The All Roads Runaround tour made a stop in Irving, Texas on Saturday, giving moe., Blues Traveler and G. Love the opportunity for even more collaborations.

As per the show’s three-set format, Blues Traveler began the show with a batch of originals, punctuated by hits like “Hook” and “Run Around.”

Next came the highly-anticipated collaborative set which saw Al Schnier and Jim Loughlin of moe. pairing with John Popper and Ben Wilson of BT for a version of Blues Traveler’s “100 Years.” Later, the full moe. lineup (plus G. Love, and Wilson/Chan Kinchla of BT) offered a fun version of “Deep Elem Blues,” before a rotating cast took on “Can’t You Hear Me Knockin’?” and “Go Crazy” to close the performance.

For the final set of the night, moe. – who haven’t shied away from political setlists in the past – made a sly reference to Texas’ own political strife at the US/Mexico border by encoring their single set with Led Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Song.” (moe. have played the songs several times since its May 2018 debut, most recently in on Aug. 3 in Atlanta.)

For more information on the All Roads Runaround tour click here.

moe./Blues Traveler/G. Love
Aug. 10, 2019
Toyota Music Factory, Irving, TX

100 Years*, Short People**, Deep Elem Blues^, Can’t You Hear Me Knockin’^^, Go Crazy%

*with Ben Wilson, Al Schnier, Jim Loughlin, John Popper
**with Vinnie Amico, Al Schnier, Ben Wilson, Tad Kinchla
^with all members of moe., Ben Wilson, Chan Kinchla, G. Love
^^with Ben Wilson, Chan Kinchla, Rob Derhak, Chuck Garvey, Brendan Hill, Al Schnier, Jim Loughlin,
%with all members of moe., Blues Traveler, and G. Love

Aug. 10, 2019
Toyota Music Factory, Irving, TX

Tailspin > Not Coming Down > Billy Boat, Kyle’s Song > New Hope For The New Year, Blue Jeans Pizza > Recreational Chemistry

Enc: Immigrant Song