Greensky Bluegrass took their tour to the Westcott Theater in Syracuse, NY, last night as part of their run of dates with support from Fruition, and the headlining band welcomed out one of the latter’s members for a tribute to the late Butch Trucks, who passed away earlier this week.

As JamBase notes, The sit in came at the tail end of the first set when Jay Cobb Anderson came out to lend his harmonica to the Allman Brothers Band’s “One Way Out” in homage to the ABB founding drummer Trucks. Watch a clip of that performance here.

Greensky continue their tour tonight at Penn’s Peak in Jim Thorpe, PA.

Greensky Bluegrass
Westcott Theater, Syracuse, NY

Set I: The Four> E.M.D. (Eat My Dust), Into the Rafters, Room Without a Roof, White Freight Liner Blues, Demons, Nine Days, Broke Mountain Breakdown> One Way Out*

Set II: Hold On> Handle With Care> Blood Sucking F®iends, Tied Down, Last Winter in the Copper Country> A Letter to Seymour> New Rize Hill, Casual Wednesday> Run or Die

Enc: Windshield

Notes: *w/ Jay Cobb Anderson on Harmonica