On Saturday night, Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit wrapped their seven-night residency at Nashville, TN’s iconic Ryman Auditorium. For their encore, the band welcomed keyboardist Peter Levin for an Allman Brothers Band cover. The former Gregg Allman Band keyboardist also performed with the show’s opening act, The Blind Boys Of Alabama.
For the final show at the Ryman, Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit offered up a mix of originals, Isbell solo numbers, and Drive-By-Truckers tunes including “Cumberland Gap”, “Stockholm”, “White Man’s World”, “Decoration Day”, “Songs That She Sang In The Shower”, “Outfit”, “If We Were Vampires”, “Never Gonna Change”, and more. Midway through the set, the band invited up Isbell and 400 Unit member Amanda Shires‘ daughter, Mercy Rose Isbell, to lend a helping hand on “Something To Love”.
Following a brief break, Jason Isbell and company reemerged for their encore with special guest Peter Levin for a cover of the Allman Brothers Band’s “In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed”. Sans Levin, the band closed out their performance and final Ryman residency show with “Super 8”.
Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit ft. Peter Levin – “In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed”
Next up for Jason Isbell is a performance at Houston, TX’s VetsAid on November 10th. Head to Jason Isbell’s website for a full list of his upcoming tour dates, ticketing, and more information.
Setlist: Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit | Ryman Auditorium | Nashville, TN | 10/26/2019
Set: Cumberland Gap, Stockholm, 24 Frames, Overseas, Last of My Kind, Something to Love (feat. Mercy Rose Isbell), White Man’s World, Decoration Day, Flagship, Tupelo, Tour of Duty, Songs That She Sang in the Shower, Hope the High Road, Outfit, If We Were Vampires, Flying Over Water, Cover Me Up, Never Gonna Change
Encore: In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed (feat. Peter Levin), Super 8