JLB @ Beach House Cafe 03.29.14

The Jed Luckless Band wraps up JLB March Madness with a return to the Beach House Cafe in Greenwich, CT! As usual it was a rainy night at on Sound Beach Avenue, but that didn’t keep the crowd from coming to party, and the band delivers, with a high energy show full of fun special guests.

Filling in on bass is Al Buonanno, and he does a stellar job right off the bat with with the JLB original “Still In Luv With U.” The rest of Set I delivers a mix of Grateful Dead, Beatles and Bob Dylan, along with the classic “Dancing In THe Streets” to celebrate JLB’s three year anniversary, and the Beach House Cafe’s Tenth Anniversary. The set closes with special guest Charlie Lagond on saxophone, joining in for an awesome “Eyes Of THe World” and “Not Fade Away” combo.

Second set features several Mark Gutenplan originals, including another sit-in by Charlie on “Englishtown,” paired with “I Know You Rider.” More classic rockers like “Mighty Quinn” and “After Midnight” round out the set, with Mickey Glauber and a variety of other vocalists joining in the fun.

Lots of fun tunes, special guests and great energy make this an awesome party with JLB at the Beach House! Enjoy 🙂

Jed Luckless Band 03.29.14

-Set 1- (60:07)
01. Still In Luv With U (05:19)
02. Shakedown Street (11:47)
03. Dear Prudence (07:57)
04. Tangled Up In Blue (07:36)
05. Dancing In The Streets (10:10)
06. Eyes Of The World > (09:24)
07. Not Fade Away (07:51)

-Set 2- (47:50)
01. Road Trip (06:30)
02. Sugaree (09:21)
03. Englishtown > (07:50)
04. I Know You Rider (06:56)
05. The Mighty Quinn (07:07)
06. After Midnight > (06:01)
07. Deal (04:02)

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