A journey through song, 2009, Day 3

Day 3:  Webb Wilder, Hub City Allstars, Tift Merritt, Glen Phillips, Brandi Carlile, Marc Broussard, Shawn Mullins, Ed Robertson, Zac Brown Band.  After a day in Samana, we had plenty of music to come back on the boat for.

Webb Wilder followed by the Hub City Allstars were on the pool deck again.  It’s a perfect location to hear their music.

Tift Merritt started off the night in the Spinnaker Lounge.  She did “Broken” and mentioned watching the “Titanic” before going on the cruise.  We were quite impressed with her performance.  We caught a little bit of Glen Phillips (who noted he was enjoying getting re-acquainted with his wife on this cruise) before going to see our headliner Brandi Carlile.  What a difference a year makes.  Carlile, with Josh on upright bass and “The Twins” in her band were amazing.   She has much more confidence (as she should with that voice and songwriting ability).  Carlile likes to perform barefoot.  She also sang a few new songs from her upcoming new release.  The Indigo Girls joined her on stage. As usual, Marc Broussard was SRO and on again before Shawn Mullins.  Broussard brought his dad on board to accompany him.  Mullins’ changed up his set for his 2nd show of the cruise.  He did a very impassioned version of the James McMurtry song  “We Can’t Make It Here”. While I was seeing Mullins, Mr. Barb checked out Ed Robertson (Barenaked Ladies) – his quirky sound played well in the Atrium, and Mr. Barb recommended we check out his show later in the Spinnaker.  After Mullins’ we stayed around to see the Zac Brown Band (Clay Cook pulling double duty tonight with Mullins & Zac.)  There was a lot of buzz for this band, and their hit “Chicken Fried”.  We only stayed for a few jams, but we were in awe over their sound.  A little bit of everything. 

Barb S.  – Sunday Mix Host

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