Dave Matthews assembled a band dubbed Dave Matthews & Friends for tours in 2003 and 2004 together with the Some Devil studio record. Matthews was combined in the group by guitarists Trey Anastasio and Tim Reynolds, keyboardist Ray Paczkowski, drummer Brady Blade and bassist Tony Hall. The group reunited for a place at the Vegoose festival took to the seas as part of Dave Matthews & Friends Caribbean Cruise Getaway. Today marks the anniversary of the outfit’s last operation, which has been a late night show that began at 3 a.m. aboard the Majesty Of The Seas and featured a guest appearance by Bob Weir.
Dave Matthews & Friends Caribbean Cruise Getaway really happened aboard the Majesty Of The Seas and Sovereign Of The Seas from February two – 6. The lineup comprised the headliners and Weir & RatDog, G. Love & Special Sauce, Toots & The Maytals and others. Matthews and his group was set to play at the Bahamas, in which the two boats would orbit and cruisers got away to attend the concert. However, heavy showers led many attendees to miss a portion of the show. As Dave & Friends boarded both boats for late night sets on the 5th.
The group first played the Sovereign Of The Seas at 1 a.m. and headed to the Majesty Of The Seas. With most of the band’s gear on land, Dave & Friends utilized Toots & The Maytals’ equipment for the Sovereign Of The Seas collection and subsequently used RatDog’s equipment for the Majesty Of The Seas set. Those who grabbed what stands as the last Dave Matthews & Friends operation had an excess treat in store. Weir came out towards the end of the group to lead the team through a Iko Iko. ” Watch footage of Bobby’s guest place Due to videographer Copperpot Landfill:
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