My Morning Jacket

Which Tent, Bonnaroo, TN

06/12/04 Which Tent, Bonnaroo, TN


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Al 6/14/2020 3:07:27 PM

"I just don’t understand what people see in this band. Their music is boring and doesn’t go anywhere. "

KW 1/24/2014 12:16:08 PM

""You're a very brave and very beautiful gang and I salute you!" - Yim My first MMJ show and it was amazing! Being from Kentucky, I've seen some pretty epic Jacket shows but this one will always be one my favorites. The severe weather on the horizon and the high winds combined with the energy of the band set the stage for one the best Bonnaroo performaces I've ever seen....Radiohead in '06, the Umphrey's 4 hour long face melt session in '04, Phish '09, UM/Bisco late night '06, Oysterhead, The Beastie Boys... and this show still stands out..."

air-i-ca badu 9/24/2010 11:37:13 PM

"That review from the guy that should be below me on the post. How else do you describe how amazing and forward thinking this band is>>>it is now 2010 and they are about to do these crazy shows at in NYC at Terminal 5. Shame, Shame!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!and Scotty and Toby, Jimmy and Carl, and all the pieces that make up this ongoing music that keeps reforming and coming up with crazy great snuff."

Walker 5/13/2009 7:50:36 AM

"This is the "Beyond the Thunderdome" show that changed my life and trust me it wasn't in a tent. As the show progressed the clouds darkened and a ominous feeling overcame the crowd as the air was literally electric with the impending doom. Lightning in the distance grew closer and the faint of heart begin to leave. The tension was building to a level where you knew something was going to pop. As the show reached its crescendo Jim James voice hit a note that pierced the clouds and the heavens opened up and it poured rain. Some ran for cover, others stayed and danced in the downpour, and My Morning Jacket played even harder as if to dare mother nature to remove them from the stage. This was no ordinary rainstorm but a seriously dangerous electrical thunderstorm in the middle of a field with a few trees scattered about. The band fed off of it and those of us left in the crowd went absolutley nuts. I mean bonkers. When it was over the Which Stage was a mud pit and those that experienced the magic left to tell the others what they had witnessed. "