The Deep Vibration On Mountain Stage The Nashville band got its name at the suggestion of Lou Reed. Led by singer and guitarist Matt Campbell, the group brings its highly electrified, ragged sound to the program in songs from its debut EP, Veracruz.
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The Deep Vibration in Concert on Mountain Stage - 06/19/2009

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The Deep Vibration On Mountain Stage

The Deep Vibration On Mountain Stage

The Deep Vibration in Concert on Mountain Stage - 06/19/2009

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Set List

  • "Thanks To You"
  • "Worried Mind"
  • "Wayfaring Stranger"*
  • *performed by Julie Adams and the Mountain Stage band

The Nashville rockers of The Deep Vibration got their band's name at the suggestion of Lou Reed. Founded by singer/guitarist Matt Campbell and guitarist Jeremy Fetzer, and joined by drummer Luke Herbert and bassist Adam Binder, The Deep Vibration performs songs from its debut EP, Veracruz.

The highly electrified band is a bit of a contrast to the popular sounds of its home base of Nashville. Campbell's loose, versatile vocals deliver hushed lyrics and upper register cries, while the underlying instruments provide an atmospheric, ragged backing.

Julie Adams and the Mountain Stage band perform the standard "Wayfaring Stranger" to conclude the set.

This feature originally ran Jun. 19, 2009.