Beloved roots rock trio The Wood Brothers continued their fall tour on Tuesday night with a performance at Morristown, NJ’s Mayo Performing Arts Center with special guest Kat Wright.

Following a soulful opening set by Wright’s acoustic trio, The Wood Brothers took over the stage for a spirited selection of songs from throughout their lauded catalog. Highlights included “Alabaster” from 2019’s Kingdom In My Mind, “Twisted” and “Postcards From Hell” from 2008’s Loaded, “Snake Eyes” from 2015’s Paradise, and “Luckiest Man” plus a “One More Day” encore from 2006’s Ways Not To Lose.

Toward the end of the show, the trio featuring Oliver WoodChris Wood, and Jano Rix became a sextet when Wright and company joined in for a rendition of a favorite from The Muse, “Sing About It”, a song that has always seemed to encapsulate the melancholy yet celebratory mystique of The Wood Brothers: “Sing about joy. Sing about love, and hopin’ it lasts. Sing about your trouble, and it just might pass.”

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Check out some crowd-shot videos of The Wood Brothers and Kat Wright Trio at Mayo Performing Arts Center below and scroll down to view a gallery of photos from the show via Ken Spielman.

The Wood Brothers and Kat Wright will continue to sing about their troubles together in the Northeast throughout this week at shows in Tarrytown, NY (Wednesday, 10/5), Derry, NH (Thursday, 10/6), Lebanon, NH (Friday, 10/7), and York, PA (Saturday, 10/8). For a complete list of upcoming The Wood Brothers tour dates, head here. For a complete list of upcoming Kat Wright tour dates, head here.

The Wood Brothers – “Postcards From Hell” – 10/4/22

The Wood Brothers – “The Muse” – 10/4/22

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