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Robert Randolph slides into Little Rock for Riverfest

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Robert Randolph and the Family Band brought a lively rock show to Riverfest in Little Rock, Arkansas on Saturday, May 24, 2014 on the Bud Lite stage in front of the Clinton Presidential Center.

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Randolph is a renowned pedal steel player, who enjoyed playing extended pedal steel solos throughout the set. In the middle of the show he invited a fan from the crowd to play guitar onstage with him and the band. That fan ended up playing the rest of the show. He also invited several girls from the audience to come up on stage and dance as he played the song “Shake Your Hips.”

The set also included an instrumental version of the Bobby McFerrin song “Don’t Worry, Be Happy,” and two Jimi Hendrix covers: “Foxey Lady” and an instrumental version of “Voodoo Chile” which was the show closer.

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