It’s a great time to be a moe. fan.
After Rob Derhak’s triumphant return to the stage on Friday, the band’s second night at the Capitol Theatre kept the momentum moving forward.
The quintet opened with fan-favorite sing-along “Okay Alright,” before jamming into an extended “Not Coming Down”> “Wormwood”> “St. Augustine” segment that had all 1,800 fans in the sold-out crowd excited to see what they would play next.
moe. did not disappoint, debuting a new song by percussionist Jim Loughlin entitled “I Can Never Remember.” They closed out the set with the spacey peaks and valleys of the mid-‘90s tune “Recreational Chemistry.”
Set two opened with Derhak singing on “Brent Black.” Later, the band debuted yet another new composition by Chuck Garvey fittingly called “New Hope For The New Year.” Afterwards moe. ended their second outing with a monumental “Yodelittle”> “George”> “Yodelittle”> “Buster” jam.
They encored with a jazzy “Nebraska,” before closing their two-night run with a rocking “Annihilation Blues.”
Check out the full setlist and pro-shot videos of set openers below:
Feb. 3, 2018
The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY
Set I: Okay Alright > Not Coming Down > Wormwood > St. Augustine, I Can Never Remember&, All Roads Lead To Home, Opium, Recreational Chemistry
Set II: Brent Black, Mexico, Timmy Tucker, New Hope For The New Year^, Yodelittle > George > Yodelittle > Buster
Enc: Nebraska, Annihilation Blues