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Roosevelt Collier Jams On Allman Bros, Radiohead And More With Dopapod And Turkuaz Members

first_imgLoad remaining images Throughout last week, pedal steel guitar “Doctor” Roosevelt Collier toured throughout the Empire State with his New York Get Down crew, a lineup that consisted of Dopapod’s Rob Compa and Eli Winderman along with Turkuaz’s Michelangelo Carubba and Taylor Shell. As Dopapod and Turkuaz have collaborated in the past, the foursome proved quite the tight-knit backbone for this rocking show, as led by Collier’s soulful pedal steel sounds.Collier brought the crew to DROM last Saturday, February 12th, closing out a four-show run in New York, NY. The “Get Down” was true to its name, as fans everywhere were getting down at the intimate venue.The setlist was a mixed bag of covers spanning an array of genres, opening with Billy Cobham’s “Stratus” and never looked back. The show featured a version of The Allman Brothers Band’s “Hot ‘Lanta,” and moved soulfully into Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean.” The group went back to the blues for the Allman’s “Don’t Keep Me Wonderin,” before busting out their version of Radiohead’s “Weird Fishes/Arpeggi.” Next up was John Scofield’s jazzy tune “Chank,’ and the set concluded with a powerful version of the folk anthem, “Freight Train.”Check out the setlist below, as well as a full gallery from Scott Harris Photo.Setlist: Roosevelt Collier’s New York Get Down at DROM, New York, NY – 3/12/16Set: Stratus, Hot ‘Lanta, Billie Jean, Don’t Keep Me Wonderin, Weird Fishes/Arpeggi, Chank, Freight Trainlast_img

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