Current Issue Details

Buy Current Issue


Published: 2012/12/04

Nigel Hall, Daniel Delacruz Join KDTU During Beastie Boys Tribute Show

Nigel Hall and Daniel Delacruz sat in with Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe during their Beastie Boys tribute show with members of Slightly Stoopid at the Best Buy Theatre in New York City this Saturday. Hall joined the group on organ during “Kool Is Back” toward the end of the set, while Delacruz played saxophone on “Apres Ski,” “Chance With You,” “Everybody Knows That,” “Kool Is Back,” “The Duel” and a cover The Speedometers “Accra International Airport.” None of the sit ins occurred during the Beastie Boys tribute portion of the show, which featured covers of classics like “Sabotage,” “Fight for Your Right to Party,” “Paul Revere,” “No Sleep Til Brooklyn” and “Brass Monkey.” The full setlist from Saturday’s concert can be viewed below.

As previously reported, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe have played a couple of Beastie Boys tribute concerts with Kyle McDonald, Oguer Ocon and DeLa of Slightly Stoopid in Boston and New York City. The group will take the shows to Philadelphia and Silver Springs, MD next week. You can watch videos of the band performing the Beastie Boys’ “Sabotage” and “Fight for Your Right to Party” here. Another video of them playing the Beastie Boys’ “Brass Monkey” can be viewed above.

Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe with members of Slightly Stoopid, December 1, 2012, Best Buy Theatre, New York, NY

1.  Apres Ski  w/ Daniel Delacruz on sax
2. Chance With You  w/ Daniel Delacruz on sax
3. Everybody Knows That  w/ Daniel Delacruz on sax
4. Odyseuss
5. B for my Name
6. Paul Revere
7. No Sleep Til Brooklyn
8. Brass Monkey
9. Fight for Your Right
10. So What’cha Want
11. Sabotage
12. Root Down
13. Sure Shot
14. Pow
15. Succo De Tangerina
16. Intergalactic
17.  Kool is Back w/ Nigel Hall on Organ, Daniel Delacruz on Sax
18. The Duel  w/ Daniel Delacruz on sax
19. Accra International Airport (Speedometers cover)
w/ Kyle McDonald on Guitar. w/ Daniel Delacruz on sax
Apres Ski w/ Daniel Delacruz on sax

Show 1 Comments