Chris Robinson Brotherhood Closes Out Fillmore Run With David Bowie Cover Debuts

By Scott Bernstein Dec 17, 2018 7:55 am PST

The Chris Robinson Brotherhood concluded a series of three shows at The Fillmore in San Francisco on Sunday night with a pair of David Bowie cover debuts. Robinson and his band were joined by Once & Future Band frontman Joel Robinow for “All The Madmen” and “The Jean Genie” to close out the run.

Continuing a tradition, each concert ended with an encore featuring at least one cover debut. On Friday, The CRB was joined by a number of friends and family including Ethan Miller of Howlin Rain for their first-ever rendition of The Rolling Stones’ “Sing This All Together.” The band then cleared the stage for a take on “Sweet Virginia” by The Stones. Saturday’s show came to a close with the group’s initial cover of the Free classic “Ride On A Pony.”

The Chris Robinson Brotherhood emerged with Robinow on acoustic guitar for Sunday’s encore. Up first was Bowie’s “All The Madmen” from the legendary rocker’s 1970 album The Man Who Sold The World. The night and the run finished with “The Jean Genie” off 1973’s Aladdin Sane. Watch last night’s performance of “The Jean Genie” captured by videographer nowiknowuryder:



Chris Robinson Brotherhood
  • Sail On, Sailor
  • The Chauffeur's Daughter
  • The Music's Hot
  • About a Stranger
  • Good to Know
  • Narcissus Soaking Wet
  • Clear Blue Sky & The Good Doctor
  • Sunday Sound
  • Stranger in a Strange Land
  • Rare Birds
  • Vibration & Light Suite
  • Venus in Chrome
  • Ain't It Hard but Fair
  • Blonde Light of Morning
  • Glow
  • I Got Love If You Want It
  • All the Madmen
  • The Jean Genie
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