ALO Continues Tour d’Amour In California & Nevada

Watch Anna Moss and Kyle Ledson help ALO end the weekend with “What A Wonderful World.”

By Scott Bernstein Feb 23, 2022 11:06 am PST

ALO resumed Tour d’Amour XV this past weekend with concerts in Grass Valley, California on Friday; Crystal Bay, Nevada on Saturday and Chico, California on Sunday. Opener Anna Moss joined the quartet for portions of each evening with percussionist John Allen guesting in Grass Valley, Erin Chapin of Rainbow Girls sitting-in in Crystal Bay and local mandolinist Kyle Ledson lending a hand in Chico.

  • ALO Welcomes Anna Moss In West Hollywood & Solana Beach

    ALO Welcomes Anna Moss In West Hollywood & Solana Beach

    ALO completed the first weekend of Tour d’Amour XV in West Hollywood on Friday and Solana Beach on Saturday with help from Anna Moss.

Friday’s concert at Grass Valley’s Center For The Arts saw ALO dust off “Freedom Freeze Dance” for the first time in “decades” according to guitarist Lebo (Dan Lebowitz). Allen was the group’s special guest for both “Not Old Yet,” a “Possibly Drown” that incorporated “Freedom Freeze Dance” and the fan favorite “Plastic Bubble.” Moss augmented ALO on Sly & The Family Stone’s “If You Want Me To Stay.”

ALO delivered a two-set affair at the Crystal Bay Casino on Saturday featuring a career-spanning setlist. Anna Moss and Erin Chapin fronted the group on covers of Dusty Springfield’s “Son Of A Preacher Man” and “Surfer Girl” by The Beach Boys.

The four-piece went back to the one-set format at the Chico Women’s Club on Sunday. ALO debuted the new original “From Where We Are” as part of a show dedicated to longtime friend Steve Schuman. Steve, who recently passed away, promoted some of the group’s first concerts in Chico and was a beloved member of the High Sierra community.

Mandolinist Kyle Ledson joined ALO for “The Rain” and “Try,” which was followed by a cover of The Pretenders’ “Brass In Pocket” featuring Anna Moss on lead vocals. The night and weekend ended with Ledson and Moss teaming with ALO for “What A Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong.

ALO’s next Tour d’Amour XV concerts come at San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall this Friday, February 25 and Saturday, February 26. Watch Anna Moss and Kyle Ledson perform “What A Wonderful World” with ALO below:


February 18 — Grass Valley, California

Set: Growing Your Hands Back, Wasting Time, Just A Spark, Not Old Yet^, Possibly Drown/Freedom Freeze Dance^, How Is This All Ending > Everywhere, If You Want Me To Stay*, Plastic Bubble^, I Love Music, Get To Do It Again

Encore: Creatures

  • * – with Anna Moss
  • ^ – with John Allen on percussion

February 19 — Crystal Bay, Nevada

Set One: Sugar On Your Tongue, Dead Still Dance, Keep On Giving Jane, Cowboys And Chorus Girls, Belief, The Country Electro > The Ticket

Set Two: Push, Keep On Groovin’, Baby Blind Spot, Son Of A Preacher Man*^, Hot Damn, Undertow, Room For Bloomin’

Encore: Surfer Girl*^, Walls Of Jericho

  • * – with Anna Moss
  • ^ – with Erin Chapin (Rainbow Girls)

February 20 — Chico, California

Set: BBQ, Rewind, Blew Out The Walls, Girl I Wanna Lay You Down, Fisheyed Lens, From Where We Are, Rain*, Try*, Brass In Pocket^, Big Appetite, Maria

Encore: The Party (I’m Sorry I Missed) > Make It Back Home, What A Wonderful World*^

  • * – with Anna Moss
  • ^ – with Kyle Ledson

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