<h5>JEFF THE BROTHERHOOD LIVE ON KEXP 9.22.2014 SETLIST:</h5>
"Mad Dog 20/20" (Teenage Fanclub cover)
"Totally Confused" (Beck cover)
"Working Man" (Rush cover)
<h5>Production Credits for JEFF the Brotherhood LIVE ON KEXP 9.22.2014:</h5>
Host: Cheryl Waters
Audio Engineer: Kevin Suggs
Director: Justin Wilmore
Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Justin Wilmore & Scott Holpainen
Editor: Jim Beckmann
Nashville rockers JEFF the Brotherhood stopped by the KEXP studios during their West Coast tour last month for a brief interview and half hour performance. You might want to pop in earplugs as you watch the clip above.
The band starts off with "Melting Place," a heavily distorted rocker with hints of a Black Sabbath influence. They follow up with a mid-tempo version of Teenage Fanclub's "Mad Dog 20/20," which can be found on JEFF the Brotherhood's recently released EP, Dig the Classics.
In the interview, they discuss adding additional members to the band and their EP release. The band also shares insight about their Infinity Cat record label before talking about their songwriting techniques.
Echoed vocals and a spacey solo from guitarist Jake Orrall dominate their version of Beck's 1993 song "Totally Confused." The last song is one they've been performing live on tour and they bring in Harry Kagan from Nashville band Music Made to help on vocals. Jake cracks open a beer and chugs it before letting loose with evil-sounding guitar chords. The band kicks the song into overdrive and delivers a deep jam before returning to the chorus. It's a very impressive performance from a band that knows how to rock.
JEFF the Brotherhood are currently on tour on the East Coast until the end of October. You can find their latest music, news, and tour information by checking out their Zumic artist page.
Source: KEXP YouTube Channel