Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

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Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby sweetest punch » Sat Sep 08, 2012 1:54 am

Bill Kirchen 's website has this:

http://www.billkirchen.com/fr_tourdates ... s=33972410

Saturday, October 6
Sixth Annual Richard DeLone Special Housing Project Concert
With Elvis Costello, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, and more.
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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby Man out of Time » Sat Sep 08, 2012 8:42 am

The usual venue for this concert has been the Great American Music Hall (GAMH), at 859 O'Farrell St. in San Francisco. That venue is advertising a show by Jenny Lewis on 6 October, so that may not be the venue this year.

Coincidentally, there is a show by Nick Lowe and Jesse Winchester at GAMH the day before:

http://www.slimspresents.com/events/2012-10-05/nick-lowe-jesse-winchester/

What chance Elvis might turn up there ?

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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby And No Coffee Table » Sat Sep 08, 2012 9:05 am

http://www.pacificsun.com/news/show_story.php?id=4712

And on Oct. 6, Austin de Lone 's annual benefit for the Richard de Lone Special Housing Project (http://www.rdshp.org) featuring Elvis Costello, Bill Kirchen, Jim Lauderdale and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band will be held at the jazz band's new West Coast home, The Chapel at 777 Valencia Street in San Francisco. Tickets will be available online soon.

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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby sweetest punch » Wed Sep 12, 2012 2:34 pm

http://www.rdshp.org/rdshp.org/Home.html

"Elvis will be singing the songs of Robert Hunter, Charlie Rich, Bob Dylan, Declan Patrick Aloysius McManus and other outlaws and hooligans, and will feature a stellar band."
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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby MOJO » Wed Sep 12, 2012 9:01 pm

Sounds awesome. Definitely cool that it's being held in the Mission district, but one question remains unanswered - when/where/how to buy tickets! I guess that will be posted somewhere/sometime.

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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby johnfoyle » Mon Sep 17, 2012 3:10 pm

http://www.ticketfly.com/event/166713/?utm_source=fb1



6th Annual Richard de Lone Special Housing Project Benefit featuring Elvis Costello with special guests Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Bill Kirchen, Jim Lauderdale, and Buddy Miller (Early Show)

Sat, October 6, 2012
Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 7:30 pm
Preservation Hall West at The Chapel
San Francisco, CA
$150.00

http://www.ticketfly.com/event/166221/

6th Annual Richard de Lone Special Housing Project Benefit
featuring Elvis Costello with special guests Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Bill Kirchen, Jim Lauderdale, and Buddy Miller (Late Show)


Sat, October 6, 2012
Doors: 10:00 pm / Show: 10:30 pm
Preservation Hall West at The Chapel
San Francisco, CA
$150.00

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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby jmm » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:13 pm

Got tickets to this show, Nick & Jesse and making the trip to SF again!!
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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby Dr. Luther » Sun Sep 23, 2012 9:15 pm

jmm wrote:Got tickets to this show, Nick & Jesse and making the trip to SF again!!


I don't know (obviously) where you're staying, but be advised of the following events in San Francisco on that particular Saturday:


1. America's Cup regatta
2. Fleet Week (w/ airshow incl. Blue Angels -- a big deal around here.)
3. Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival
4. Game 1 of the NLDS (most likely)


Traffic is probably going to be horrific.
I'm trying to figure out how to deal with this.
Since I'll be attending both the early and late shows, I'll need my car to get out of the city well after midnight.

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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby MOJO » Mon Sep 24, 2012 12:55 pm

... And, the tail end of Oracle Open World (ends Oct. 4th)... approx. # of attendees - 45K.

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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby Dr. Luther » Tue Sep 25, 2012 10:42 am

MOJO wrote:... And, the tail end of Oracle Open World (ends Oct. 4th)... approx. # of attendees - 45K.


Forgot about that one.
Collectively, this may be Armageddon.

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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby sweetest punch » Mon Oct 01, 2012 2:26 pm

Since you put me down, it seems i've been very gloomy. You may laugh but pretty girls look right through me.

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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby And No Coffee Table » Sun Oct 07, 2012 9:12 am

I didn't find much on Twitter:

Elvis Costello is playing a TINY guitar. I am dying. ‪pic.twitter.com/RLBytwx9‬


Elvis Costello's stupid hat is blowing my mind right now. ‪#ballin‬ ‪pic.twitter.com/2okSTggy‬


I'm like 15 feet from Elvis Costello and Jim Lauderdale. I could almost touch their faces.


Elvis Costello, Steve Earle, and Bill Kirchen covering Bob Dylan. ‪#FLEX‬? ‪pic.twitter.com/ENPOUYTK‬


Peeking through the window at Elvis Costello at the new Preservation @ Preservation Hall West at The Chapel http://instagr.am/p/QeSFEauxPr/

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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby therealjeanlass » Sun Oct 07, 2012 3:31 pm

I was depending on the historically dependable Fan Forum to post a setlist for last night's show- I wrote nothing! Here's what I can remember... in no particular order
The Last Town I Painted- with Buddy Miller and Bill Kirchen
Blame It On Cain
The Times They Are a-Changing (Bill Kirchen vocal)
New Song EC wrote with Robert Hunter- possibly called Devil May Care?
No Particular Place to Go
Walking My Baby Back Home w/Preservation Hall Jazz Band
I Wonder, also with PHJB
Sulfur to Sugarcane
... a bunch more, I'm hoping Dr. Luther was there and is just too busy at HSB or something to post now.

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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby therealjeanlass » Sun Oct 07, 2012 3:40 pm

Elvis Costello, Steve Earle, and Bill Kirchen covering Bob Dylan.

That was not even close to Steve Earle- that Twitterer must never have watched The Wire. (It was Buddy Miller.)

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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby Dr. Luther » Sun Oct 07, 2012 5:04 pm

therealjeanlass wrote:... a bunch more, I'm hoping Dr. Luther was there and is just too busy at HSB or something to post now.


I was there -- and significantly inebriated.
I had decided with all the covers and whatnot to just enjoy myself, and not document.
I can extrapolate on given information -- but absolute and totally accurate recall is probably out of the question.

Tremendous evening.
Early show had its rough parts -- but was still very, very good.

Late show was fantastic.
Costello's voice held up well, for the most part.
Lauderdale/Miller was wonderful -- a real treat.
Kirchen was Kirchen. I love that guy.

Preservation Hall Band is just fucking amazing.
Musicianship at its finest.

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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby Jeremy Dylan » Sun Oct 07, 2012 5:57 pm

This is one of those weekends I am extremely irked at not living in the US.

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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby docinwestchester » Sun Oct 07, 2012 6:58 pm

Jeremy Dylan wrote:This is one of those weekends I am extremely irked at not living in the US.


Same feeling here in NYC. What a weekend in SF!

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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby bronxapostle » Sun Oct 07, 2012 8:36 pm

we'll LAUGH at this weekend come OCTOBER 16th in NYC doc! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby Jeremy Dylan » Mon Oct 08, 2012 2:55 am

docinwestchester wrote:
Jeremy Dylan wrote:This is one of those weekends I am extremely irked at not living in the US.


Same feeling here in NYC. What a weekend in SF!


Living in NYC is not a legitimate excuse.

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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby docinwestchester » Mon Oct 08, 2012 6:25 am

Jeremy Dylan wrote:
docinwestchester wrote:
Jeremy Dylan wrote:This is one of those weekends I am extremely irked at not living in the US.


Same feeling here in NYC. What a weekend in SF!


Living in NYC is not a legitimate excuse.

We're spoiled here, no doubt.

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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby jillbeast » Mon Oct 08, 2012 5:36 pm

Here's my setlist:
01. PHJB - Don't know the tune, excellent trumpeting! :-)
02. PHJB - I'll Fly Away
(Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale intro'd pause in the action)
03. BM/JL "Down South In New Orleans" w/ PHJB
04. BM/JL "The Train that Carried My Girl From Town" (Doc Watson Tribute I presume)
05. BM/JL "I Lost My Job of Loving You"
06. BM/JL "Wide River to Cross" (on Diana Krall's new record)
07. BM/JL/BK "Working On the Highway"?
08. BM/JL/BK "I Want To Do Everything For You"
09. BM/JL/BK/AD "The Wobble"
Break, intro to Caroline DeLone
10. CD "Man Up"
Caroline Intro's Elvis
11. "Big Boys Cry"
12. Teensy Guitar time "Blame It On Cain"
13. "Lonley Blue Boy"
14. w/ JL "I Lost You"
15. "Indoor Fireworks"
16. "No Particular Place To Go"
17. w/BM "The Last Town I Painted"
18. w/BK "The Times They Are A Changin'"
19. w/BK, AD"Man In the Bottom of the Well"
20. w/PHJB world premiere of a song written a long time ago?? "Tomorrow's Blues"?
21. w/PHJB "Deep Dark Truthful Mirror"
22. w/PHJB "Stick Out Your Can"
23. w/PHJB "I Wonder"
24. w/PHJB "Waking My Baby Back Home"
25. w/PHJB "She Caught the Train"?
26. w/PHJB "Sulphur to Sugarcane"

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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby jillbeast » Mon Oct 08, 2012 5:42 pm

That was the late show...couldn't attend both unfortunately!

Jill

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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby migdd » Mon Oct 08, 2012 6:23 pm

Whoohooo - a setlist at last! Thanks, Jill!!

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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby Charliesedarka » Fri Oct 12, 2012 5:18 pm

21. w/PHJB "Deep Dark Truthful Mirror"

And now... I REALLY regret not having stayed for the late show, as this is one of my favorites and I have yet to experience it live. Alas, I was on the fence since I had a 5:30AM shuttle back to the airport. Guess what side of the fence I will never be on again?

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Re: Elvis at Richard DeLone Special Housing Project, Oct. 6

Postby jmm » Sat Oct 13, 2012 2:39 pm

Mrs. jmm and I were there for the early show. When we arrived all of the "good seats" were taken or reserved but Lesley DeLone had them bring two more chairs to the floor for us. Thus we sat 5th row center and couldn't have asked for better placement. They video'd the show. The cameraman we were next to had done the Elvis and Nick show 2 years back (which was fantastic). He said it's almost ready and that they were doing a short interview with EC to add as the last part that very evening -- we shall see??

This was our 3rd EC of the weekend having see the HSB and friends of Jesse W sets on Friday. The 3 of them highlight what keeps us coming back again and again - simalar but different, chamging all the time. Solo and then with Buddy Miller just doing a few of Jesse's songs and then this tour d'force night! And we even missed Mill Valley on Fri night.

When I say Saturday was special it's an understatement. The only complaints about the short opening sets from the PHJB and Buddy / Jim Lauderdale were that they weren't longer by design. The new album that Buddy & Jim did songs from sounds like it'll be GREAT if what we heard is any indication. I still thought so after hearing some of the same songs during Jim's set at HSB on Sunday (not sure how he gets the first slot of the day??)

But on to the main attraction. EC was in fine voice and enjoying himself from the very start of "big boys cry" through his story about playing his version of "no particular place to go" for Chuck Berry and Keith Richards -- and then for us -- to "stick out your can" once the PHJB had joined in. A BIG highlight was Tomorrow's Blues, the new song, and as played with the PHJB put me in the area of St James Infirmary, if I dare say it. I just hope it stays in that area not like some of the recent songs that seem to have gone astry in the studio (5 small words being the first that comes to mind).

It seems like EC is getting even more willing to do what he wants on song selection (especially covers and basically none of the "hits" this night) and sharing with Buddy, Jim,, PHJB and Bill K. Bill singing The Times they are a' changing (which we'd heard earlier in the day during his HSB set) was great as he was on guitar throughout.

I didn't keep a set list - there are others in common with the late show like I Lost You, Indoor Fireworks, Blame it on Cain, Man at the bottom of a well, walking my baby back hom, sulfur to sugarcane but others seem different too. Hopefully the list (or even better the taping that was going on) will surface at some point

The venue of the new Preservation Hall West was so new it wasn't all painted but was a wonderful combination of intimate and professional, I look forwad to the chance to go back

Another excellent show and worth the trip to SF!!
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