Steve Kimock Band to Release New Live CDs from the Archives
The Steve Kimock Band has announced that it will release two double live CDs from its official archive. The first show was recorded at Midtown in Bend, OR on April 19, 2003 and the second concert is from April 27, 2003 at Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver, CO and features an acoustic first set. Both releases will be available during the upcoming tour.
Meanwhile, the bands summer schedule has been updated. New dates include July 10 at The Mint in Hailey, ID, July 27 at the Fuji Rock Festival in Japan and August 15 at the Berkshire Mountain Music Festival in Great Barrington, MA.
Kimock will also join the Everyone Orchestra on July 18 and 19 at the Crystal Ballroom in Portland, OR. The specific line-up has not yet been announced.
For Kimocks full schedule, visit www.kimock.com.
Members of The Dead joined Steve Winwood during his opening set last night at PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, NJ. At the end of the set, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann and Joan Osborne sat in for Winwoods classic Gimme Some Lovin.
Later in the evening, Winwood collaborated with The Dead on Baba Jingo, Low Spark of the High-Heeled Boys’ and The Music Never Stopped, which also featured saxophonist Randall Bramblett. Drummer Walfredo Reyes jr. and percussionist Edison ‘Cafuot; da Silva also joined in for a portion of the set.
The Dead plays Friday with Willie Nelson at Tweeter Waterfront in Camden, NJ. The full schedule is available at www.dead.net.