Watch Greensky Bluegrass Invite Marcus King For Gregg Allman Tribute [Full Show Audio]

first_imgSetlist: Greensky Bluegrass | Rooster Walk | Axton, VA | 5/27/2017Set: Old Barns, Worried about the Weather, Miss September, One Way Out *, Don’t Lie*, Just to Lie>Hold On, Working on a Building #, Could you Be Loved #, A Letter to Seymour, In Control, Can’t Stop Now , Johnny Buck Breakdown, Broke Mountain Breakdown>Yellow Eyes>Broke Mountain Breakdown,WindshieldNotes: * Marcus King on guitar, # Joey Porter on keys This past weekend was an emotional blur for many, with the holiday weekend hosting a number of major festivals and summer tour kick-offs and coinciding with the news of the legendary Gregg Allman’s passing on Saturday. Appropriately, across the various events this weekend nationwide, many musicians paid tribute to the late Allman brother, and at festivals, such tributes frequently included collaborations with other artists on hand. One emotional tribute was from Greensky Bluegrass, who performed at Rooster Walk in Martinsville, Virginia on Saturday, and whose set saw sit-ins by The Motet’s Joey Porter and Marcus King of The Marcus King Band.The Wailers, Greensky Bluegrass, The Motet, & More Perform The Rooster Walk [Photos]Greensky invited Marcus King to join them during a rendition of “One Way Out.” The number, though not written by Gregg Allman, became a staple of sets for both the Allman Brothers Band and for his various solo projects over the years, and was a fitting tribute to the late rock star. After “One Way Out,” King stayed on to join Greensky for a rendition of their song “Don’t Lie.” Later in their set, The Motet’s resident keyboard wizard Joey Porter came out to join the newgrass outfit for “Working On A Building” and “Could You Be Loved.”You can listen to Greensky Bluegrass’s performance at Rooster Walk below, courtesy of taperjeff.[Photo: Sam Shinault]last_img