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Published: 2013/01/24

Andy Hall Sits in with Railroad Earth

Photo by Eye and Eye Photography via Railroad Earth’s Facebook page

On Sunday night, Railroad Earth closed their three-show run at Denver, CO’s Ogden Theatre. Near the end of the band’s first set, Infamous Stringdusters’ Andy Hall emerged to play dobro on “Mourning Flies” and “Walk Beside Me.” When the band returned to the stage for their second set, Hall returned with them and remained on dobro for most of the group’s show. He even performed with the band on the new John Skehan original “New Thing.” Hall took the stage one final time during Railroad Earth’s encore for a cover of “Catfish John.”

As previously reported, Dan Sears and The String Cheese Incident’s Bill Nershi also joined Railroad Earth this past weekend. Railroad Earth will perform at Minneapolis, MN’s First Avenue this evening.

Here’s a look at Sunday’s setlist via Setlist.com

January 20, Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO

Set I: Long Way To Go, Colorado, The Good Life – > Seven Story Mountain, Gold Rush, A Day on the Sand, Mourning Flies (1), Walk Beside Me (1)

Set II: Just So You Know (1), Drag Him Down, For Love, Flower Between the Stones (1), Been Down This Road, New Thing (2) > Warhead Boogie (1) > Black Elk Speaks, Lordy, Lordy, I Ain’t Got No Home, Hard Livin’

E: Catfish John (1)

(1) with Andy Hall on Dobro
(2) First time played, instrumental written by John Skehan and with Andy Hall on Dobro

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