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Les Claypool

Les Claypool

Nov 18th 2017 @ Hopmonk Tavern

Sebastopol, CA
I Was There
About Les Claypool
Genres:
Rnb-soul, Funk, R&b/soul
Saturday, November 18th, 2017
8:00 PM
Hopmonk Tavern
230 Petaluma Ave, Sebastopol, CA 95472
37 RSVPs
Claypool Cellars Wine Harvest Bonanza ft. Les Claypool & Friends
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About Les Claypool
Genres:
Rnb-soul, Funk, R&b/soul
Fan Live Reviews
Wilmington, DE@
World Cafe Live
August 26th 2014
Couldn't be better
Mike
Wilmington, DE@
World Cafe Live
July 31st 2014
Show of the year. The openers Reformed Whores were an amazing surprise and Les Jammed for almost 2 hours and didn't even really follow a set list. Great venue. Even greater show.
Wilmington, DE@
World Cafe Live
July 13th 2014
Les as usual put on a hell of a show??
Jeff
Lake Buena Vista, FL@
House of Blues Orlando
December 4th 2013
Les was his usual brilliant self. The show was definitely a departure from what I have come to expect. Not on par with the Frog Brigade, but still highly entertaining.
Simon
Lake Buena Vista, FL@
House of Blues Orlando
November 10th 2013
Epic
Brendan
Covington, KY@
Madison Theater
October 19th 2013
Les is always a damn good show no matter what form the current tour may be. This current acoustic incarnation, Duo De Twang (as this should be listed) with Bryan Kehoe on the six string, was something that I've very rarely seen in a professional setting. Of all the concerts I've been to I can think of one that reminds me of this, ambience, if you will. It was an evening with Chris Cornell. Where most of the set was just him, playing an acoustic and singing, sitting on the side of the stage. At any rate, this is a killer show, one that should be seen by anyone with an appreciation of acoustic music, or les and Bryans playing. A piece of advice though, If you do consider attending, do yourself a favor and do not make the decision based on someone's crap camera phone YouTube video, even though you may see the "same" song, being there to hear/feel the music is entirely different, it's truly no comparison, apples to oranges.