The Disco Biscuits kicked off their three-night run at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas on Thursday night, offering a two-set, late-night performance following Phish’s show at the nearby MGM Grand and busting out a Vegas-appropriate cover of Elvis and more.

First up was a cover of Donna Summer’s “I Feel Love,” which the Biscuits have now played just three times since its debut last summer, coming out of the night’s opener, “Confrontations.” The band returned to that tune after the Summer cover before jumping into JJ Cale’s “After Midnight” in a nod to the late(/early) hour. Keyboardist Aron Magner’s “Neck Romancer” made an appearance later in the first set for the first time since August 2016.

The Elvis cover, played in homage to the city where the King played so often, came at the close of the second set, when the Biscuits offered their second-ever version of “Suspicious Minds,” playing the tune for the first time since February 2016.

See the full setlist below, along with full, pro-shot video of the night from the band’s free webcast.  The Disco Biscuits return to Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas tonight and tomorrow, and both shows can be streamed for free via The Relix Channel on YouTube.


The Disco Biscuits
Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV

Set I: Confrontation-> I Feel Love-> Confrontation, After Midnight-> Basis for a Day-> Neck Romancer-> Basis for a Day

Set II: Crystal Ball, Little Shimmy in a Conga Line-> Tempest-> Little Shimmy in a Conga Line, Suspicious Minds

Enc: Munchkin Invasion