OKP contributing photographer, Scott Goldberg, attended Furthur's November 3rd perfomance in Manchester, NH with camera in hand and we are pleased to share his view through the lens with you. We take special joy in Scott's double-exposed shots, enjoy! All photos copyrighted by AM Dew Photos 2011.
Sunday, November 20, 2011
|photo via @furthurband|
Set One: Golden Road to Unlimited Devotion > I Need a Miracle > Wang Dang Doodle > Althea, Tom Thumb's Blues, Money for Gasoline, It Must Have Been the Roses > Throwin' Stones > One More Saturday Night
Set Two: China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider > Jack Straw, Unbroken Chain > Viola Lee Blues > King Solomon's Marbles > Death Don't Have No Mercy, Bertha > Good Lovin'
Encore: Black Muddy River
DAUD recorded by Jeff Frank
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