Jason Isbell returned to the Tarrytown Music Hall on Sunday for his second concert there in a week. The show, which marked the end of the singer-songwriter’s brief acoustic tour, came after Isbell performed at the Tarrytown, NY venue on April 5th.
The final show of Isbell’s acoustic run followed much the same format as the three that preceded it, with the four-time Grammy-winner flanked by his wife Amanda Shires on fiddle and 400 Unit bandmate Sadler Vaden on guitar. The show began with “What’ve I Done to Help” from 2020’s Reunions and featured a healthy mix from Isbell and The Unit’s latest LP, including the following “It Gets Easier”, “Only Children”, and more.
Isbell also leaned on his days as a Drive-By Trucker, with stripped-down offerings of “Outfit”, “Decoration Day”, and “Goddam Lonely Love”. Sadler got his shot at center stage with a cover of Morgan Wade‘s “Wilder Days”, a norm of the acoustic shows. Isbell and company then delivered a two-song encore with “If We Were Vampires” followed by one last Reunions selection, “Dreamsicle”.
Check out a gallery of images from Jason Isbell at Tarrytown Music Hall on Sunday courtesy of photographer Andrew Blackstein. Isbell returns to the road with The 400 Unit on April 28th in Jackson, MI. The band recently added new September tour dates in New York City and Asbury Park, NJ. For tickets and a full list of concerts click here.
Setlist: Jason Isbell | Tarrytown Music Hall | Tarrytown, NY | 4/10/22
Set: What’ve I Done to Help, It Gets Easier, 24 Frames, Only Children, Alabama Pines, Elephant, Outfit, Decoration Day, Hope the High Road, Last of My Kind, Traveling Alone, Something More Than Free, Wilder Days (Morgan Wade) , Goddamn Lonely Love, Cover Me Up
Encore: If We Were Vampires, Dreamsicle
 w/ Sadler Vaden on lead vocals