Bruuuce Radio – Funhouse Fest

13501904_1210515588959945_4442614123819188141_nBy popular request, here is the show from this past Saturday June 25 at the FunHouse Fest. In this set, Bruce and co played the new Rehab Reunion record in its entirety, and then gave the same treatment to The Way It Is, playing the whole record thirty years after its release.

We’re sure you’ll enjoy this – rather than a download, you can stream the whole thing and listen to it immediately. Hit the Play button to get started, and click backwards and forward as you would on a normal audio player.

Thanks to Ann Marie for the picture! You can see many more (and videos) from the whole weekend on our Facebook group.

128 minutes of fantastic music…

 

The setlist in full:

06/25/16 – Williamsburg, VA
Over the Rise, Soon Enough, MIA in M.I.A.M.I., Tipping, Rehab Reunion, Hey Kafka, Tropical Cashmere Sweater, TSA Man, Valley Road, Celestial Railroad, On the Western Skyline, Every Little Kiss, Mandolin Rain, The Long Race, The Way It Is, Down the Road Tonight, The Wild Frontier, The River Runs Low, The Red Plains
Notes: Over the Rise to Celestial Railroad on dulcimer. The Way It Ia featuring Jack DeJohnette and Ravi Coltrane.

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  1. […] Many of you attended Funhouse Fest in Williamsburg in June. Part of that special occasion featured two sets from Bruce and the Noisemakers – a run through of the entire Rehab Reunion record, and the same for The Way It Is. We have that for you in Part One. […]

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