Keb’ Mo’, real name Kevin Roosevelt Moore, made his return to The Warehouse at FTC last Wednesday night. The Compton, CA-bred bluesman glided through the Fairfield, CT venue amid his jam-packed 2022 tour schedule.

Keb’s 19-song affair saw him pull from a variety of albums, most notably his newest, Good To Be. Released on January 21st via Rounder Records, Mo’ delivered renditions of the title track, “Sunny And Warm”, “’62 Chevy”, and “The Medicine Man”.

It wasn’t just new songs on the docket, either. In a night full of blues, folk, and Americana tunes, Keb’ pulled from older records like Live & Mo’OklahomaLive – That Hot Pink Blues AlbumThe ReflectionSuitcase, and even 2000’s The Door, as a silky smooth rendition of “Anyway” came towards the end of the set. The evening also saw him reach back to 1996’s The Door, with a take on “More Than One Way Home” that came paired with a take on Otis Redding‘s “(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay”.

Check out a gallery of images from the Keb’ Mo’ performance at The Warehouse on February 2nd below, courtesy of photographer David Gray. Furthermore, scroll down for a detailed setlist of the show.

The five-time Grammy Award-winner will keep his 2022 winter tour rolling tonight, February 7th, in Princeton, NJ before setting sail on the Bonamassa Cruise on February 21st. Head to Keb’ Mo’s official website for tickets and additional tour information.

Setlist: Keb’ Mo’ | The Warehouse at FTC | Fairfield, CT | 2/2/22

Set: The Worst Is Yet To Come, The Whole Enchilada, Good To Be (Home Again), Rita, Life Is Beautiful, Oklahoma, Sunny and Warm, The Old Me Better, Suitcase, Am I Wrong, Shave Yo’ Legs, ’62 Chevy, Anyway, The Medicine Man, More Than one Way Home / (Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay (Otis Redding), I Remember You, Government Cheese, One Friend

Encore: A Better Man