The Hold Steady continued their hometown, three-night run at the Brooklyn Bowl on Friday night as part of the Massive Nights series, performing virtually for fans across the globe via FANS.

Led by frontman Craig Finn, The Hold Steady treated their virtual audience to a 21-song set spanning their entire, discography. After kicking off the set with “Constructive Summer”, from 2008’s Stay Positive, the band moved into “Barfruit Blues”, off their debut album, Almost Killed Me. The Hold Steady continued with “You Can Make Him Like You”, “Ascension Blues”, “Chips Ahoy”, “Entitlement Crew”, “Cattle and the Creeping Things”, and “Sequestered In Memphis” before a take on “Heavy Covenant”, which will appear on the band’s 2021 album, Open Door Policy, and “The Sweet Part of the City”.

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The second half of the set began with “The Only Thing” and “Hornets! Hornets!”, followed by “Stevie Nix”, “Multitude of Casualties”, and “Blackout Sam”. “Banging Camp”, “Confusion in the Marketplace”, and “Massive Nights” came next before they wrapped up the one-set show with “Your Little Hoodrat Friend”, “South Town Girls”, and “Slapped Actress”.

Proceeding a quick encore break, The Hold Steady closed out night two at the Brooklyn Bowl with “We Can Get Together”, “Stuck Between Stations”, “Esther”, “Family Farm”, and “Killer Parties”.

Check out a video of the first few songs below and scroll down for a gallery of images from the show courtesy of Andrew Scott Blackstein.

The Hold Steady – “Constructive Summer”, “Barfruit Blues”, “You Can Make Him Love You”, “Ascension Blues”, “Chips Ahoy” – 12/4/20

The Hold Steady will continue their run at the Brooklyn Bowl tonight, December 5th. Click here to purchase tickets to the stream via FANS.