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Joan Osborne In Concert

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Joan Osborne has just returned to the national stage with an album of her favorite blues and R&B songs, Bring It On Home. The collection, co-produced with guitarist Jack Petruzzelli, features tracks made famous by Muddy Waters, Ray Charles, Al Green and Otis Redding.

Osborne offered her interpretations of these classic cuts during a webcast from World Cafe Live in Philadelphia on Friday, April 6.

Set List

  • "I'm Qualified"
  • "I Don't Need No Doctor"
  • "I Wanna Be Loved"
  • "Shake Your Hips"
  • "Game of Love"
  • "Same Love That Made Me Laugh"
  • "Champagne & Wine"
  • "Rhymes"
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