ALO guitarist Dan Lebowitz honored Cliff Greenberg at New York’s historic The Plaza on Monday night. Greenberg, a Vice President at Baron Capital Inc. and patron of the Grateful Dead and Allman Brothers communities, received the prestigious Daniel S. Och Award as part of UJA Federation’s Investment Management Event for his work benefiting Israel.

Lebo led a band that included keyboardist Jason Crosby and singer Lesley Grant through a selection of Greenberg’s favorite songs. Their setlist included ALO’s “I Wanna Feel It,” The Rolling Stones’ “Wild Horses,” the Grateful Dead’s “Black Muddy River,” ALO’s “Try,” the Dead’s “Lazy River Road,” the Dead’s “Brokedown Palace” and Bob Dylan’s “Forever Young.” During “Try,” the trio also segued into a bit of the Allman Brothers Band’s “Jessica” and“Bob Dylan’s “It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry.” Relix co-editor-in-chief Mike Greenhaus introduced the band at the start of their set and said a few words about Greenberg’s contributions to the jamband scene.