Haynes Offers Wake Up With Warren Set At Peach Fest

One tradition that's been established over the years at the Peach Music Festival has been a solo set on the final day of the event. In 2012 Warren Haynes delivered a "Wake Up With Warren" Sunday morning performance, while last year Bob Weir treated fans to a "Brunch With Bobby" set. This year, Haynes got the call once again for another stirring "Wake Up With Warren" set.

Warren's 13-song set at the Scranton, PA festival yesterday mixed originals such as "Patchwork Quilt," "Forsaken Savior" and "When The World Gets Small" with a handful of covers including Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here," "Angie" by The Rolling Stones and the Grateful Dead's "High Time."

Taper Travitz has shared a recording of this year's "Wake Up With Warren" set that sounds great and we've gone ahead and compiled a few videos shot by Susea that have surfaced thus far:

[Two Of A Kind, Working On A Full House]

[Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)]

[Wish You Were Here > Comfortably Numb > Wish You Were Here]

Set: Patchwork Quilt, Forsaken Savior, Wine and Blood, Angie, Forevermore, High Time, When The World Gets Small, Two Of A Kind, Working On A Full House, Old Friend, Endless Parade, Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth), Wish You Were Here > Comfortably Numb > Wish You Were Here

[Published on: 8/18/14]

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