A Live One Performs Prince Jam Tribute Concert With Phish Teases [Watch]

first_imgAustin based Phish tribute band A Live One took a moment to pay tribute to a different artist, none other than Prince. The late artist’s music was on full display at Threadgill’s World Headquarters in Austin, TX, with hundreds of fans on hand for the jam tribute to the Purple One. The band promised the deep cuts, the funk, and the hits, and they certainly delivered, albeit in a unique way.A Live One was joined by a Widespread Panic tribute group called Panic Stricken and members of the Austin jam community, who formed a group called Blouses for the occasion. A Live One’s set featured a number of classic Prince jams, with Phish and Phish-related teases throughout.Among the many highlights was a version of “Cream” that incorporated Ween’s “Roses Are Free,” a song that Phish performed live before Ween ever did! Watch footage below.Check out the full setlist as well, which showcases A Live One’s many Phish teases throughout the performance.Setlist: A Live One’s PURPLE – A Jam Tribute To Prince at Threadgill’s World HQ, Austin, TX – 6/4/16 ControversyLet’s Go CrazyWhen Doves CryDarling NikkiBeautiful OnesI Would Die 4 U7 Cream 1999Purple RainNotes:Darling Nikki contained Grind teaseBeautiful Ones contained Limb by Limb tease7 contained Tweezer teaseCream contained Roses are Free verse during 2nd verse of Cream and Wolfman’s Brother jam during outroGuest vocalist Drew Davis on 1999 and Purple Rain[Photo via Mountain Trout Photography]last_img

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