploring melodies, harmonies and healthy doses of dissonance with equal skill and abandon. In the middle, Mathis anchored the sound, keeping the pace as Benevento and Dillon jockeyed for position. A consummate bass player and musician, Mathis served as the glue for the shape-shifting drums and keys.

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Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey: The Sameness of Difference

JFJO enters an area that they previously let lay untouched. They stray away from their wild unruly live performances and move to a cohesion and maturity as a band. They bring highs to jazz that are virtually unheard of today while continuing to weave together solid song basses. The Sameness of Difference is filled with obvious stand outs.

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