Last night I was listening to Reckless Kelly LIVE and in person at Sellersville Theater.
They do KICK A** covers of Richard Thompson's "'52 Vincent Black Lightning", and Warren Zevon's "Poor Poor Pitiful Me", as well as a ton of their OWN great tunes!!
Cody Braun was ill, so they brought in Kym Warner from the Greencards (another fave band of mine!) to fill in on mandolin, and he did a GREAT job, even though I would have liked to have seen Cody singing harmony with his brother Willy.
Haven't posted on the thread in a while. I had all my Hi Fi stuff redone and it's up and operating. I just finished Foreigner 4, Simply Red's "Picture Book" and ABC's "Lexicon Of Love" albums on the turntable. Nothing beats the sound of an LP on some high quality audio equipment!
I haven't heard of Tosin Abasi before, but I'll be checking that out. I used to listen to a lot of fusion, but I kind of let that go for a while.
Anyway, here's a video from Silverchair. What I think is notable about this is that it appears to really be the live audio, and these guys were about 17-18 years old at the time.