Tag Archives: Wagon Wheel

Countdown to Bonnaroo: 17 Days – Artist of the Day: Old Crow Medicine Show

23 May

It will be a get down good time on Saturday afternoon, June 11 as Old Crow Medicine Show, bring their folk, bluegrass sound back to Bonnaroo.  The Nashville, Tennessee based band should feel right at home and put on an energetic set worth catching.  Having recently wrapped up the Railroad Revival Tour with Mumford & Sons and Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, I wouldn’t be shocked to see some surprise guests at some point during the show (M&S perform three hours later).   Best known for the song, “Wagon Wheel,” I for one can’t wait to hear this tune live and in person.

Saturday 2:00 PM – 3:15 PM – Which Stage

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Revisited: Mumford & Sons – 4 15 11 – Boulevard Pool – Las Vegas

21 Apr

“Originally appeared in Vegas Seven

Check out my most recent concert review of Mumford & Sons from April 15 at the Boulevard Pool at Cosmopolitan.  You can also click HERE to for the setlist and images.

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49 Days Until Bonnaroo, 49 Reasons To Look Forward to June 9-12

21 Apr

We are 49 days away from Bonnaroo!!  Since I’m claiming it as a holiday, here are 49 Reasons to look forward to Bonnaroo June 9-12.

49. Saying you are going to Tennessee just sounds so good

48. GIVERS are going to be going Up! Up! Up! after playing the festival

47. Bonnaroo Buzz from Ben & Jerry’s

46. Getting a chance to hear an amazing talent in Bobby Long

45. A good excuse to go buy galoshes

44. Justin’s Maple Almond Butter packets in tow

43. Donald Glover is part of the comedy line-up

42. Getting a chance to see The Band of Heathens live!

41. The legend, Henry Rollins

40. “Let’s Go Surfing” by The Drums

39.  Mud sliding during and after the rain

38. Sonic Stage

37. Florence Welch – I can’t wait to see her perform

36. Grace Potter

35. Matt & Kim’s intro music (Beastie Boys – “No Sleep Til Brooklyn”) and they’re fun live

34.  Check out the works on display at the Poster Art Exhibit

33. Portugal. The Man

32. The cinema but only if The Big Lebowski or My Blue Heaven are playing

31. Listening to Ryan Bingham play tracks off Mescalito, his first album

30. Since Jimmy Fallon announced the initial line-up maybe hope that he and The Roots show-up as a surprise guests

29. Old Crow Medicine Show belt out “Wagon Wheel”

28. Les Claypool

27. Checking out Eminem to see if he reaches way back and busts out D12 “Purple Pills”

26. The Black Keys rock out (I’ve been blown away by their performances twice this year already)

25. Grammy Winners Arcade Fire play yet another festival as a headliner and after years on the smaller stages

24. Getting down with Galactic

23. Late night with Bootsy Collins

22. A chance to see The Decemberists before the pack it in

21. Planet Roo

20. The only way I’ll see Lil Wayne because I know I wouldn’t buy a ticket to just his concert

19.  Have you ever seen Ray LaMontagne live?

18. Austin’s Finest – Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears

17. The Silent Disco

16. Listen to blues music with G. Love

15. Lewis Black, nuff said

14. Party into the night with Girl Talk

13. Seeing the sun rise

12. Mumford & Sons play their largest show to date

11. The honor of seeing Mr. Robert Plant live

10. Hearing Warren Haynes play “Soulshine”

9. One more time to see Gregg Allman before it’s too late

8. Superjam

7. Late night with Dr. John and the Original Meters

6.  Surprise performances that are sure to be in store this year

5. Celebrate 25 years of Widespread Panic

4. Celebrate the 10th anniversary of Bonnaroo

3. String Cheese Incident do their thing

2. In my lifetime getting a chance to see Buffalo Springfield perform live

1. Four days listening to music and camping with great friends

Of course there are a whole lot more than 49 reasons to look forward to Bonnaroo so feel free to drop yours in the comment section below.

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Revisited: Mumford & Sons – Las Vegas – 4 15 11 – Set List and Images

16 Apr

Last night was one heck of a show.  Mumford & Sons first time ever playing Las Vegas and what a night it was!  Be sure to check out the review coming out in Vegas Seven next week but until then, here’s the set list and some images courtesy of Erik Kabik.

Mumford & Sons – 4 15 11 – Las Vegas

 1. Sigh No More

2. Awake My Soul

3. Roll Away Your Stone

4. Nothing Is Written – new song

5. White Blank Page

6. Timshel

7. Earth Below My Feet – new song

8. Little Lion Man

9. Lover Of The Light – new song

10. Thistle & Weeds

11.  Lovers Eyes – new song

12.  Dust Bowl Dance

Encore Break

13. Cover : Old Crow Medicine Show  – Wagon Wheel

14. Winter Winds

15. The Cave


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