May 12, 2021
  • 5:53 am The effect of vertical migration strategy on retention and dispersion in the Irish Sea during spring–summer
  • 5:50 am The basal roughness of Pine Island Glacier, West Antarctica
  • 5:48 am Tracking fitness in marine vertebrates: current knowledge and opportunities for future research
  • 5:47 am Coastal barium cycling at the West Antarctic Peninsula
  • 5:59 am Tour bus headed to Masters overturns, driver charged with DUI: Officials

first_imgFulfilling the dreams of many, Vulfpeck delivered a star-spangled performance at the legendary Tipitina’s in New Orleans, LA last night. The quartet brought their thrilling funkitude in the fair trade of pure satisfaction, providing over an hour of hits, classics, and very special collaborations.Trading instruments throughout the night, the band welcomed some of the room’s most incredible talents to the stage for the quintessential sit-ins that Jazz Fest late nights are meant for. Singer Madelyn Grant joined in for a “Back Pocket” audience sing-a-long, triumphantly lifting the spirits of the Vulfpack tribe. Adam Deitch jumped behind the drum kit for a gut-wrenching “It Gets Funkier,” before another crowd favorite “Christmas In L.A.” brought chills to the Louisiana heat. A very appropriate “Outro” closed their set, with Lettuce’s Adam “Shmeeans” Smirnoff, and The Shady Horns’ Eric “Benny” Bloom and Ryan Zoidis providing the funkiest of notes. By the end of their set, the conscious club was a full display case of talent, dance moves, and multi-instrumentalism.As appropriately scheduled, they made for the perfect segue into a killer night of lechuga. “Back Pocket” with Madelyn Grant“It Gets Funkier” with Adam Deitch“Outro” with Adam Smirnoff and The Shady HornsSetlist: Vulfpeck at Tipitina’s, New Orleans, LA – 4/24/16:Conscious Club, Fugue, Rango, Wong, Cripple Creek, My Favorite Cock, Back Pocket, Funky Duck, 1612, It Gets Funkier, Beastly, Christmas In L.A., Outrolast_img