God Street Wine returned to New York’s Irving Plaza for two additional reunion shows this past weekend. Like the group’s previous reunion gigs at New York’s Gramercy Theater, these shows benefited the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. God Street Wine first headlined Irving Plaza in 1993 and called the room home through 1999. This weekend’s show featured several songs the band has yet to revive since reuniting, including its single “Wendy.” The musicians repeated a few songs from the previous weekend, however, including “Nightingale,” “Driving West,” “Hellfire,” “Imogene,” “Princess Henrietta,” “Cheap Utah Blues,” “Borderline,” “Other Shore,” “Into the Sea,” “Goodnight Gretchen,” “Stupid Hat,” “Mile by Mile” “Epiphany,” “Waiting for the Tide” and “Thirsty.” In total, the band’s four reunion shows moved 2,700+ tickets and featured 14 hours of music. The members of God Street Wine will come together again in January for two shows on Jam Cruise.