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Standing alone in front of a 1931 National steel guitar, a single-stringed diddley bow, an African banjo, and a standard acoustic guitar, he systematically picked each up again and again through two one-hour sets that transported an audience.
More than twenty years on and My Morning Jacket is still resonating with its audience.
There are only a few shows remaining on this tour before Rateliff relaunches his “And It’s Still Alright” solo tour that was cancelled because of the pandemic.
Drive-By Truckers didn’t let up the entire evening, burning through their set like 350 heads on a 305 engine.
A band from Boston came in and shook up the hipsters in Chicago with their own brand of down and dirty blues.
If those crowds continue, the Teskey Brothers will know soon enough that 2023 was their year!
This evening served as a prime example of how the power of music can help bring people together.
The evening was broken down into two generous sets, with nine songs stemming from their recent release and fourth studio album, ‘Grand Salami Time!’ – recorded with Mitch Easter.