Medley of Petty Theft
Clips from live shows.
Learning To Fly - Live at Town Hall Theatre 2014
Live at Town Hall Theatre, Lafayette, CA on January 31, 2014.
Don't Do Me Like That - Live at McNear’s Mystic Theatre 2014
Live at McNear’s Mystic Theatre, Petaluma, CA on March 29, 2014.
'A Woman In Love (It’s Not Me)' Live at Sweetwater Music Hall 2018
Live at Sweetwater Music Hall, Mill Valley, CA on March 31, 2018. “A Woman In Love (It’s Not Me)” is the second single from Hard Promises, the fourth studio album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers released on May 5, 1981. #pettyforever
'American Girl' - Live at SOMO Concerts 2018
‘American Girl’ live at SOMO Concerts, Rohnert Park on September, 8, 2018.
Live recording: Ben Krames
Video editing: Daniel Swan
Audio mix: Adam Berkowitz
'Mary Jane’s Last Dance' live at SOMO Concerts
Live at SOMO Concerts, Rohnert Park on September, 8, 2018.
'I Won’t Back Down' - Live at SOMO Concerts
‘I Won’t Back Down’ live at SOMO Concerts, Rohnert Park on September, 8, 2018.
Runnin' Down A Dream - Steve Ferrone and Petty Theft
‘Running Down A Dream’ – May 28, 2018
Memorial Day show in Mill Valley joined by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers drummer Steve Ferrone! Humbled and honored to have Steve play “Won’t Back Down”, “Running Down A Dream”, “Don’t Come Around Here No More” and “It’s Good To Be King” (thanks to Kenneth Brian of The Kenneth Brian Band for joining on the jam finale) with us. A most gracious and nicer guy you will not find. Thank you Steve!
'It's Good To Be King' - Steve Ferrone, Kenneth Brian, and Petty Theft
‘It’s Good To Be King’ – October 20, 2018.
Live from our 7th Annual Tom Petty Birthday Celebration we had on Tom’s Birthday at Cornerstone Craft Beer & Live Music in Berkeley. We were so humbled and honored to have Steve Ferrone sit in with us again for the final six songs. Here, along with Kenneth Brian (The Kenneth Brian Band) to close out the evening with this rendition of “It’s Good To Be King”…
Interview on The Tom Petty Project
Today’s special bonus episode is a conversation I had with San Francisco-based tribute band @PettyTheft I chatted for just about an hour and a half with bassist Django Bayless and lead singer/rhythm guitarist Dan Durkin, the two founding members of the band about how the band came together, how they choose songs to cover, and of course, their love of Tom’s music. As I said to the boys during the call, their sense of fun and their love of playing Tom’s music shines through both in conversation and when they’re on stage laying it down. They’ve played with Steve Ferrone and opened for Lynyryd Skynyrd and Tesla and they’re one of the best bands and they were an absolute blast to talk to: the time flew by. I’m really looking forward to seeing them in the flesh some day and will be on the lookout for geographically opportune moments to connect with a band that embodies the spirit of the music; love playing, love the crowd. Petty Theft is currently in the middle of their 20th Anniversary Tour (so you know they have to be good, because you simply don’t last that long if you aren’t!)