Take Me To The River Live
(William Bell, Bobby Rush & Charlie Musselwhite)
Harris Center For The Arts
Folsom, California
October 12, 2017

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Take Me To The River is a live performance based on the award-winning film and record that brought together
multiple generations of iconic Memphis and Mississippi Delta musicians to record a historic new album that
re-imagines the utopia of racial, gender and generational collaboration of Memphis (Stax, Hi Records) in its

This show features legends William Bell (2017 Grammy Winner), Bobby Rush (2017 Grammy winner)
and Charlie Musselwhite (2014 Grammy Winner) sharing the stage to perform classics and new TMTTR collaborations.
Backed by an all-star Memphis band, The Hi Rhythm Section and The Stax Academy Alumni Band with music director
Boo Mitchell, plus Academy award-winner Frayser Boy and Al Kapone.

01) Opening Comments - Martin Shore & Lawrence Boo Mitchell
02) 20-75 - Band
03) I'm So Tired of Being Alone - Sharisse Norman
04) Let's Stay Together - Ashton Riker
05) Love And Happiness - Ashton Riker
06) Sitting On the Dock of the Bay - Ashton Riker w/Frayser Boy
07) Try A Little Tenderness - Ashton Riker
08) Al Kapone intro
09) New Jewelry - Al Kapone
10) Bobby Rush intro
11) Porcupine Meat - Bobby Rush
12) Push and Pull - Bobby Rush w/Frayser Boy)
13) Bobby speaks
14) Garbage Man
15) Charlie Musselwhite intro
16) If I Should Have Bad Luck - Charlie Musselwhite
17) West Helena Blues - Charlie Musselwhite
18) I'm Going Home - Charlie Musselwhite
19) William Bell intro
20) Easy Comin' Out (Hard Goin' In) - William Bell
21) Private Number - William Bell w/Evvie McKinney
22) I Forgot To Be Your Lover - William Bell w/Al Kapone

[Grand Finale]
23) Introductions > Take Me To The River (ensemble)

Rev Charles Hodges - organ (Hi Rhythm Section)
Leroy Hodges - bass (Hi Rhythm Section)
Evvie McKinney - vocals
Andrew Saino - guitar
Edward "Hot" Cleveland - drums
Casper Coleman - tenor sax
Scott Thompson - trumpet
Jamel Mitchell - baritone sax
Martin Shore - keys

A simple thanks is not wanted or requested as I will take the fact that you downloaded it as thanks, any comments on the show or the band or the recording is always nice.
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