Tim Palmieri

Hors d’Oeuvres: Rocking Out Cancer / World Wide Wyllys

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Wyllys launches a new website and Rocking Out Cancer announces first concert.

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Cover Wars: I Gotta Get Drunk (Willie Nelson)

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The latest installment of Cover Wars looks at covers of Willie Nelson's I Gotta Get Drunk.

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Guitarmageddon: Fuzz and Timmy P. Face Off at Gathering of the Vibes

Two of the best guitar players to come from Connecticut traded licks at Gathering of the Vibes last month, when Kung Fu/Breakfast axe-slinger Tim Palmieri sat in with six-stringer Fuzz and Deep Banana Blackout for ...

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Last Week’s Sauce: January 10th – 16th

Normally, I find the month of January to be a pretty uneventful one in the world of live music. Bands play big winter tours often leading up to a big New Year's Eve blowout, and ...

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Last Week’s Sauce: December 13th-19th

'Tis The Season for jamband reunions. Don't get confused, the inclusion of From Good Homes and Miracle Orchestra does not mean we set the time machine for Last Week's ...

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Last Week’s Sauce: August 16th – 22nd

I've been a little busy the past few weeks, so my apologies for neglecting this column. But I'm back and while technically I'm only supposed to be using performances from August 16th - 22nd, I ...

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Cover Wars: Any Major Dude Will Tell You

Any Major Dude Will Tell You is the third track on the 1974 Steely Dan album Pretzel Logic. Here's a funny excerpt from Blinded by the Lyrics...

"Okay, friends, break out ...

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Cover Wars: O-o-h Child Edition

O-o-h Child was originally recorded by Chicago's Five Stairsteps, it was released both as a single and on the 1970 album The Stairsteps. O-o-h Child reached #8 on the Billboard charts. What did ...

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Last Week’s Sauce: January 18th – 24th

Taking our weekly audio look back, there's a bit of a supergroup vibe going on. Tim Palmieri and Todd Stoops had the jazz/fusion thing going on in Kung Fu and Scott Metzger/Will Bernard channeled Hendrix ...

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Cover Wars: Dupree’s Diamond Blues

A friend of mine recently pointed out to me that we have never selected a Grateful Dead song for an edition of Cover Wars. I was somewhat aware of this, but he's right - it's ...

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CW: Don’t You (Forget About Me) Edition

Looking back on last week's Cover Wars, Tea Leaf Green has emerged victorious with over 50% of the vote. In 2nd place was The Allman Brothers Band and I am also very happy to report ...

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