Steve Kimock & Friends with Moonalice
New York City, NY
April 6, 2011
On this, the final night of Steve Kimock’s NYC 2011 residency, it was obvious from the start that it was going to be a night full of some seriously improvisational music. As Moonalice took the stage to a sold-out audience at Sullivan Hall for an hour of some throw-down, foot-stopping music, the stage was set.
Sharing the stage this evening and playing to the wee hours of the morning with Steve Kimock were two powerhouse members of Moonalice, Pete Sears and John Molo along with former Gov’t Mule and Black Crowes bassist Andy Hess.
As has been the norm for Kimock’s residency, here was a band that had not teamed up collectively before and yet, as true professionals, these guys never missed a lick and were tight as any band could be. By the end of the night there wasn’t a dry body in the house as nearly everyone in their tiny little bit of the hall and nearly every person their tiny little bit of the hall danced and grooved the night away.
Sullivan Hall will most certainly miss these Wednesday evening jam sessions and are likely hoping for another residency soon.
Steve Kimock & Friends setlist
I: You’re The One, Nana’s Chalk Pipe, Many Rivers to Cross, Baby Baby
II: Tangled Hangers, Tongue & Groove, Golden Road, Slow Down