Does anyone have any pictures with Trey onstage with the Bros!?! This is the first Beacon run i’ve missed since ’97-Spending six months in Australia, the Beacon is definately the biggest sacrifice. =( but at least theirs live music all over down here =)
Anyone know where I could find the setlists for all the other bands? I have DTB and Mule, I’m still trying to find the Oteil setlist. Help would be greatly appriciated.
Here is Jaimoe’s letter…
I am writing to voice my feelings on trading tapes from the Big House Foundation Show at the Beacon on March 22. I speak only for myself – not for the Allman Brothers Band, Gov’t Mule, the Derek Trucks Band, or Oteil and the Peacemakers. This was a special benefit show, and all the musicians performed without charge, because they believe so strongly in this worthy cause. Since there are no commercial CD or DVD releases that people can buy to support the Foundation, in this particular case, I would greatly appreciate it if people did not freely trade tapes of this performance. Those in attendance paid a great deal of money to be there, so if anyone wants a tape of the show, they should make a donation to the Big House Foundation in exchange for the tape. I feel that this is right thing to do, and I urge you give from your heart while enjoying the music. Thank you for caring about the bands and the efforts of the Big House Foundation.
I urge you give from your heart while enjoying the music
I dont want to obligate anyone to do anything
nor do i want to be disrespect Jaimoe
I’m sorry if this post upsets anyone
Just wondering if any thought was given to releasing this show on cd, a benefit cd to aid the Big House Foundation. I’d definitely bye it, just a thought.
The Big House Benefit
Beacon Theatre – New York City
Set 5: Allman Brothers Band
Don’t Want You No More>
It’s Not My Cross to Bear
Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More
Woman Across the River
Stormy Monday (with Chuck Leavell, piano)
Jessica (with Chuck Leavell, Hammond)
Statesboro Blues (with Berry D. Oakley on bass)
One Way Out (with Berry D. Oakley and Johnny Neel, Hammond)
Encore: In Memory of Elizabeth Reed (with Chuck Leavell, Hammond and Trey Anastasio, guitar)