Monday, May 17, 2010

Trey Anastasio Debut’s Two Songs at The Hangout Beach Music Festival

Last night on the Gulf Shores of Alabama Trey Anastasio Band played a smoking headlining set at the first ever Hangout Beach Music and Arts Festival. The set webcasted for free live via iClips featured the breakout of two new songs, “Burn That Bridge” a white-boy blues ditty with an adult contemporary feel, Clapton-esque lyrics and catchy blues hooks. The second debut “Sailboat Man” was a Jimmy Buffett influenced reggae tune “written last week just for the festival and being on the beach” according to Trey. It felt like “Makisupa” meets “Shine” meets “Son of a Son of a Sailor.” The extremely well played festival set also saw two covers dusted off for the first time in a few years. The Charlie Daniels Band original “The Devil Went Down To Georgia” last played on June 13th, 2004 and The Band’s “Makes No Difference” last played May 14th, 2005 both sounded impressive and were well executed. “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” featured a crunchy metal influenced tone out of Red's guitar. Trey Anastasio and Classic TAB have no other shows planned at this time. Trey will be on the road with Phish in 25 days.

Check out the complete setlist

Video: Phish "Axis: Bold as Love" 8.11.93 Club Eastbrook ~ Grand Rapids, MI



  

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