By Jenny Peters and Andy J. Gordon “The Last Waltz” was a famous concert performed by Canadian-American rock group The Band, held on Thanksgiving Day, November [...]
By Andy J. Gordon and Jenny Peters Two bands that are the real deal and seem to be on the verge of international stardom put on a masterful performance during a sold-out show [...]
By Jenny Peters and Andy J. Gordon The sun gods smiled on the opening weekend of the 46th annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, after heavy rains soaked the [...]
returned to the Fonda Theatre (formerly the Music Box) for a special pre-Halloween show on October 30th. Each year they select a classic rock band to cover for the occasion. They chose The Doors
for the 2013 special event and raised the level of anticipation by announcing that guest guitarist Robbie Kreiger
, a founding member of The Doors
, would join the band for the entire cover set. The sold out show was filled with Gov’t Mule
fans who remember The Doors music reverentially and even a few who may have seen the original band. The place was sold out and many came in wacky costomes. The first set covered a broad spectrum of old and new Gov’t Mule
material and the second set was a laundry list of Doors classics.
Gov’t Mule (www.mule.net) concluded their 2010 tour of the west coast with an inspiring show at the Music Box (www.themusicbox.la,) a beautifully renovated theater in Hollywood, CA. Coming off a long country-wide tour, the band seemed energized and excited to be performing for the Los Angeles area audience. The band’s knowledgeable fan base seems to span generations, because the group at the Music box ranged from members of Gen Y to some grizzled Baby Boomers.