Photo by Dino Perrucci
Greensky Bluegrass continued their winter tour on Saturday night, performing at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, N.Y., alongside special guests, The Infamous Stringdusters.
The Infamous Stringdusters opened up the night with a cover of the Grateful Dead’s “Scarlet Begonias” and “West L.A. Fadeaway” tease, partnered with the band’s original “Get It While You Can.”
Greensky Bluegrass kicked off the first set with the second-ever performance of “Worry For You,” followed by a thirteen-minute long “Leap Year” and four tracks from Stress Dreams– the band’s latest LP was released on Friday, Jan. 21.
The excitement peaked during the latter part of the first set when Greensky Bluegrass fiddler Jeremy Garrett joined in on “Fixin’ To Ruin” and stuck around for “Burn Them.”
The second set began with another track off Stress Dreams, this time “Reasons to Stay,” unveiled at The Met in Philadelphia, Pa., on Friday. This followed by an epic “Broke Mountain Breakdown” before continuing with another set of songs off Stress Dreams.
The set closed with “Grow Together” and “Run or Die.” Greensky Bluegrass welcomed collaborator and percussionist Guido Batista for an encore performance of “What You Need” to end the evening.
Read the full show recap from Greensky Bluegrass’ performance at The Met in Philadelphia, Pa., here.
Watch Greensky Bluegrass perform “Reasons To Stay” below.
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The Capitol Theatre – Port Chester, N.Y.
Jan. 22, 2022
Set 1: Worry for You, Leap Year, Absence of Reason, New & Improved, Streetlight, Stress Dreams, Fixin To Ruin*, Burn Them*
Set 2: Reasons to Stay, Broke Mountain Breakdown^ > Give a Shit, Monument, Get Sad, Cut a Tooth, Screams, Grow Together > Run or Die
Enc.: What You Need
* with Jeremy Garrett on fiddle
^ “The Breakdown”