Greensky Bluegrass set up camp at Roaring Meadows Campground in Felton, CA on Thursday for the first of a two-night run of socially distanced concerts. The show saw Greensky Bluegrass debut a new original, “Monument”, during the second set.
After kicking things off with a cover of The Band‘s “The Shape I’m In”, Greensky opted to “Take Cover” ahead of “Burn Them”. “Lose My Way” gave way to “Demons” before the second cover of the evening with Bob Dylan‘s “Señor”.
Things then throttled back to some traditional bluegrass with The Stanley Brothers‘ “Clinch Mountain Backstep” before the band got “Cold Feet” and ultimately ended the set with “Last Winter in the Copper Country”.
Returning for the second set, Greensky Bluegrass settled in with a nearly 20-minute “Don’t Lie” prior to the debut of the new original, “Monument”. The show continued on with “More of Me” and “King of the Hill” prior to “I’d Probably Kill You” and “Wings for Wheels” before ultimately wrapping the second set with the fan-favorite “Leap Year”. Following a brief encore break, Greensky offered a standalone cover of Jimmy Martin‘s “Hit Parade of Love” to end the show with the sun still shining just shy of 8:30 p.m.
Scroll down to check out a gallery of images from Greensky Bluegrass at Roaring Meadows Campground in Felton, CA on Thursday courtesy of photographer Josh Huver. A full video of the second set is also available, as well as a standalone clip of “Monument”, from Must Have Media.
For a full list of upcoming Greensky Bluegrass tour dates visit the band’s website.
Greensky Bluegrass – Roaring Meadows Campground – Felton, CA – 7/29/21 – Second Set
Greensky Bluegrass – “Monument” – Felton, CA – 7/29/21
Setlist: Greensky Bluegrass | Roaring Meadows Campground | Felton, CA | 7/29/21
Set One: The Shape I’m In, Take Cover, Burn Them, Lose My Way, Demons, Señor, Clinch Mountain Backstep, Cold Feet, Last Winter in the Copper Country
Set Two: Don’t Lie, Monument , More of Me, King of the Hill, I’d Probably Kill You, Wings for Wheels, Leap Year
Encore: Hit Parade of Love
Notes:  debut, original