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E: Johnny B. Goode
This show demonstrates the continued growth and maturity of Derek Trucks as a super musician. I think his recent tour with Eric Clapton and the avice he got about “playing louder” on the leads has helped him to a higher level as a guitarist. Last night, he took every lead he got and just soared, and yet at the same time his interplay with Warren is sweet. What really caught my ear wasn’t just his slide playing (which is the best) but his straight ahead lead which in previous years I thought to be considered as one of the greats of modern guitar he could improve. Last night confirmed that for me and made me a believer that he is for the ages.
Also, a shout out to Ron Holloway who gave a great performance on sax with some solos and interplay with Warren & Derek on a few extended jams.
Here’s the Setlist for Nissan
Ain’t Wastin Time No More
Soulshine – Ron Holloway on sax
Good Mornin Little Schoolgirl – Jeff Chimenti on keys
Leave My Blues at Home
Trouble No More
The Same Thing – Ron Holloway on sax
The Same Thing Reprise
Does anybody know how strict the security is in the lot? The venue website says no bar-b-ques and no alcohol. This would suck. Will there be any scene at all? Someone who’s been there before please let me know