Greensky Bluegrass brought their tour to the Tabernacle Theater in Atlanta over the weekend, and the band continued their ongoing collaborations with opening act Fruition, along with a special guest from Leftover Salmon.
The first set was closed out with a three-song run featuring Salmon’s Drew Emmitt, who came up for “Reuben’s Train,” “Breaking Thru” and “Frederico.” The guest spots continued in the second frame, as Fruition’s Jay Cobb Anderson and Mimi Naja joined Greensky for a cover of J.J. Cale’s “After Midnight” midway through the set, while Guido Batista lended some tambourine to “Burn Them” near the close of the show.
Watch fan-shot video of the full first set above and see the setlist below. Greensky Bluegrass play tonight at The National in Richmond, VA.
Tabernacle Theater, Atlanta, GA
Set I: The Four > 33443, Kerosene, Time > Breathe Reprise, Hit Parade of Love, Dustbowl Overtures, Past My Prime, Rueben’s Train*, Breaking Thru*, Frederico*
Set II: Bringing in the Georgia Mail, Hold On > Miss September, After Midnight^, Leap Year, Take Cover, Jaywalking, Burn Them+, Living Over
Enc: Midnight Rider
Notes: *w/Drew Emmitt
^w/ Jay Cobb Anderson & Mimi Naja
+w/ Guido Batista (tambourine)