The Chris Robinson Brotherhood brought their mix of jam-based rock and soul to the Spirit Of The Suwannee Music Park for a righteous set of southern tinged tunes yesterday that had the crowd at the Wanee Music Festival up and boogieing! Fans of Robinson, the former Black Crowes front man, crowded close and hung on every note as the expressive singer and his band played. Though Robinson noted it was a little earlier than he was used to playing he certainly seemed to have no problem delivering a perfect set of tunes for an afternoon of fun in the sun.

As we’ve shown you in our coverage of Wanee so far—including our pieces on Roosevelt Colliers tribute to Jimi Hendrix and Dumpstaphunk‘s wild set of Red Hot Chili Peppers covers—the festival is firing on all cylinders. We’ve got three more exclusive videos for your viewing pleasure below, and more from Chris Robinson, Phil Lesh, Widespread Panic, and others on the way! So check out these tunes and keep an eye out for plenty more to come. Enjoy!


“High Is Not The Top”

“Vibration and Light Suite”

“Boppin The Blues”