- Watch All Of Oteil Burbridge’s On-Stage Footage From Dead & Company’s Summer Tour
Over the past year, bassist Oteil Burbridge landed himself the role of a lifetime with Dead & Company. Granted, playing in the Allman Brothers Band for 17 years is also pretty much the role of a lifetime, but there’s something that clicked very early on with Burbridge and the Grateful Dead community. It’s been nothing but positivity once he started playing in the band!In an interview with us earlier this year, Burbridge said, “I guarantee you I will be playing this music for the rest of my life.” If that’s not dedication, we don’t know what is!On his 52nd birthday today, we wanted to show you just how excited Oteil is when he’s on stage with the Dead & Company guys. Fortunately, the bassist has been sharing stage-side videos from some of the band’s biggest gigs, including Citi Field, Fenway Park and the tour closer at Shoreline Amphitheatre. Watch the series of videos below and join us in wishing Oteil Burbridge a very happy birthday!Citi Field Shoreline Amphitheatre Fenway Park Happy birthday Oteil!! Of course, for fans of Burbridge’s blend of jamming, don’t miss him perform in the All Brothers Band with Kofi Burbridge, Alan Evans and Neal Evans at the second annual Brooklyn Comes Alive festival in Brooklyn, NY – with over 50 artists spanning three venues in one day: October 22nd. With musicians from The Disco Biscuits, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, The String Cheese Incident, Dopapod, Lettuce and more all performing, this event looks to be one of the best! More details here.
- Top 10! Carly Rae Jepsen’s Broadway Bow, Hot Debuts & Buzz Roundup Spark the Week’s Most-Read Stories
1. NEWS: “Call Me Maybe” Pop Princess Carly Rae Jepsen to Make Broadway Debut in Cinderella 4. FEATURE: Chita Rivera Drops the Ball, Spidey Turns Off the Lights and Zachary Levi Breaks Up with B’way In Our New Year’s Datebook Broadway.com’s end-of-year features delighted fans over the holiday season. From hot shows and news stories to most anticipated debuts of 2014, our most-read stories covered everything you need to know to kick off a new year of theatergoing. Click below to catch up on the top 10 stories from December 27 to January 2: 6. FEATURE: Best in Show! Broadway.com Names the Top Five Shows of 2013 7. INTERVIEW: Broadway’s Sexiest Man Alive Exposed! Jarrod Spector is a Subway Freak, Game Show Nerd and Beautiful Hypochondriac 2. FEATURE: Looking Ahead! Broadway.com Picks the Five Most Hotly Anticipated Debuts of 2014 View Comments 9. FEATURE: Top Casting Director Jen Rudin Offers Audition Advice for Stagestruck Kids and Their Parents 10. FEATURE: What a Lady! What a Year! Pippin’s Patina Miller Voted Broadway.com’s 2013 Star of the Year By Fans 8. FEATURE: Closing Time! Seven Great Plays and Musicals To See Before They’re Gone 5. FEATURE: Live-Tweeting Musicals in Our PJs is Our Favorite Thing, Drag is the New Black and More Lessons of the Year 3. FEATURE: Big Breaks, Tragic Falls and a Naked Starlet in a Tub: The Top News Stories That Got You Buzzing in 2013