Soulive & Special Guests Bring Bowlive 5 To Brooklyn Bowl, NYC 3.19.2014 [Zumic Photos & YouTube Video]

Francesco Marano

by Francesco Marano

Published March 20, 2014
Soulive At Brooklyn Bowl, NY 3.19.2014

Funk / jazz trio Soulive continued their annual "Bowlive" residency on Wednesday night at the Brooklyn Bowl in New York with a little help from their friends. Susan Tedeschi, Tash Neal (The London Souls), Joe Russo (Furthur), and others sat in throughout the night to lend their support on selected songs. Highlights of the night included a 1 - 2 combination of the Beatles classics "I Want You" into a jammy "She's So (Heavy)," Joe Russo channeling his inner Keith Moon for "Up & Out," and a crowd sing-a-long for the night's first encore song, "Turn On Your Lovelight." The Shady Horns and acclaimed blues pianist Jon Cleary helped to bring the funk and keep the fans dancing all night.

Soulive will keep the party going tonight and have two more nights scheduled before the run comes to an end. Limited tickets will be available at the door's box office the night of each show. For further ticket information and the latest music, news, and tour dates info, check out the Soulive Zumic artist page. Below are pictures from the night, a YouTube Clip, and the setlist.

"Turn On Your Love Light" Susan Tedeschi With Soulive At Brooklyn Bowl, NY 3/19/2014:
Eric Krasno At Brooklyn Bowl, NY 3.19.2014
Alan Evans At Brooklyn Bowl, NY 3.19.2014
Susan Tedeschi With Soulive At Brooklyn Bowl, NY 3.19.2014
Susan Tedeschi And Eric Krasno At Brooklyn Bowl, NY 3.19.2014
The Shady Horns With Soulive At Brooklyn Bowl, NY 3.19.2014
Tash Neal With Soulive At Brooklyn Bowl, NY 3.19.2014


Soulive Setlist Brooklyn Bowl, Brooklyn, NY, USA 2014

Blues Rock Classic Rock Funk Jazz Eric Krasno Soulive Susan Tedeschi Brooklyn, NY Buffalo, NY New York, NY Joe Russo Tash Neal The Shady Horns
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