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Bearded and wiry behind the mic, Bates dug into Petty’s 1982 hit single with bite and warmth, with Dhani Harrison on electric guitar and Scaggs plucking a deep bass groove.
Later in the night, the Pierces had some fine sisterly choreography, but when Bates stepped back during an instrumental break on "You Got Lucky" to really get down, shuffling and spinning in place, Petty Fest reached its boogie-happy peak. You guys were probably already singing along," said Emily Armstrong of Dead Sara to the crowd mid-way into the night.
As always, backing the night’s singers and soloists was the Cabin Down Below Band (led by bassist and Rolling Stone contributor Austin Scaggs) for a three-hour concert of hits and deep cuts from the massive Petty catalog at L. The two shows will benefit the artist support organization Refuge Foundation, a 10-acre sanctuary in Appleton, Wisconsin.
Here is a list of some highlights from the opening night. I wish I wrote them all, to be honest," said Matt Shultz of Cage the Elephant, after finishing an anxious "Breakdown" with Matthan Minster.
Comic actors have appeared on the Best Fest stage before (Will Forte sang at Fleetwood Mac Fest), but Kristen Wiig’s appearance beside Norah Jones for two songs added some welcome warmth to biting lyrics like "And turn the radio loud, I'm too alone to be proud." Wiig waved to friends in the crowd and sang harmonies with Jones on "You Don’t Know How It Feels" and "Time to Move On" without pretension, and sometimes with a shy grin that suggested she was as happy to just be part of the night as anyone in the audience.
Jakob Dylan began his two-song appearance at Petty Fest with a corny wisecrack: "If you know this song, it’s worth waiting for." But the crowd would have to wait a little longer, when Dylan soon stopped the song after one of the band’s guitar amps failed.
With long hair past his shoulders, Boyd gave a forceful reading as the band ripped up on guitars.
Boyd hardly moved onstage, seeming to command the room with hardly any effort.
suggested that her client couldn’t have raped Chrissie Bixler because the two were in a relationship when he allegedly assaulted an unconscious Bixler at least twice.
Bixler is one of four women who have accused the actor of raping them in the early aughts." data-reactid="11"Danny Masterson’s publicist of nearly 20 years, Jenni Weinman, suggested that her client couldn’t have raped Chrissie Bixler because the two were in a relationship when he allegedly assaulted an unconscious Bixler at least twice.
Both shared the stage, singing and shouting "It’s alright! Shultz didn’t leap into the crowd, but turned the energy way up on "American Girl," leaning over the crowd, finger high in the air as he shouted of a girl "raised on promises," singing like the words were his own.