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Elvis Costello. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Elvis Costello. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Elvis Costello, Keith Richards, Eric Clapton Sing For Hubert Sumlin

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on February 28, 2012

in Live,News

On Friday night, an incredible group of musicians and artists came together to salute the late Hubert Sumlin at Harlem’s Apollo Theater.

Elvis Costello. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Elvis Costello. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

The night was filled with performances by such luminaries as Eric Clapton, Jimmy Vaughan, Elvis Costello, Keith Richards, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Warren Haynes, Buddy Guy, Billy Gibbons, Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi and Robert Randolph.

It also included a truly amazing house band for the night with Billy Flynn, Eddie Taylor Jr. and Danny Kortchmer on guitar, Willie Weeks and Larry “the Mole” Taylor on bass, Barrelhouse Chuck Goering and Ivan Neville on keyboards, Kim Wilson on harp and Jimmy Lee Keltner and Steve Jordan on drums.

The evening helped raise funds for the Jazz Foundation of America.

Set 1
Key to the Highway – Eric Clapton, James Cotton
Roll Where You Want – Big Head Todd
Six Strings Down – Jimmy Vaughan
Lucky Lou – Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Jody Williams
Evil – Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Jody Williams, Jimmy Vivino, David Johanson
Born in Chicago/Sweet Home Chicago – Ronnie Baker Brooks, Lonnie Brooks
Sittin’ on Top of the World – Eddy Shaw, Henry Gray
Hidden Charms – Elvis Costello
You’ll Be Mine – Warren Haynes
I Asked for Water – Warren Haynes, Billy Gibbons
Mister Highway Man – Warren Haynes, Billy Gibbons
Set 2
Who’s Been Talking – Kim Wilson
Howlin’ For My Baby – ‘Keb ‘Mo
Commit a Crime – Doyle Bramhill
Meet Me at the Bottom – Derek Trucks, Jimmy Vaughan
How Many More Years – Susan Tedeschi
Three Hundred Pounds of Joy – Susan Tedeschi
Who Do You Love – Robert Randolph
Goin’ Down Slow – Buddy Guy
Hoochie Koochie Man – Buddy Guy, Robert Randolph
Beggin’ You Please – Shemekia Copeland, Buddy Guy
Catfish Blues – Guy Clark, Jr.
Shake For Me – Eric Clapton
Little Baby – Eric Clapton
44 Blues – Eric Clapton
Goin’ Down Slow – Eric Clapton, Keith Richards
Little Red Rooster – Keith Richards, James Cotton
Spoonful – Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, James Cotton
Wang Dang Doodle – Everybody
Smokestack Lighting – Everybody

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