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Published: 2013/10/02

Addison Groove Project Invites Special Guests in Boston

Addison Groove Project followed up their Brooklyn Bowl show that featured Jennifer Hartswick and Natalie Cressman with an impressive outing close to home at Boston’s Paradise Rock Club. The band was joined by Rich Marscher (brother of AGP keyboardist Rob Marscher) on bass for the AGP original “Ganymede” as well as Aaron Bellamy, who played bass throughout the entire second set. Bellamy is familiar with the AGP family and is known for his work with Sam Kininger Band.

In addition to the guests, AGP also busted out some songs for the first time since reuniting. The band included old covers like Funkadelic’s “Hit It and Quit It” as well as Tower of Power’s “What is Hip?” to complement Led Zeppelin’s “The Ocean” as well as the show closing cover of The Talking Heads’ “Making Flippy Floppy.” Check out the full setlist below.

Set One:
Pablo’s Reality*
Waiting For The Polls To Close
Ganymede (w/Rich Marscher on bass)*
Juniper* —>
The Ocean*
Hit It And Quit It*
Nuggetts The Shaker

Set Two:
Don’t Worry
Carpal Tunnel
People Say
Tears >
Organ Donor
Crullers & NyQuil
What Is Hip?*

Encore: Making Flippy Floppy

*First time played since reuniting

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