Greensky Bluegrass’s show at the Buckhead Theatre in Atlanta featured a pair of special guests including Jeff Mosier (banjo) and guitarist Billy Strings, who each sat in during a set for a couple of tunes.
Among the highlights, Mosier joining in on first set takes of “Paul & Silas” and the band’s own “I’d Probably Kill You.” The former was a slight nod to Phish, as the band covers the tune quite often, but the second set saw Greensky truly dip into the Phish catalog, quoting “Vibration of Life” and “Kung” in the second set during “The Four” before welcoming out Billy Strings on “Burn Them” and “Reuben’s Train.”
The Phish nods continued with a “Tweezer Reprise” jam in “Broke Mountain Breakdown” and the “Walk Away” cover that followed. One more time in the encore, Greensky teased “Hold Your Head Up” as they do quite often, in “Just Listening” before the “Living Over” show closer.
Here’s a look at the setlist:
Buckhead Theatre, Atlanta, GA
Set I: Dustbowl Overtures, Don’t Let Your Deal Go Down, Lose My Way, Ain’t No Bread in the Breadbox, Paul & Silas*, I’d Probably Kill You*, Demons, Less Than Supper, Run or Die
Set II: Just to Lie > The Four > Burn Them** > Reuben’s Train** > Burn Them**, Merely Avoiding, Wings for Wheels, Broke Mountain Breakdown > Walk Away > Broke Mountain Breakdown, Windshield
Enc: Just Listening, Living Over
Notes: *w/Jeff Mosier **w/Billy Strings