Funk-infused jam band Pigeons Playing Ping Pong hit Burlington, Vermont’s Higher Ground on Thursday night (April 4) where PPPP welcomed hometown hero and Twiddle guitarist Mihali Savoulidis for a bit of shredding. As Jambase reported, Savoulidis took the stage with PPPP halfway through the first set to jam on “Live Life.” Savoulidis added his own solo and also traded licks with Pigeons guitarist Jeremy Schon.
PPPP also played fan favorites including "Whireld," "Porcupine," "Henrietta," "Poseidon," "Horizon" and a cover of Stevie Wonder’s "Living for the City." For the encore, Pigeons delivered the anthem "Funk is Fun." You can check out the full show in the video above.
The Twiddle/PPPP Burlington collab is a preview of what is to come when both bands headline Colorado’s iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre this spring along with Montana bluegrass outfit Kitchen Dwellers. The bands will deliver a collaborative set as “TwidGeonDwellers.” It is sure to be pretty spectacular.
The show is Twiddle’s sophomore headline at the famed venue and PPPP’s Red Rocks headlining debut. Twiddle is touring around their 2017 double LP, Plump; Pigeons released their latest album, Pizazz, in 2017 as well. Twiddle, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong and Kitchen Dwellers head to Red Rocks on May 2. Purchase your (Tickets) here.