The New Stew: Featuring Corey Glover and Roosevelt Collier

The New Stew: Featuring Corey Glover and Roosevelt Collier

Fri · January 27, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$16.00 - $32.50

Tickets at the Door


The New Stew: Featuring Corey Glover and Roosevelt Collier
The New Stew: Featuring Corey Glover and Roosevelt Collier
Meet The New Stew, a "super group" if you will, of a few very fine musicians from all genres of music. This project was formed with one focused goal, to pay respect to those recordings that influenced the players and to re-imagine recordings that they feel should be heard and experienced in a live setting. The first homage will be paid in Spring of 2016 when the group will make its debut in select cities playing the classic

Bill Withers - Live from Carnegie Hall album from start to finish. It is more than a labor of love, it is a way to allow the public to experience something again or in many cases the first time and reconnect with this classic recording in a way that hasn't been possible in more than 4 decades.

Corey Glover – Vocals (Living Colour, Galactic)
Roosevelt Collier - Lap Steel/ Pedal Steel (Lee Boys)
Yonrico Scott – Percussion (Derek Trucks Band, Royal Southern Brotherhood)
Dave Yoke – Guitar (Susan Tedeschi Band, Dr. John, Scrapomatic)
Jared Stone – Drums (Stone's Stew)
Matt Slocum – Piano (Oteil and the Peacemakers, Col. Bruce Hampton & Aquarium Rescue Unit, Lee Boys)

The history of Bill Withers - Live from Carnegie Hall:
His performance at Carnegie Hall on October 6, 1972, was recorded, and released as the live album Bill Withers, Live at Carnegie Hall in the following year. Recorded less than a year and a half since Withers quit his day job to pursue music full time, the then rising soul star commands the historic New York stage with veteran poise and power. In counting years as a live performer he was a novice but his ability to transform the hallowed venue to a tiny club and hold the audience's attention like a conversation, a feat that heightens the intimacy of the performance and accentuates the intensity of the songs. Withers' along with his band are able to move fluidly, stretching out the songs beyond their initial recorded times, the subsequent jams take the audience on a ride the studio recordings were not able to do. The album ranks at number 27 on Rolling Stones' list of the 100 greatest live albums of all time. Live from Carnegie Hall stands as one of the greatest live recordings of all time.
Venue Information:
Capital Ale House Music Hall
623 E Main Street
Richmond, VA, 23219