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Published: 2013/04/16

Furthur Kick Off Capitol Theatre Run

Photo by Dino Perrucci, via the Capitol Theatre Facebook page

Furthur kicked off their sold out, nine-night run at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY last night. The band started off the first set with a jam that became “Truckin’” before playing into “Bertha.” The set also included “Friend of the Devil” into “Cumberland Blues,” followed by a ““Candyman,” “He’s Gone” and “Cold Rain and Snow.”

The music never stopped for the second set, which began with a “Shakedown Street” that transitioned into a jam, followed by “Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)” into “St. Stephen,” “Born Cross-Eyed,” Bob Dylan’s “All Along the Watchtower,” “Mountain Song,” and “So Many Roads” before closing out with “Goin’ Down The Road Feeling Bad.” The band then encored with “U.S. Blues.”

The show gave the Capitol Theatre a chance to show off its state-of-the-art lighting system, with the Steal Your Face and other Grateful Dead iconography projected on to the walls and ceilings of the classic venue. Furthur will perform at the theatre again tonight, and the band has eight more shows there until the run closes on April 25.

Here’s a look at last night’s setlist via Philzone

Monday, April 15, 2013, Furthur, Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY

Set 1:
Jam> Truckin’> Bertha, FOTD> Cumberland Blues, Candyman> He’s Gone>
Cold Rain & Snow

Set 2:
Shakedown Street> Jam> Caution…> St Stephen> Born Cross-Eyed> All Along The Watchtower> Mountain Song> So Many Roads> Goin’ Down the Road Feelin’ Bad

US Blues

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