Goose made their Rock Legends Cruise debut this past weekend with three sets during the amphibious Caribbean festival, which also featured performances by Roger DaltreyNancy WilsonUFO, and many more from February 27th-March 2nd.

Goose’s first set on Friday started with the band’s original “Madhuvan”, before a cover of Billy Joel‘s “Moving Out”. The rest of the set included originals like “Drive” and “Flodown” and covers of The Band‘s “W.S. Walcott’s Medicine Show”, Stevie Wonder‘s “Boogie On Reggae Woman”, and Deodato‘s “Also Sprach Zarathustra”. The band closed with “Turned Clouds”, which was requested by Goose’s “Coach”, Jon Lombardi.

Related: Birds Of A Feather: Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Goose Members To Join Forces At Brooklyn Comes Alive

Later that night, Goose kicked off their second set at the 10th Anniversary Rock Legends Cruise with one of their latest singles, “Butter Rum”. They then ran through “Hot Tea”; Creedence Clearwater Revival‘s “Green River”; a slower and melodic version of the original “All I Need”; “Echo of a Rose”; Bruce Hornsby‘s “The Way It Is”; “Jive I”; and “Indian River”, before ending with a cover of Bobby Blue Band‘s “Turn on Your Love Light”.

Finally, on Sunday night, the band played their third and final set. After opening with “Lead The Way” and “Elizabeth”, the band segued to a cover of The Wood Brothers‘ “Atlas”, where Brandon “Taz” Niederauer joined them on guitar. They followed that up with “A Western Sun”, “Time To Flee”, and Paul Simon‘s “Me & Julio Down by the School Yard”, which featured a whistle solo by lighting designer Andrew Goedde, before the set-ending original, “Arcadia”.

Check out a gallery of photos from their appearance on the cruise below:

Goose hits the road with Pigeons Playing Ping Pong on their Presto tour once again this Thursday (3/5) at the Agora Theatre in Cleveland, OH. From there, the two avian bands will head to The Intersection in Grand Rapids, MI (3/6); followed by the Riviera Theatre in Chicago, IL (3/7); Delmar Hall in St. Louis, MO (3/8); and Madison Theatre in Covington, KY (3/11). Visit their website for tickets and more tour information.

Setlist: Goose | Rock Legends Cruise 10 | Caribbean Sea | 2/29/20

Set: Madhuvan, Moving Out (Billy Joel cover), Drive, W.S. Walcott’s Medicine Show (The Band cover), Flowdown, Boogie On Reggae Woman (Stevie Wonder cover) > Also Sprach Zarathustra (Deodato cover), Turned Clouds [1]


[1] Trevor Weekz (bass) asked Coach for a request

Setlist: Goose | Rock Legends Cruise 10 | Caribbean Sea | 2/29/20

Set: Butter Rum, Hot Tea, Green River (Creedence Clearwater Revival cover), All I Need [1] > Echo of a Rose, The Way It Is (Bruce Hornsby cover), Jive I, Indian River, Turn on Your Love Light (Bobby Blue Band cover)


[1] Slow version

Setlist: Goose | Rock Legends Cruise 10 | Caribbean Sea | 3/1/20

Set: Lead The Way, Elizabeth > Atlas (The Wood Brothers cover)[1], A Western Sun, Time to Flee, Me & Julio Down By The School Yard (Paul Simon cover)[2], Arcadia

[1] w/Brandon “Taz” Niederauer on guitar

[2] w/Andrew Goedde on the whistle

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On March 21st at Brooklyn Comes Alive at Brooklyn, NY’s Avant Gardner, members of Pigeons Playing Ping Pong and Goose will join forces for a special, collaborative set billed as Birds of a Feather for the first time ever.

Birds of a Feather will feature Goose’s Rick MitarotondaPeter Anspach, and Trevor Weekz alongside PPPP’s Jeremy Schon and Alex “Gator” Petropulos. Since Taz will also be in the building for this unique event, perhaps they will reprise the collab come March.

Other exciting artists and collaborations set to take the stage at Brooklyn Comes Alive include Oteil Burbridge & Friends with Jeff ChimentiEric KrasnoJason CrosbyScott MetzgerJohn KimockAlfreda GeraldLamar Williams Jr.Weedie BraimahEric “Benny” BloomRyan Zoidis, and Tom GuaranaTurkuaz with special guests Cory HenryRobert Sput Searight, and Nate WerthThe Motet with Shira Elias, Nate Werth, and Brandon “Taz” Niederauer; and more. Check out the full lineup below.

GA and VIP tickets are now available via the Brooklyn Comes Alive website.