BOC: BOC at the Jammys?!?!?!?!?

Paul Mather paul at GROMIT.DLIB.VT.EDU
Thu Oct 3 10:52:40 EDT 2002

According to, BOC guested with moe. on "(Don't Fear) The
Reaper" at last night's Jammy's!  I can't wait to hear the tapes of
that one.  Someone also mentioned that the Jammy's were broadcast on
satellite TV, but I don't know if that refers just to the the awards
ceremony or to the music as well.

forwarded from

Allman Brothers Band, Trey Anastasio among Surprise
Guests at 2002 Jammys Presented by TDK

Last night's 2002 Jammys Presented by TDK concluded
with an uplifting, marathon version of "Lovelight,"
with COUNTLESS musicians collaborating on both stages
at Roseland Ballroom in New York City. RatDog was
joined on the main stage by guitarist Trey Anastasio
(Phish), Warren Haynes (Govt' Mule, Allman Brothers
Band), Al Schnier (moe.), harmonica player John Popper
(Blues Traveler), drummer Matt Abts (Govt' Mule) and
DJ Logic. Meanwhile, the second stage was inhabited by
bassist Mike Gordon (Phish), guitarist Fuzz (Deep
Banana Blackout), steel pedal guitarist Robert
Randolph, saxophonists Skerik (Critters Buggin', Les
Claypool's Frog Brigade), Hope Clayburn (Deep Banana
Blackout), Jessica Lurie (Living Daylights), Tom Tom
Club vocalists Mystic Bowie and Victoria Clamp and
"Flute Girl." A lengthy jam ensued between both
stages, with musicians egging each other on from
across the room.

Earlier in the show, during Gov't Mule's set, the
Allman Brothers Band emerged, joining guitarist Warren
Haynes for "Desdemona." Anastasio and John Scofield
then performed on "Sco-Mule." Next, ABB guitarist
Derek Trucks returned and Trey remained for

Other notable collaborations included Blue Oyster Cult
and moe. on "Don't Fear the Reaper" and B-52's and
Particle on "Love Shack."



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