Last night, Connecticut-bred jamband Goose stopped by the beautiful Metropolitan Opera House in Philadelphia. The sold-out 3,500-capacity venue lovingly called The Met was flush with fans who rallied across the floor and over two levels cascading mezzanines.
Goose opened the show with a cover of Vasudo’s “Rockdale” and continued with fan favorite “Atlas Dogs.” Next, they performed a rocking cover of Pat Benatar’s “Love Is a Battlefield.” The six-song frame was rounded out with “Everything Must Go,” “The Old Man’s Boat” and “Thatch.”
“Animal” kicked the second frame off which was followed by “Feel It Now” then the ensemble rolled into a fast version of “Echo of a Rose” which can be enjoyed below. After the rapid-fire penultimate song, they broke into “Turned Clouds” which closed the second set. After a short break, gratitude, and a photo by Peter Anspach the young rock stars returned to roaring applause for their encore of “Mr. Action.”
Watch the performance of “Echo of a Rose” and enjoy a photo gallery from the evening below.
Metropolitan Opera House, Philadelphia
March 24, 2023
Set I: Rockdale (Vasudo cover), Atlas Dogs, Love Is a Battlefield (Pat Benatar cover), Everything Must Go, The Old Man’s Boat, Thatch
Set II: Animal, Feel It Now, Echo of a Rose (Fast Version), Turned Clouds
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