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  • Outlaw Music Festival

    rolls into Bangor, ME on Friday June 14th. Willie Nelson, Phil Lesh, Alison Krauss, The Revivalists & Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real. Looking forward to this. Gonna Be a long ass show starts at 4 in the afternoon.

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    You're a Mainer? I went to a private school in Bath. I tell all my friends 'if you can live up in Maine for four winters everything else is easy'.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by ice nine View Post
      You're a Mainer? I went to a private school in Bath. I tell all my friends 'if you can live up in Maine for four winters everything else is easy'.
      yep born and bred.

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      • #4
        Waiting on stage switch....just saw Lucas nelson and his band and the revivalists. My first time for both. Upcoming..alison krause, phil lesh and then the legend willie nelson.

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        • #5
          I'm looking forward to this show on Sunday in Hartford. Who are Phil's friends?

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          • #6
            Dunno yet they havent made the stage

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            • #7
              Was Steven King there? He's into good music.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Headless Hornman View Post
                Was Steven King there? He's into good music.
                hard to say - there was about 15K people

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by CTMuleman View Post
                  I'm looking forward to this show on Sunday in Hartford. Who are Phil's friends?
                  Only person i stage i recognized was Phil Lesh. I never heard any intro's.

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                  • #10
                    This was a fun show - moved quickly, sort of. Started at 3:30 and the headliner came on about 10:10. Made for a long day. Was nice while sun was up when it got dark it cooled off quite a bit and rained a bit a couple of times.

                    I was quite impressed with Particle Kid. He is really good, but then again he is a Nelson. https://www.rollingstone.com/music/m...rrated-205750/

                    Next Up was Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real. Again - great guitar work. Micah played this set as well.

                    Next up were The Revivalists. I missed them at JF cause i knew I would see them here. I really liked them and the show. Whole different energy to the place.

                    Allison Krause was next. I knew of her but don't think i had ever really listened. She has a truly beautiful voice and an amazing talent on the fiddle.

                    Phil Lesh and Friends. It was getting late and i think i had a little bit of a buzz from the "smoke." So really didn't know any of his music. It was fun however. I hate to admit i was never really a Dead fan.

                    Willie Nelson. Started at 10:10 - goodness what a long day. The man is amazing at 86. Played familiar songs and featured his sons and his sister in the band.

                    Great time.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Firsttimer View Post

                      Only person i stage i recognized was Phil Lesh. I never heard any intro's.
                      Never heard intro's on Sunday either, but I did know most, if not all of the band. Rob Barraco ~ Keys, John Molo drums. The remaining members I believe are all part of the Terrapin Family Band. Phil's son Grahame, Ross James & Alex Koford all on guitars and Elliott Peck vocals. Strong setlist for the 90 minute show and a sit in from Mickey Raphael for the closing Going Down the Road Feeling Bad.

                      I agree with your take on the rest of the show. It was a fun time with a full days worth of music. The light intermittent rain kept many away, but the show was still well attended.

                      It was Father's day too. Great to see Willie & Phil both getting to play with their sons.

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