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Published: 2017/10/07

Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Debut Bob Dylan Cover as Brooklyn Bowl Run Continues

Joe Russo’s Almost Dead continued their Fall Ball run at the Brooklyn Bowl with night two of their six-night residency where they debuted a new cover of Bob Dylan’s “Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues” sung by bassist Dave Dreiwitz.

The cover came in a jam-heavy second set that also included tunes like “Alligator,” “Casey Jones,” “King Solomon’s Marbles” and “The Eleven” prior to the “Easy Wind” set-closer.

The first set also included a Dylan nod, with the group opening with “Shelter From the Storm” which they debuted last year after their Red Rocks show was moved indoors due to bad weather.

The band returns to the stage tonight for night three.

Here’s a look at the setlist:

Joe Russo’s Almost Dead
Brooklyn Bowl, Brooklyn, NY

Set I: Shelter From the Storm, Good Lovin > Touch of Grey > Fire on the Mountain > Cassidy > Cumberland Blues > He’s Gone

Set II: Cumberland Blues Reprise > Alligator > Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues > Casey Jones, King Solomon’s Marbles > The Eleven > Easy Wind

Enc: Promised Land

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