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Aug 04 2007 @ Northeast Kingdom Music Festival Albany, VT

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On Stage

Angelo C. Moore (v, sax, thr, per)
John Norwood Fisher (eb, b, v)
John Steward (d)
John McKnight (key, tb, eg, v)
Rocky George (eg)
Dre Gipson (key, v)
Fernando Pullum (t, v)


Jackass Brigade
Freddie's Dead
Give it Up
Everyday Sunshine
Skank n' Go Nutts
Party With Saddam
Let Dem Ho's Fight
Frey'd Fucking Nerve Endingz
Cheyenne Star Forever Moore
Date Rape
Ma & Pa
Bonin' in the Boneyard
Behind Closed Doors


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4 reviews
Review by Zeekster on Aug 06 2007 

Great show, great setting...weak crowd. The dancing was pretty lame. Not sure if the crowd knew how to get up for a Bone show. The setlist needs to change too, same old mix of new & old songs. The highlight was hours earlier when half the Coup didn't make the fest so a couple of Fishbone (John & Norwood) filled in and and the set absolutely rocked!

Review by Jzip on Aug 06 2007 

I'm in complete agreement with zeekster. The venue was absolutely fantastic, as were the majority of the performers. A 2 day event in an organic hayfield in the mountains of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom. Fishbone was great, but yes, the setlist is getting a bit tired. Nice to see Cholly and Give It Up (In Your Face is my fav album). The biggest problem was the crowd, and Angelo's recognition of who he was performing for. The whole place was full of *ick* hippies. They didn't want the hard stuff, just the high energy danceable stuff. Frey'd Fucking Nerve Endingz and Let Dem Ho's Fight were completely lost on them.


Review by Tom on Aug 11 2007 

I hadn't seen Fishbone since 2003, and I thought this show was off the hook! The band is possibly tighter than I've ever seen them (first show: SUNY Albany in 1988), and I was really impressed with the new lineup (it was Fernando on trumpet, I believe). Yeah, the Vermont crowd probably wasn't the greatest, but it's an awesome festival and was a great space for Fishbone to do their thang. I got som...


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The Northeast Kingdom Music Festival serves up a classic August 10, 2007 By Tom Huntington Arts Correspondent (...) Punctuating the stellar affair was an impressive performance by Los Angeles funk-ska-punk band Fishbone, which delivered a blistering two-hour set that proved that the longtime underground legends is still one of the baddest and most relevant bands alive.



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Fishbone & Northeast Kingdom Music Festival

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