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As part of the Northwest String Summit’s “Peacock Pickin’ Party” concert series, Greensky Bluegrass closed out a two-night run on July 28, giving fans their first-ever version of Ween’s “Exactly Where I’m At” and a two-song sit-in by

The band’s first set was bookended by a nice “Just to Lie”> “Labor of Love” opener and a killer “All For Money” closer, but it was the second set where they really kicked things into overdrive.

The aforementioned Ween debut arrived quickly, as the White Pepper cut emerged out of their “Wish I Didn’t Know.” From there, the band nodded to the passing of ZZ Top’s Dusty Hill by teasing “La Grange” in “Freeborn Man.”

Law jumped onstage for Robin Davis Duo’s “Prom Night” and GSBG’s “Fixin’ To Ruin,” and the second frame ended strong with a “Tarpology” jam that bled into Bob Marley’s “Could You Be Loved.”

“Living Over” ended the set, and “No Expectations” acted as the band’s encore.

“Nothing quite like being back at Horning’s Hideout,” GSBG wrote in the midst of the run.

Check out the full setlist below:

Greensky Bluegrass
July 28, 2021
Horning’s Hideout, North Plains, Ore.

Set I: Just to Lie > Labor of Love, Jaywalking, It’s Not Mine Anymore, Beauty and Pain, 200 Miles from Montana, Grow Bananas, Casual Wednesday, All for Money

Set II: Wish I Didn’t Know > Exactly Where I’m At^, Freeborn Man%, Prom Night*, Fixin To Ruin*, Tarpology > Could You Be Loved, Living Over

Enc: No Expectations

^ live debut
% with “La Grange” tease
* with Scott Law