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Date: Venue: Location: Comments:
June 1 and 3 Queen's Golden Jubilee London
  • Concert in the Buckingham Palace Gardens
  • A CD will be released June 24 and 2 DVD's will be available in America on July 2nd
  • Steve performed "Gimme Some Lovin'", played organ for Joe Cocker on "With a Little Help From My Friends" and for Ray Davies on "Lola", and took part in the finales "All You Need Is Love" and "Hey Jude"
  • It was broadcast live on the BBC. VH1 aired highlights from the concert on Sunday, June 9, with rebroadcasts later. If you missed those, a CD will be released June 24 and 2 DVD's will be available in America on July 2nd.
June 21 and 22 Bonnaroo Music Festival Manchester, Tennessee
  • Pictures -- One and Two
  • Setlists, Pictures, Reviews
  • Bonnaroo Music Festival, Bonnaroovians Unofficial Webzine
  • Steve joined two performers on stage at the Bonnaroo Music Festival on Saturday, June 22, 2002. Steve performed on several songs:
    • String Cheese Incident: "On the Road, It Is What It Is, Latinissmo" with jam (SW on organ)
    • String Cheese Incident: "I'm A Man" (SW on organ, vocals)
    • Widespread Panic: "Glad"
    • Widespread Panic: "The Low Spark Of High-Heeled Boys"
    The Widespread Panic performances also included Randall Bramblett on saxophone.
  • Steve played with his long-time saxophonist Randall Bramblett. He did "Latinissmo / I'm a Man" with String Cheese Incident, then "Glad / Low Spark / Jam" with Widespread Panic. The jam was just a jam, no song. Panic does a drums segment at every show, like the Dead, and the jam was leading into their drum segment. About 5 minutes or so with Steve. He played a Hammond B3 the entire time. It wasn't his, but he sounded terrific.
  • String Cheese stayed at Steve's Nashville home for the week before Bonnaroo. Rumor has it they are rehearsing for a series of shows. If they ever do get together for any shows, they should call it "Traffic Incident" (according to Phil H!)
  • Sanctuary Records released a double-CD and documentary DVD of the concert in the fall of 2002, but the releases do not include Steve's performances.
July 13 Chef Fearing & Friends Annual Summer Barbecue Bash The Mansion on Turtle Creek,
Dallas, Texas
  • The Mansion on Turtle Creek
  • It was a lot of fun. The music was great and the food was good. Steve sounded great. He really does does have a powerful voice. It's much more impressive hearing him live in such a small place. I enjoyed this much more than the usual big concerts even though he performed less. In addition to "Gimme Some Lovin'", he sang that piece from the Blues Brothers 2000 {"New Orleans"} and joined the other musicians on "Kansas City" and 2 other songs. Steve and his wife sat at the table next to mine. He and his wife seemed to really enjoy themselves. He was smiling and laughing with his friends. He looked like he was having as much fun as I was. He talked mainly to the folks at his table but I did get to say a couple of sentences to him after dinner when he was up walking around the area. I didn't really say anything profound. I'm a little shy about meeting my heros and I didn't want to bother him. I just told him I love his music and hoped he enjoyed himself in Dallas. --BH

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