moe. Works Segment From Pink Floyd’s “The Wall” Into Smokin’ Performance At Mr. Smalls [Setlist/Video]

first_imgSetlist: moe. at Mr. Smalls Theatre, Millvale, PA – 9/27/16I: White Lightning Turpentine >(nh) Hi & Lo > Bearsong, The Road* > Little Miss Cup Half Empty > The Road, Runaway Overlude >(nh) Happy Hour HeroII: Smoke >(nh) It, The Happiest Days Of Our Lives > Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2) >(nh) So Long, Kyle’s Song > CalifornIA > Time EdEnc: Annihilation Blues{* w/ Gil’s Theme} After treating Chicago to two great nights, beloved jam band moe. headed East and found themselves at Mr. Smalls Theatre in Millvale, PA. As the group makes their way back to Buffalo for a two-night hometown this weekend, they’re spending the week treating Midwest fans to some seriously jammed out performances.Last night, moe. got to work quickly with a rocker in “White Lightning Turpentine.” The band stuck to their originals in the first set, playing a great version of “The Road” that included No Guts No Glory track “Little Miss Cup Half Empty” sandwiched in the middle. The set ended with a rocking “Happy Hour Hero,” leaving fans hollering for more.And more they got, as the band kept things hot with a powerful second set opener of “Smoke.” The band then brought out a pair of songs from Pink Floyd’s classic album The Wall, playing “The Happiest Days Of Our Lives” into “Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2).” The anthemic rock and roll songs were a serious highlight from the show, harkening back to moe.’s recent Pink Floyd tribute at the Peach. Classics like “So Long,” “Kyle’s Song,” “CalifornIA” and “Time Ed” closed out the set, each bringing some big time jams to the Millvale crowd. With one more song to go, moe. brought out “Annihilation Blues” to close out a great concert!Watch opening song “White Lightning Turpentine” courtesy of YouTube user Paul Giza.last_img read more

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