John Popper And The Duskray Troubadours In Concert The former singer of Blues Traveler performs a special afternoon show at the 11th annual NON-COMMvention, a conference for rock-friendly public radio stations. Hear his new roots-rock band's entire concert.
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John Popper And The Duskray Troubadours In Concert

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John Popper And The Duskray Troubadours In Concert

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Set List

  • "Something Sweet"
  • "Champipple"
  • "What Can I Do"
  • "A Lot Like You"
  • "All The Way Down"

Best known for his role as the harmonica-toting frontman of Blues Traveler, John Popper also sports serious skills as a guitarist and singer, as well as an impressive career dating back to the 1980s.

His new project's eponymous release, John Popper and the Duskray Troubadours, features 12 original tracks. It's described by Popper himself as the "liberating, scrappy, roots-rock alter ego of Blues Traveler," and he's pretty much on the money.

Popper and his band recently took the stage at The Queen in Wilmington, Del., for a special show at the NON-COMMvention radio conference.