Remembering The Most Legendary Bowlive Jams With Derek Trucks, Warren Haynes, & More

first_imgThis year’s Bowlive is currently underway with stellar guests lined up. After a successful first week, which included Soulive collaborations with Karl Denson, Doyle Bramhall II, Antwaun Stanley, The Snarky Puppy Horns, Sam Kininger, The London Souls, and more, the party will continue this week – starting Wednesday with Grant Kwiecinski (GRiZ), Son Little, and The Shady Horns. On Thursday, John Scofield and The Shady Horns will once again combine their musical efforts for a set of “Sco-Live.” On Friday, funk bassist George Porter Jr., up-and-coming soul star Marcus King, and The Shady Horns will jump in on the action, after an opening set from Los Colognes. On Saturday, Lettuce bandmates Nigel Hall and The Shady Horns will complete the Soulive experience, with opening music from Butcher Brown. To gear up for this week’s Bowlive, we’re looking back at some of our favorite memories.Part of the glory of these Bowlive shows are the unexpected moments. You truly never know who will walk through the doors of the Brooklyn Bowl, especially when Eric Krasno, Neal Evans, and Alan Evans are hosting a show. Last week, it was Kamasi Washington!Bowlive has proved this many times in years past. Few feelings will ever compare to those of seeing Derek Trucks and Warren Haynes walk into the Brooklyn Bowl at half past midnight to play with whoever else Soulive had billed for the evening. It could have been anyone from George Porter Jr. to Robert Randolph, as every evening was packed to the brim with exciting guests.There was even the time Oteil Burbridge and Kofi Burbridge ran in for a surprise third set, giving birth to the idea of the All Brothers Band, a super group with brothers Burbridge and Neal & Alan Evans. “Oteil and Kofi said they were going to try and make it down but we hadn’t heard or seen them by the end of our show at the Bowl,” Neal told L4LM. “So we end the night after long evening of music and all of a sudden Kofi and Oteil come running in.  A lot of the audience left because they thought it was the end of the show but we went on for another set. We were all tired but as soon as we started playing, something magical happened. That was definitely a night to remember!!”With so many concerts happening around the clock in New York City, there’s no telling who else might stop in to jam with Soulive for this year’s Bowlive. See below for some of our favorite memories.“Thrill Is Gone,” Soulive feat. Derek Trucks and Warren Haynes 3/8/13“So Live!” feat. Oteil Burbridge & Kofi Burbridge 3/21/14“The Sky Is Crying,” Soulive feat. Derek Trucks, Warren Haynes, Robert Randolph, Saunders Sermons 3/8/13“Soul Serenade,” Soulive feat. Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi 3/12/10“A Change Is Gonna Come,” Soulive feat. Derek Trucks, Nigel Hall, Ledisi, Matt Owens, James Casey 3/10/12“One In Seven,” Soulive, feat. Derek Trucks 3/8/13“Manic Depression,” Soulive feat. Derek Trucks and Nigel Hall 3/10/12“Aint No Use,” Soulive feat. Warren Hayes, George Porter Jr., The Shady Horns 3/14/14“Come Together,” Soulive feat. Warren Haynes and Brandon Niederauer 3/22/14“How Sweet It Is,” Soulive feat. Warren Haynes, George Porter Jr., Nikki Bluhm 3/14/14“He Bite Me,” Soulive feat. Warren Haynes, George Porter Jr. (3/14/14)Bowlive 2014 Set 3 with Soulive, George Porter Jr, Nikki Bluhm, Shady Horns, and Warren Haynes 3/14/14See below for the 2017 Bowlive lineup:last_img

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