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Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds to release recording of acoustic gig
Long-time collaborators Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds are set to release a double album of a recent acoustic guitar gig they performed.
The pair played at Planet Hollywood's Theatre for the Performing Arts in Las Vegas in December and the show is set to be released as a two-disc record entitled Live in Las Vegas.
Many of the songs performed at the show were acoustic guitar versions of hits from Matthews' latest album Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King.
The duo also performed an acoustic guitar version of Led Zeppelin classic Kashmir.
Live in Las Vegas is the third album released by the pair, following 1999's Live at Luther College and 2007's Live at Radio City, reports Gibson.
It is to be released on February 9th 2010.
Earlier this week, Tim Reynolds told the Vail Observer that he still feels like a frontman, despite touring in the Dave Matthews Band for several years.Posted on 21 Jan 2010 18:45 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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