Brock Butler Performs Solo Concert In South Carolina
Perpetual Groove frontman Brock Butler played a rare solo concert on Sunday at The Pour House in Charleston, South Carolina. Butler served as a human jukebox in performing a bevy of covers from a variety of artists over the course of the two-set show.
Brock opened with the Bela Fleck & The Flecktones’ instrumental “Big Country.” He went on to perform songs by John Prine, Jason Isbell, Paul Simon, Tom Petty, Taj Mahal and Lord Huron as well as the the Game Of Thrones theme later in the set.
Butler performed “Eventually,” the only PGroove song to make the setlist, to kick off the second set. From there, the guitarist treated fans to covers of tunes by Petty, The Beatles, Dawes, Prine, Johnny Cash, Steely Dan, Daniel Johnston, Jimi Hendrix, Brett Dennen, Duane Allman, Pink Floyd, Todd Snider, Taj Mahal and Cage The Elephant before calling it a night.
Stream the complete concert below thanks to an audience recording taped by Chris Davis:
Set One: Big Country, Summer’s End, Relatively Easy, Graceland, Game Of Thrones Theme, Good To Be King, Lovin’ In My Baby’s Eyes, She Lit A Fire
Set Two: Eventually, Wildflowers, Dear Prudence, If I Wanted Someone, Illegal Smile, God’s Gonna Cut You Down, Kid Charlemagne, Living Life, Castles Made Of Sand, Ain’t No Reason, Little Martha, Us & Them, Play A Train Song, Queen Bee, Moon In The Water, Ain’t No Rest For The Wicked
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