Boston’s Paradise Rock Club kicked off 2016 with their 16th annual Hot Stove, Cool Music concert to benefit The Foundation To Be Named Later (TFTBNL). Musicians, baseball players, and business professionals alike were all in attendance in witnessing a night full of music. To cap the evening, San Francisco Giants pitcher Jake Peavy took the stage and performed with his Band of Cohorts.
An athlete and a musician, Jake’s band included some serious all-star players. With Jackie Greene, Doug Pettibone, and Ben Jernigan on guitars, vocalist/trumpeter Jennifer Hartswick (Trey Anastasio Band), Duane Trucks (Widespread Panic) on drums, Kevin Scott on bass, Chris Spies on keys and Chris Spies Jr. on saxophone, the supergroup jammed everything from The Grateful Dead to The Rolling Stones and JJ Cale.
In an interview with CSN Bay Area, Peavy explained: “We got a chance to spend some time with those (TFTBNL) kids today. Always a fun and exciting, special time. It really takes you back to your youth and lets you know what’s important in life. To go out and play music tonight and get to raise lots of money doing something we all love, I’m happy to be here.”
Watch pro-shot footage from the jam-themed ensemble in this video from the Jake Peavy Foundation YouTube channel:
[Via CSN Bay Area]