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Published: 2013/10/22

Sam Bush, Larry Campbell, Eric Krasno and Otto Hauser Join The Black Crowes at The Cap

Photo by Dino Perrucci

The Black Crowes were once again joined by a few special guests during the third night of their acoustic run at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY. Mandolinist Sam Bush, multi-instrumetnalist Larry Campbell, guitarist Eric Krasno and percussionist Otto Hauser all sat in with the group. Hauser joined the band for the duration of the show, while Bush and Campbell took the stage periodically throughout the night and Krasno came out for one song.

The night featured a number of covers including The Byrds’ “He Was a Friend of Mine,” Bob Dylan’s “Meet Me in the Morning,” Traffic’s “Feelin’ Alright” Doc Watson’s “Walk on Boy,” The Band’s “Rockin’ Chair” and Merle Haggard’s “Sing Me Back Home,” as well as debut renditions of Conway Twitty’s “Just Because” and The Rolling Stone’s “Wild Horses.” As has been the case with the run’s previous shows, Rich and Chris Robinson each played one solo song, with Rich opting for “Falling Again” and Chris doing a rendition of “Tomorrow Blues.”

The Black Crowes will close out their acoustic run at The Capitol Theatre tonight.

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

Monday, October 21, 2013, The Black Crowes (acoustic), The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY

JEALOUS AGAIN
HOTEL ILLNESS
HE WAS A FRIEND OF MINE
MEET ME IN THE MORNING
GIRL FROM A PAWNSHOP
GARDEN GATE
JUST BECAUSE (1st time played)
HOW MUCH FOR YOUR WINGS
BRING ON BRING ON
HERE COMES DAYLIGHT
FEELIN ALRIGHT
WHAT IS HOME
WALK ON BOY (1st time played)
FALLING AGAIN
TOMORROW BLUES
WELCOME TO THE GOODTIMES
WILD HORSES (1st time played)
THORN IN MY PRIDE – encore –
ROCKIN CHAIR
SING ME BACK HOME
SHINE ALONG

W/ Larry Campbell, Sam Bush, Otto Hauser and Eric Krasner

Photos by Dino Perrucci

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