Watch Soulive And Marcus King Tear Up “Whipping Post” During Bowlive [Pro-Shot]

first_imgSoulive’s residency at the Brooklyn Bowl — lovingly referred to as Bowlive —wrapped up over the weekend. Part of what makes the extended Brooklyn Bowl residency so special is Soulive’s ability to tap such a diverse range of guests across the event’s duration, only highlighting the influence that Eric Krasno, Neal Evans, and Alan Evans hold and their diverse musical range. On Friday night, young guitar master Marcus King, NOLA royalty George Porter Jr. of The Meters, and Lettuce’s Shady Horns (Eric “Benny” Bloom and Ryan Zoidis) joined Soulive at the Brooklyn Bowl, delivering a performance that exuded the southern, down-home vibe for which both Porter and King are known.Eric Krasno Band Adds Phish Late Night Show With Brandon “Taz” Niederauer BandOne highlight from their June 16 Bowlive performance was the group’s rendition of the Allman Brothers Band’s classic jam vehicle “Whipping Post.” With vocals led by South Carolina’s soulful Marcus King — a musician who had made his Bowlive debut the night before as a surprise ahead of his official performance on Friday — and Krasno’s and King’s intertwining with the song’s dual leads, it’s definitely worth a listen. You can check out pro-shot video of this special moment from Bowlive below, courtesy of Brooklyn Bowl. [Photo: Andrew O’Brien][H/T Jambase]last_img

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