The Jed Luckless Band travels to hallowed ground, the historic Kenny’s Castaways in NYC, a landmark of live music for over 45 years, and the first stage Phish played in New York City. It’s also JLB’s first visit to the Big Apple proper, and they deliver a tight, rockin’ set, opening for the house act Grant’s Tomb.
The band appropriately bookends the set with Phish tunes, starting off the evening on the right note with the VU classic “Rock and Roll.” Most of the set is JLB original material, including a rocking version of “Victim of The Rhythm” and a powerful “Saw Mill River.” Deadheads are not forgotten, with a long “Shakedown Street” and jam combined with the fun Jed tune “Queen Lucille.”
The set wraps up with a steamy “Ozone Blues” and a kick-ass “Suzy Greenberg” which features a slew of special guests on stage, including Mike Bafundo and the horns from Grant’s Tomb, and Mickey Lauber from Rusty Chicken on vocals.
A great NYC debut for the JLB and a fun show to give a listen to! Enjoy 🙂
-Set 1- (66:10)
01. Rock and Roll > (08:26)
02. Still In Luv With U (04:05)
03. Victim Of The Rhythm > (09:48)
04. Smile Forever (06:06)
05. Shakedown Street > (10:30)
06. Queen Lucille (04:01)
07. The Rally (05:23)
08. Saw Mill River (05:15)
09. Ozone Blues (05:35)
10. Suzy Greenberg (06:57)