Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Donavon Frankenreiter Jam ‘Under the Asbury Sun’ at The Stone Pony

The Chris Robinson Brotherhood

Pop Break Live: Under the Asbury Sun featuring The Chris Robinson Brotherhood and Donavon Frankenreiter at The Stone Pony in Asbury Park, New Jersey

Photos by Matt Heasley | Click here for photographer’s official site.

It was a hot one at the legendary Stone Pony in Asbury Park, and not just because of the humidity.

Stone Pony summer staples The Chris Robinson Brotherhood, fronted by former Black Crowes frontman Chris Robinson (obviously), and surfer/musicians Donavon Frankenreiter, came together for a special headlining gig dubbed Under the Asbury Sun.

Read Bill Bodkin’s interview with Donavon Frankenreiter.

The show was initially scheduled to take place on The Stone Pony Summer Stage, but terrible rains, and thunderstorms, forced the show indoors, making for a tight, and hot night.

Luckily, the music absolutely overshadowed the heat in the room.

Frankenreiter provided his patented smooth, soulful jams, while Robinson and the gang provided two sets of excellent jams including covers of Nat Stuckey, The Black Crowes, Big Joe Turner & His Blues Kings, Delaney Bramlett, Percy Mayfied, and the Velvet Underground.

Read Andrew Howie’s interview with Neal Casal of The Chris Robinson Brotherhood.

Chris Robinson Brotherhood Setlist:

Set #1:

Sweet Thang and Cisco (Nat Stuckey cover)
High Is Not the Top
Clear Blue Sky & The Good Doctor
Tornado (The Black Crowes cover)
Roll Old Jeremiah (The Black Crowes cover)
Shake, Rattle and Roll (Big Joe Turner & His Blues Kings cover)
Blonde Light of Morning
Roan County Banjo
Hello L.A., Bye Bye Birmingham (Delaney Bramlett cover)

Set #2:

Good to Know
Hark, The Herald Hermit Speaks
One Hundred Days of Rain
Loose Lips (Percy Mayfield cover)
Blue Star Woman
Behold the Seer
If You Had a Heart to Break
Vibration & Light Suite
I Ain’t Hiding (The Black Crowes cover)

Rock & Roll (The Velvet Underground cover)

Donavon Frankenreiter

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