Pensacola, Florida
Tuesday August 14th 2018


Hangout ’13: The Jams are Here to Stay

By Brett Hutchins

The 2013 edition of Hangout is not as stacked with improvisational talent as years past, but thankfully, noodle dancing never dies. Here are some highlights from this year’s lineup.

Trey Anastasio Band
Phish guitarist and lead singer Trey Anastasio fronts this band. There are also horns. Enough said.
Sunday, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m., Chevrolet Stage

The Black Crowes
The band’s turbulent history is forgotten for now, as brothers Chris and Rich Robinson have reconciled to tour Europe and America. It’s hard to believe, but the Southern rock stalwarts have been around so long that “She Talks to Angels” and their version of Otis Redding’s “Hard to Handle” are now getting airplay on classic rock radio. During the Black Crowes’ latest hiatus, Chris Robinson created the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, a band that harkened back to ‘70s era Grateful Dead more effectively than anything these ears have heard in a while. Jackie Greene will surely bring more of that flavor as guitarist and backup vocalist.
Saturday, 6 – 7:15 p.m., Hangout Stage

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