Everyone Orchestra joined by the original Dopapod Trio
Supporting the Everyone Orchestra last night, and mixing in with them, the original Dopapod lineup of just three, Eli Winderman, Turkuaz's Michelangelo Carubba, and Rob Compa. A highly anticipated set for some since Dopapod is currently taking the year off from touring, this would be the first time Compa and Winderman have performed any music from their catalog this year, as Winderman keeps busy with local trio Octave Cat lately and Compa making various local appearances in the area sitting in with many great acts like The Royal Noise and others. Jazzy grooves and old songs of yesteryear were delivered, with previously played versions of songs, and even a John Mayer cover, Vultures. Well received from the crowd, it was no surprise that I had very little room on the dance floor, as the creativity of this trio spilled out on stage the feet on the dance-floor kicked up. Keep an eye out for more projects and fun things from these three. Coming up in May, a developing residency of FREE performance at Northbowl in Northern Liberties titled Funk N' Jam hosted by Winderman will surely bring a mix of Philly talent. The first date is scheduled for May 6th at Northbowl, 909 N. 2nd Street.
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20180413 – Everyone Orchestra – Ardmore Music Hall
20180413 – Everyone Orchestra – Ardmore Music Hall Improvisational conductor extraordinaire Matt Butler creates his magic once again at the Ardmore Music Hall on Friday, April 13, this time with Jackie Greene, Jeremy Salken (Big Gigantic), Cris Jacobs, Taylor Shell (Turkuaz), Josh Schwartz (Turkuaz), and Eli Winderman (Dopapod).Posted by Liquid Silver Stream on Friday, April 13, 2018
Dopapod Trio (GO.DOPAPOD.OG)
Setlist: Chaulk, Brookline Bridge, Gator, Vultures*, Weird Tooth, Witching Hour, Freight Train^, Our Father
*John Mayer cover ^original arrangement