UPDATED June 11th
Bonnaroo 2012 was webcast on YouTube June 8th-10th. Radiohead, St. Vincent, White Denim, Foster The People, tune-yards, Sharon Jones & the Dap-King, Fitz and The Tantrum and Alabama Shake were among the 21 artists whose sets were streamed Friday afternoon and night. Saturday’s schedule featured Mariachi El Bronx (including Flaming Lips’ auxiliary part-time member Ray Suen), Mogwai, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Temper Trap, Punch Brothers, Battles, Dawes, Umphrey’s McGee and others (17 in all). The festival ended with Sunday webcasts of Bon Iver, The Shins, Phish, Gary Clark Jr, Delta Spirit, Here We Go Magic, The Antlers, Ben Folds Five, fun., The Civil Wars, Alice Cooper and 7 others (the full webcast schedule is here).
Hours of professionally filmed and mixed footage from Bonnaroo is streaming now on demand. Watch peak moments from the weekend – including Radiohead’s entire set – below. Click here for a wide range of additional highlights.
“This song is for Jack White. A big thank-you to him. You’ll find out.”
– Thom York at Bonnaroo 2012 before “Supercollider”
The official recording of their two set June 10th appearance is available for purchase in all formats here (or, download an unofficial recording for free here). Check out a minute-by-minute blog report at livemusicblog. Browse through all Phish-related shows in Bonnaroo’s history here.
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings
Bonnaroo’s annual super-jam featured D’Angelo’s first stateside gig in over a dozen years backed by ?uestlove, Pino Palladino, and members of Parliament-Funkadelic and The Time. Their set included funk standards, Jimi Hendrix’ “Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland) and “Power of Soul,” Led Zeppelin’s “What Is And What Should Never Be” and The Beatles’ “She Came In Through The Bathroom Window.” Download full concert audio at FunkIt.
The Beach Boys (50th anniversary reunion)