In 1996, two Washington DC area DJs named Rob Garza and Eric Hilton decided to team up and create music together. Now, more than twenty years later, their glorious collective known as Thievery Corporation has performed the world over, releasing countless hits steeped in rich melancholic grooves. With an ever-present Brazilian influence in their music, Thievery Corporation is Garza and Hilton at the foundation, with a tight-knit backing band and an awesome collection of rotating vocalists that made their presence felt throughout the career-spanning performance.When a band such as TC celebrates its 20th anniversary, there are few places as fitting as Red Rocks Amphitheatre. The Morrison, CO venue has played host to Thievery a grand total of seven times, dating back to 2010, but the performance held last Friday, May 13th certainly carried some extra weight. The show started with Late Night Radio and Emancipator Ensemble, the full-band project of acclaimed producer Emancipator. The live show kept people engaged, as Emancipator spun some of his classic tunes and material from the newer Seven Seas album. Read the review here.Thievery performed a full 22 song setlist, powered by a number of hits from the band’s lengthy career and one choice cover of Grateful Dead’s “Fire On The Mountain.” The set opened with The Richest Man In Babylon song “Heaven’s Gonna Burn Your Eyes,” and mixed classics from the band’s lengthy career. Material from the newest release, Saudade, came in the form of “Depth Of My Soul,” while the set featured a non-stop array of soulful grooves; the only way TC knows how to do it.Between Thievery Corporation’s uniquely addicting music and the sold-out crowd at one of the country’s most beautiful venues, its no surprise that this show was simply incredible. Take a look below at the full twenty-two career spanning songs performed throughout the night, including the finale of “Lebanese Blonde.”Check out a full gallery of images below, courtesy of Phierce Photo: Load remaining images
Load remaining images Photo: Vic Brazen Last night, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead wrapped up their third and final show with bassist Oteil Burbridge (Dead & Company), as regular bassist Dave Dreiwitz is currently on tour with Ween. Joe Russo’s Almost Dead with Oteil Burbridge kicked things off with a two-night run, Thursday and Friday, at Philadelphia’s Tower Theatre. The final show of the short run with Burbridge concluded Saturday night, at The Anthem in Washington, DC.Joe Russo’s Almost Dead opened up the first set with “Rubin and Cherise”, laying down some silky-smooth harmonies, before taking no time to move into “Eyes Of The World”. Joe Russo and Oteil Burbridge quickly found each other, allowing for Tom Hamilton and Scott Metzger to shoot it to the moon, bouncing back and forth off of each other’s guitar solos. The quintet kept things rolling as they worked through “Let It Grow”, before covering Donny Hathaway’s “Magnificent Sanctuary Band”. JRAD pushed on through a roaring rendition of “I Need A Miracle”, before raising the bar even higher, as they brought the first set to a close with “China Cat Sunflower” > “I Know You Rider”.After giving fans a moment to collect themselves and take a breather, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead came back out to open their second set with “Good Lovin’”. Marco Benevento really took things away with his keyboard wizardry, as Russo rolled through his kit with his octopus-like movements. Jerry Garcia’s “Cats Under The Stars” followed “Good Lovin’”, with Hamilton firing off some sensational guitar licks, as the Anthem crowd cheered the band on. Bob Weir’s politically-driven “Throwing Stones” was next, before Oteil Burbridge led the five-piece through “High Time”, taking the lead on vocals. A massive “Terrapin Suite” brought the second set to a close, with the band firing off on all cylinders late into the night. Joe Russo’s Almost Dead came back out to encore “U.S. Blues” and “One More Saturday Night”, appropriately ending the Saturday night dance party on a high note.Joe Russo’s Almost Dead – “High Time” – 10/20/2018[Video: crg144]Next, the core members of Joe Russo’s Almost Dead will regroup to perform two sets at the Suwannee Hulaween pre-party on October 25th. Then, a few weeks later, Joe Russo, Marco Benevento, Tom Hamilton, Dave Dreiwitz, and Scott Metzger will swing through California for two nights at The Wiltern in Los Angeles on November 8th and 9th and two nights at the Fox Theatre in Oakland on November 10th and 11th.For more information and tickets to Joe Russo’s Almost Dead’s fall tour dates, head to the band’s website.Below, you can view a gallery of photos from Saturday night’s Anthem show via photographer Vic Brazen.Setlist: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead | The Anthem | Washington D.C. | 10/20/2018Set One: Rubin and Cherise> Eyes of the World> Let it Grow, Magnificent Sanctuary Band, I Need a Miracle> China Cat Sunflower> I Know You RiderSet Two: Good Lovin’> Cats Under the Stars> Throwing Stones, High Time*, Terrapin SuiteEncore: U.S. Blues, One More Saturday Night*Oteil on vocalsJoe Russo’s Almost Dead | The Anthem | Washington, D.C. | 10/20/2018 | Photos: Vic Brazen
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