Legends Steve Miller and Jimmie Vaughan Preach Blues At Red Rocks - Noise11.com
Steve Miller Band perform at the Deni Blues and Roots Festival. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Steve Miller at the Deni Blues and Roots Festival. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Legends Steve Miller and Jimmie Vaughan Preach Blues At Red Rocks

by Paul Cashmere on August 25, 2022

in News

Steve Miller has a special guest on his current US tour. Jimmie Vaughan has been not only opening for the Steve Miller Band but joining him towards the start of the Steve Miller Band set.

Miller treated his fans to three Vaughan songs on his 2010 album ‘Bingo’ and is now touring with his friend. The Steve Miller Band predates Vaughan in the Fabulous Thunderbirds by a decade but the two have become long-time friends.

Jimmie performed the blues songs ‘Blues With A Feeling’ (by Rabon Tarrant and Freddie King’s ‘I’m Tore Down’ at the show.

Steve Miller’s longtime keyboard player is also the Grammy nominated Joseph Wooten who joined the Steve Miller Band in 1993.

Joseph Wooten & The Hands of Souls will perform from Rudy’s Jazz Room in Nashville on 13 October, 2022. The event is to benefit Homeless Veterans. Tickets are $40 from www.imatteryoumatter.com/donate

The Wooten Brothers have dates coming in September, including some live streams for all the world to see. Dates at Victor Wooten’s page.

The Steve Miller Band setlist at Red Rocks, Colorado on 22 August 2022.

Stranger Blues (from Wide River, 1993)
Blues With a Feeling (from Welcome to the Vault, 2019) (with Jimmie Vaughan)
I’m Tore Down (Freddie King cover) (with Jimmie Vaughan)
Fly Like an Eagle (from Fly Like An Eagle, 1976)
Jet Airliner (from Book of Dreams, 1977)
The Stake (from Book of Dreams, 1977)
Abracadabra (from Abracadabra, 1982)
Dance, Dance, Dance (from Fly Like An Eagle, 1976)
Swingtown (from Book of Dreams, 1977)
Jungle Love (from Book of Dreams, 1977)
Serenade (from Fly Like An Eagle, 1976)
Space Cowboy (from Brave New World, 1969)
Living in the U.S.A. (from Sailor, 1968)
Take The Money And Run (from Fly Like An Eagle, 1976)
Rock’n Me (from Fly Like An Eagle, 1976)

The Joker (from The Joker, 1973)

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