MOTHER FUCKING BACONA-BARNA-BORINGROO Neil Young - Dead and Co - Mumford and Sons Ryan Adams - My Morning Jacket (latenight) – John Prine - The Avett Brothers - Last Waltz 40 (latenight) ft Warren Haynes, Dr. John, Jamey Johnson, Don Was, Terence Higgins, Danny Louis, An All-Star Horn Section Led By Mark Mullins Featuring The Original Horn Arrangements Of Allen Toussaint, Cyril Neville, Dave Malone, Bob Margolin, and Garth Hudson Phil and Friends ft Cass McCombs, Jackie Greene, Neal Casal, Adam MacDougall, Mark Levy Jason Ibell & the 400 unit – Mavis Staples – Drive-By Truckers Conor Oberst w/ The Felice Brothers - Preservation Hall Jazz Band Dave Rawlings Machine w/ Gillian Welch and Willie Watson - Dr. Dog Dawes - M. Ward - Deer Tick (latenight) - Matthew Logan Vasquez
Superjam: Neil Young, Phil Lesh, Garth Hudson, Don Was, Mavis Staples, Dawes, and Dave Rawlings Machine peform the music of Bob Dylan
Bluegrass Superjam: Del McCoury, David Grisman, Sam Bush, Jim James, Infamous Stringdusters, and Earls of Leicester Tribute to the Grand Ole Opry
Undrafted free agents (not in order) Noah Gundersen Julian Baker Rayland Baxter Dead Man Winter Shovels and Rope Traveller ft Jonny Fritz, Robert Ellis, Cory Chisel St Paul & the Broken Bones Del and Dawg John Moreland Glen Hansard Strand of Oaks Hiss Golden Messenger Leon Bridges Calexico Brandi Carlile Nathaniel Rateliff and the Nightsweats Blake Mills First Aid Kit Lucinda Williams J Roddy Walston & the Business Justin Townes Earle Phosphorescent Jackson Browne Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires Booker T’s Stax Revue Gov’t Mule Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Sam Bush Band Earls of Leicester Caitlin Rose Will Johnson Amos Lee Steve Earl and the Dukes Los Lobos Margo Price Nikki Lane Sarah Jarosz The Infamous Stringdusters Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue The Suffers
Ken Bone-aroo David Gilmour | Jay Z | Eric Clapton The Prodigy | David Byrne | Yusuf/Cat Stevens Grizzly Bear | Grace Jones | Hot Chip | MF Doom | Caribou | Andrew Bird | The Magnetic Fields | The Zombies | John Carpenter Of Montreal | Jon Hopkins | Method Man And Redman | Wolf Parade SuperJam!* | John Cale performing The Velvet Underground & Nico | Rufus Du Sol Earl Sweatshirt | Deerhunter | Sasha & John Digweed | The B-52s | Unknown Mortal Orchestra Jose Gonzalez & the String Theory | The Antlers | Devendra Banhart | Jean Michel-Jarre Woodkid | Perfume Genius | Kiasmos | Gesaffelstein | Pond | Gojira | Parquet Courts | Andy Stott | Woods Nils Frahm | Destroyer | Mount Kimble | Pantha Du Prince | Warpaint | Shlohmo | Xiu Xiu | Digitalism | Bicep Mount Eerie | David August | Bob Moses | Ricardo Villalobos | Apparat | Roosevelt | DJ Koze Clark | Collin Stetson | KiNK | Motor City Drum Ensemble | Max Cooper
*Psychedelic Funk Superjam Hosted By David Byrne Featuring Dan Snaith of Caribou, Alexis Taylor of Hot Chip, Daniel Rossen of Grizzly Bear, Dan Bejar Of Destroyer, And Bradford Cox of Deerhunter + Many Special Guests!
Post by Jim "Mad Quarantined" Mattis on May 8, 2017 19:15:40 GMT -5
Day by Day:
50th Anniversary Montery International Pop Super Jam! - led by Dean Ween featuring members of Widespread Panic, the Disco Biscuits, and the Robert Glasper Experiment with Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Esperanza Spalding, Gavin Harrison and Pat Mastelotto of King Crimson, Maxwell, John Dwyer of Thee Oh Sees, and Regina Spektor with special guests David Crosby and Carlos Santana
Playing hits from Jimi Hendrix, Jefferson Airplane, Otis Redding, The Who, The Grateful Dead, Big Brother and The Holding Company, Bufffalo Springfield, The Byrds, Simon & Garfunkel, and The Mamas & Papas.
If You’re Going to Make Me...Bluegrass SuperJam led by Tim Heidecker featuring members of Railroad Earth, the Lumineers, Iron & Wine, and Hurray for the Riff Raff with Alison Krauss, Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Brandi Carlile, and special guest Eric Wareheim
Ha, we shouldn't get penalized for being shitty at graphic design. If that's the case its easily Suf v. King T.
Don't worry, poster design didn't factor into my decision at all. Honestly, I still chuckle when I see yours. Something about the pose Maddog is in.
And you got DJ Koze. That by itself almost guarantees a vote from me! I think you and Ken Bone are the only two with the Koze magic.
Also, cdevaney, I think it might have been you that was wondering about how many lineups people selected last round? I only selected 5 last round. I'm only voting for 4 this round, since my 5th got dropped out last round. Those were my top 5, I could have selected more, but those were the 5 I felt strongest about, and didn't want to dilute my vote too much.
Post by Jim "Mad Quarantined" Mattis on May 8, 2017 21:28:03 GMT -5
^that was me. That makes sense, there's nothing wrong with voting any particular way. I was thinking more along the lines of dilution, like if someone voted for themselves, or if someone just voted for their favorite, and then someone else votes for 10 different ones, how much that's changing things.
It's interesting that Pepe wanted to have it called with him not getting 17 votes, those people now have all the power to oust him going forward.
I figured I'd clench the female vote. I mean looki was stacked Gaga, la roux, Wanda Jackson, Beth ditto, Yolandi, Sarah Barthel, warpaint.
I don't understand how you only gave Tenacious D one set.
I didn't really wanna get into it with zig or someone over legality but I did give em that Tenacious Dj set. So that's two. Then you know Jack used to do Mr Show so he's In Comedy tent plus I'm sure he'd make a stop by for gorburger live and die antwoord sets. Then he had his bluegrass game with the Haden triplets (one of them is his wife)