Live Concert Photography: Bowlive 6: Soulive with Marco Benevento, The Shady Horns, George Porter, Jr. and Brandon “Taz” Niederauer”
March 21, 2015
The last night of Soulive’s 6th annual Brooklyn Bowl residency featured the jazz/jam-band trio playing with renowned, contemporary jazz pianist Marco Benevento; Bowlive regulars, The Shady Horns; the New Orleans funk legend and co-founder of The Meters, George Porter, Jr.; and the up-and-coming, guitar prodigy Brandon “Taz” Neiderauer. Although personally, the show didn’t live up to the incredible energy of their shows with Charles Bradley, Chris Robinson, and George Porter, Jr,; however, there were two incredible moments – a 22 minute, cosmic jam version of Marco Benevento’s “Tigerface” and a cover of Led Zeppelin’s “Black Dog” to close out the residency.
Check out some photos from the show below.
The Shady Horns
Soulive with Marco Benevento and The Shady Horns
George Porter, Jr. with Soulive, and Marco Benevento
Brandon “Taz” Niederauer
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