G. Love & Special Sauce bring anniversary tour to Stage AE
By Jack Fordyce
Published: Sunday, Feb. 9, 2014, 3:25 p.m.
Celebrating the band's 20th anniversary, G. Love & Special Sauce performed with opening act Kristy Lee at Pittsburgh's Stage AE Saturday, Feb. 8.
Reuniting for the first time in eight years, front man G. Love was joined by original band members James “Jimmy Jazz” Prescott on upright bass and Jeffrey “The Houseman” Clemens on drums.
The trio performed their self-titled debut album in its entirety during the first set, and returned to play audience favorites throughout the nearly three hour show including “Baby's Got Sauce,” “Cold Beverage,” and “I-76.”
G. Love & Special Sauce will release a new album titled “Sugar” on April 22nd.
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