Umphrey’s McGee keyboardist Joel Cummins was back in front of the piano on Wednesday night for the latest edition of his Live From The Living Room solo home performance series. For last night’s episode, Cummins delivered a nearly 90-minute set featuring unique selections ranging from Johann Sebastian Bach to the Grateful Dead, along with some Umphrey’s originals.

The performance opened with some brief improvisational playing before the music moved right into a pair of preludes by Bach, “Prelude C Major” and “Prelude C Minor”. Cummins remained in classical mode with a take on Claude Debussy‘s “Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum”, the first movement of the French composer’s Children’s Corner Suite.

From there, Cummins explored the music of Miles Davis and Bill Evans with “Blue In Green”, dove into Umphrey’s originals “Push & Pull” and “Prowler”, and threw in a rendition Grateful Dead’s “Eyes of the World”. The second half of the performance featured more Umphrey’s originals in “Uncommon”, “Bullhead City”, “Glory”, and “2×2” before Cummins turned to the Allman Brothers Band songbook for a closing take on “Jessica”.

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Although the stream is free to watch for 24 hours, fans tuning in from home are encouraged to donate what money they can to benefit the Umphrey’s road crew.

Relive Cummins’ latest Live From The Living Room performance below, which remains active on the band’s YouTube page until Thursday night.

Joel Cummins – Live From The Living Room – 7/15/20

[Video: Umphrey’s McGee]

Cummins has not been the only pianist within the jam scene to host his own solo home performances by way of live-stream since all concerts went on pause in March. Widespread Panic‘s JoJo Hermann has also spent the last month hosting a limited run (only four episodes) of weekly Shut Up And Play performances from his own home.

Scroll down to check out Cummins’ entire setlist from last night’s performance.