JJ Grey & Mofro lit up Revolution Live on Friday night, February 17, in front of a ravenous capacity crowd in Downtown Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The Roosevelt Collier Trio featured pedal steel specialist Roosevelt “The Doctor” Collier, former Mofro member Anthony “A.C.” Cole on drums, and Matt Lapham, holding down the low-end on bass. The trio opened the show and took the audience on a forty-five-minute odyssey of classic rock covers by the likes of Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, and Funkadelic, to name a few. Thanks to our friends at CHeeSeHeaDPRoDuCTioNS for capturing some of the magic.

“Spanish Castle Magic”

With a Florida-themed setlist at the ready and a fired-up sold-out crowd on hand, JJ & Mofro opened their set with the apropos “Lochloosa” before moving into “Country Ghetto” and then grooving through a series of classic sing-alongs including “Brighter Days”, “Sweetest Thing” and “Everything Good Is Bad.”

“Lochloosa – Country Ghetto”

Towards the latter part of their set, Grey welcomed out South Florida-native keyboardist Adam Scone to sit in on the southern fried “Ho Cake,” video of which can be seen below.

“Ho Cake”

You can check out a complete set list from the night, as well as more videos and full audio of last night’s show below!

Setlist: JJ Grey & Mofro | Revolution Live | Fort Lauderdale, FL | 2/17/2017

Set One: Lochloosa, Country Ghetto, A Woman, Every Minute, Brighter Days, Junior, Circles, Hide & Seek, Sweetest Thing, Everything Good Is Bad, Florida, Ho Cake*, Lazy Fo Acre, Orange Blossoms, I Believe (In Everything)

Encore: This River. Ol’ Glory*.
*w/ Adam Scone (keys)

Full audio of the show, courtesy of CHeeSeHeaDPRoDuCTioNS.

“Brighter Days”

“Sweetest Thing – Everything Good Is Bad”