The Disco Biscuits wrapped up their Camp Bisco event in Scranton, PA with a three-set show that featured an appearance from longtime collaborator Tom Hamilton as well as a debut of Donna Summer’s “I Feel Love” in the third set.
Hamilton emerged in the second set for Bob Marley’s “Exodus,” a cover he’s previously played with the band, most recently as February during their run in Philadelphia. Hamilton has previously covered Marley as well as the Grateful Dead in the past year with the Biscuits.
The Donna Summer cover came out of “Helicopters” in the third set as the group wrapped up the show with a segment of the tune that included Summer’s “I Feel Love,” “Tricycle” and “Air Song” before returning to “Helicopters” to wrap up the set.
The Disco Biscuits will next perform at Lockn’ Festival in Arrington, VA.
Here’s a look at the setlist:
The Disco Biscuits
Camp Bisco, Montage Mountain Scranton, PA
Set I: Caves of the East > Loose Change, Bernstein & Chasnoff > Highwire (inverted) > Tempest > Bernstein & Chasnoff, Mulberry’s Dream
Set II: Morph Dusseldorf > Above the Waves (inverted) > The Champions > Exodus* > Above the Waves > Morph Dusseldorf
Set III: Dub Dribble > Helicopters > I Feel Love^ > Tricycle > Air Song > Helicopters
*with Tom Hamilton
^Debut (Donna Summer)