Here’s a special Jammin’ Jed show from 2010, which was a celebration of both Jedtainment and the birthday of Jedtainment PR Manager Beachy Piers. The show took place on September 17, 2010 at the Speakeasy in Secondlife and features a mix of Phish, Dead and original music, including several debuts and one-timers.
Set I opens with a jam, back in the days when Jed was using a beatbox for the opening jams. It’s a groovy beat that finds its way into the Trey Anastasio tune “Alaska” and a wild version of Phish’s “Scent of a Mule.” A few Jed originals follow, including the debut of the bluesy “Mizz Lizzy” and a powerful “Smile Forever.” The set wraps up with a rocking “Suzy Greenberg.”
Second set again opens with a jam, which segues into the Partridge Family’s “Stephanie.” This and a late set ZZ Top “La Grange” cover are debuts for Jed, and were never played again. The set also features a rocking “Catfish Friend” featuring Jed on drums, and a poignant version of the Grateful Dead’s “It Must Have Been The Roses.”
A heartfelt show full of poignant covers, rocking jams and debut tunes! Enjoy! 🙂
Set I: Jam→ Alaska→ Scent Of A Mule, The Wane, Miss Lizzy, Smile Forever, Suzy Greenberg
Set II: Jam→ Stephanie→ Joy, Catfish Friend→ Drums, It Must Have Been The Roses, La Grange, Strange Design, E: All At Once