Sunday, January 29, 2012

In the Pocket Concert | New Hope, PA - January 27, 2012

DJ Caterina just hopped off a plane and back into Dallas from a whirlwind trip to Philadelphia/New Hope to watch the In the Pocket* band perform Friday night at the 2012 Winter Festival concert. Master of ceremonies Pierre Robert oversaw the festivities. The first set belonged to John Danaher's The Quiet Men, a local Irish-type folk band who performed their versions of Tom Petty's Breakdown and Blind Faith's Can't Find My Way Home, in addition to their own original music and traditional folk tunes.

David Uosikkinen from the Hooters with special guests...


Richard Bush - The A's / The Peace Creeps

Tommy Conwell - Tommy Conwell and the Young Rumblers
Jay Davidson - Steve Winwood / Funk Brothers
Rob Hyman - The Hooters
Charlie Ingui - Soul Survivors
Cliff Hillis - IKE
John Lilley - The Hooters
TJ Tindall - Legendary Gamble and Huff guitarist/ Bonnie Raitt / Robert Palmer / Four Tops
William Wittman - Cyndy Lauper / Too Much Joy

It was a great show - Tommy's set was rockin' - yes, he always entertains!



Concert set list:
- Soon You'll Be Gone
- Hitch Hike
- Tell Daddy
- Open My Eyes
- Hey Little Girl
- All My Mondays
- Suffragette City
- Woman
- You Can't Sit Down
- Workout
- Everything They Say Is True
- Walkin' on the Water
- I'm Not Your Man
- Expressway
Encore
- Eddie Van Hamster
- Beat Up Guitar

 

* IN THE POCKET: THE ESSENTIAL SONGS OF PHILADELPHIA is the brainchild of The Hooters' David Uosikkinen. With his revolving band of celebrated Philadelphia musicians, Uosikkinen pays homage to his essential songs of Philadelphia by rerecording songs that were recorded, written or performed by Philadelphians, and were inspirational to him growing up in and around the city. The songs are released online only at songsinthepocket.org, where a video documentary of each song can also be viewed.

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