The Grateful Dead

 TRIBUTOSAURUS BECOMES THE GRATEFUL DEAD 9/14-15/2012, MARTYRS
 
FRIDAY
I
THE GOLDEN ROAD
Me/Gram co-vox
CASEY JONES
JACK STRAW
Gram co-vox, Gerald vox
BOX OF RAIN
Temple/Curt vox
FRIEND OF THE DEVIL
Mandolin 
PLAYING IN THE BAND
Gram vox, JP harms
DIRE WOLF
Kris n vox, pedal steel 
SCARLET BEGONIAS
Temple harms
FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN
Kris N vox
 
II
THROWING STONES
Many harms at end
ONE MORE SATURDAY NIGHT
Gram vox, sax
IT MUST HAVE BEEN THE ROSES
Curt vox, J/Temple harms, Mando
CASSIDY
JG harms, Mando
CUMBERLAND BLUES
Curt co-vox, JG harms, Mando, banjo
HE’S GONE
DRUMS  SPACE 
SAMSON & DELILAH
Gram vox, Temple harms
SUGAR MAGNOLIA
Pedal steel/slide @ end 
 
Encore: BROKEDOWN PALACE
Gram vox, Gerald vox (front) 
 
TRIBUTOSAURUS BECOMES THE GRATEFUL DEAD 9/14-15/2012, MARTYRS
SATURDAY
I
CUMBERLAND BLUES
Curt co-vox, JG harms, Mando, banjo
HE’S GONE 
PLAYING IN THE BAND
Gram vox, JP harms
THROWING STONES
Many harms at end
ROUND AND ROUND
Curt vox, Temple harms, sax
THE GOLDEN ROAD
Me/Gram co-vox
FRANKLIN’S TOWER
ESTIMATED PROPHET
Temple harms, Sax
JACK STRAW
Gram co-vox, Gerald vox
II
SUGAR MAGNOLIA
Pedal steel/slide @ end 
CASEY JONES 
DRUMS  SPACE 
SAMSON & DELILAH
Gram vox, Temple harms
BOX OF RAIN
Temple/Curt vox
IT MUST HAVE BEEN THE ROSES
Curt vox, J/Temple harms, Mando
CASSIDY
JG harms, Mando
FRIEND OF THE DEVIL
Mandolin 
SCARLET BEGONIAS 
Temple harms
FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN
  Gram vox, sax?
BROKEDOWN PALACE
Gram vox, Gerald vox (front) 
Encore: ONE MORE SATURDAY NIGHT
Gram vox, sax
 
 
Guests:
Jon Gram – vox, gtr (Uncle John’s Band)
Brian Wilkie – gtr, pedal steel 
Gerald Dowd-Drums (Robbie Fulks)
Larry Beers – drums
Kalyan Pathak - Percussion
Jon Spiegel – gtr, banjo (The Otters)
Kris Nowak – vox, gtr (Cornmeal)
Don Stiernberg -- mandolin
Pat Mallinger – saxophone (Sabertooth)
Temple Schultz -- vox

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A common question to us in Tributosaurus, when we’ve been spotted out in the wild (or the crowd), is this: “who is your favorite artist to perform?”

We have a wide array of answers.  Tastes are varied, memories of these last 20 years numerous. But we all agree that one of the absolute most fun, most challenging, most thrilling artists to become is one we haven’t done in a long time.  One whose legacy is unquestioned, whose catalog is nearly unmatched in depth and greatness.

Stevie Wonder.

Join us on Thursday February 9 and Friday February 10 at Martyrs for 2 special nights as Tributosaurus becomes Stevie Wonder. It’s been a while, and we’re pumped.

A child genius whose early teenage era is the stuff of legend, Stevie fully bloomed under a revised Motown record contract that allowed him full artistic control, beginning with his 14th (!!) album, Music Of My Mind. He played every instrument on every track, with a couple minor exceptions.  Thus began a run of excellence that is nearly unrivaled.

Talking Book.  Innervisions. Fulfillingness’ First Finale. Songs in the Key Of Life. Classics, every one, with incredible songs you know and will feel lovingly recreated with passion at Martyrs.  We’ll have everything we need to deliver the goods: multiple guest vocalists, horns, synthesizers, chromatic harmonica, a killer set list that draws heavily from the classic period

The one thing we can’t provide is you.  Bring yourselves, please. It’s gonna be a party.

Tributosaurus Becomes Stevie Wonder
at Martyrs' - 3855 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago - 2 Shows

Thursday Feb 9th - 7pm
Tickets: http://martyrslive.com/thu-feb-9-7pm-30

Friday Feb 10th - 7PM
Tickets: http://martyrslive.com/fri-feb-10-7pm-30