Jerry Harrison Joins String Cheese Incident in Oakland
The String Cheese Incident played their second of three shows at the Fox Theatre in Oakland last night. To kick off the second set, the band brought out Jerry Harrison for a version of “Rev It Up” from his 1988 album Casual Gods. He later returned to sit in on “Rosie” which appears on the new SCI album, Song In My Head, that he produced as well as Talking Heads’ “This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody).”
Harrison was an original member of The Modern Lovers with David Robinson (The Cars) and also later served as keyboardist and guitarist of the Talking Heads from 1977 until their breakup in 1991.
Song in My Head is now available to stream via Billboard.
Here’s a look at the setlist from last night as it appears in our Box Scores section:
The String Cheese Incident
Fox Theatre Oakland, CA
Set I: Dudley’s Kitchen, Search > Exodus, Betray the Dark, Lonesome Road Blues, You’ve Got the World^, Freedom Jazz Dance, Sweet Melinda > So Far From Home
Set II: Rev It Up*^, Beautiful^, Sand Dollar > Rosie*, Love Is Like A Train, Sirens > Desert Dawn > This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody)* > Desert Dawn
Enc: Black Clouds
Notes: *with Jerry Harrison ^debut