Photo Credit Suzy Perler
Steve Kimock kicked off the first night of his three-week NYC residency at Sullivan Hall last Wednesday with a performance jam-packed with rock legends. Scheduled special guests included New Orleans musician Henry Butler manning piano, Andy Hess of Gov’t Mule, Black Crowes and John Scofield on bass, and John Morgan Kimock of Crazy Engine, on drums. In addition, Donna Jean Godchaux (The Grateful Dead/Moonalice) and guitarist Marc Muller (Dead On: Recreating the Grateful Dead Note For Note) both stepped in to lend their talents on this stellar night of music.
According to Steve Kimock, “The show on Wednesday was awesome! It was ridiculous, so much better than I could have hoped. I knew it would be fine, since it’s a nice place with decent people, so the nature of the event was that it should have been cool, but it was extraordinary. I’m reeling.”
For video of this show, click here.
For full review of this show, click here.
The residency continues:
Wednesday, March 30th at Sullivan Hall, featuring special guests Marco Benevento, Marc Friedman (The Slip) and Adam Deitch (Lettuce, Breakscience)
Wednesday April 6 with opening act Moonalice and special guests John Molo
(Bruce Hornsby, Phil & Friends), Pete Sears (Hot Tuna) and Andy Hess.