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Published: 2017/08/04

Greensky Bluegrass Welcome Marco Benevento in Brooklyn

Greensky Bluegrass took their tour to Brooklyn’s Coney Island last night for a show at Ford Amphitheater that featured opening act Marco Benevento and celebrated 20 years of Phish’s WaterWheel Foundation, and the headliners welcomed the opening keyboardist for several tunes throughout the night.

After opening up their first set with some live staples like “Windshield,” “Burn Them” and “In Control,” Greensky welcomed Benevento and his upright piano to the stage for “Lose My Way,” Bill Monroe’s “Working on a Building” and Traveling Wilburys’ “Handle With Care.” Benevento then returned for a couple songs in the second set, Greensky’s own “I’d Probably Kill You” and “Leap Year.” Later, the collaboration rounded out the night with a cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “Atlantic City.”

See the full setlist below and listen to “Handle With Care” and “Atlantic City,” courtesy of JamBase.

Greensky Bluegrass
Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk, Brooklyn, NY

Set I: Windshield, Burn Them, Take Cover, Train Junky, In Control, A Letter To Seymour, Lose My Way*, Working On A Building*, Handle With Care*

Set II: The Four> Big Shot, Past My Prime, Room Without A Roof, Living Over, I’d Probably Kill You*, Leap Year*, Old Barns, Kerosene

Enc: Atlantic City*

Notes: *w/ Marco Benevento

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