Marcus King stopped by Nashville’s Carter Vintage Guitars with his eponymous trio to perform “The Well”. The video, released on Sunday, finds King, bassist Stephen Campbell, and drummer Jack Ryan performing the lead single from King’s 2020 solo debut, El Dorado.

For the performance at the famous guitar shop, King picked up a 1960 Gibson Les Paul Standard while Campbell chose a 1954 Fender Precision Bass. Throughout the performance, price tags dangle from the instruments as the performance takes on the air of a Guitar Center open jam of the highest quality.

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The past couple years have seen numerous lineup experimentations for King and his larger eponymous band—which hosts both Campbell and Ryan as members. After gaining widespread acclaim with the Marcus King Band, the 25-year-old guitarist broke away in 2020 to release a solo album, El Dorado, produced by Dan Auerbach. Since then, MKB has parted ways with saxophonist Dean Mitchell and King has hit the road for a number of drive-in dates with the Marcus King Trio. Next month, King is set to appear alongside the Shady Recruits at the Resonate festival at Spirit of Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, FL.

Watch Marcus King Trio’s performance of “The Well” at Carter Vintage Guitars in Nashville.

Marcus King Trio – “The Well”

[Video: Carter Vintage Guitars]