Chris Robinson Brotherhood Debuts Three In Petaluma Including Prince Cover

By Scott Bernstein Apr 22, 2016 9:16 am PDT

The Chris Robinson Brotherhood played their first of two consecutive shows at the Mystic Theatre in Petaluma, California on Thursday night. Last night’s CRB performance contained three live debuts including a cover of a Prince classic played in honor of the musician who passed away earlier in the day.

As mentioned, The CRB has been debuting material at a rapid-fire pace over their past week of touring the West Coast. Last night’s second set featured the live debuts of Bob Dylan’s “To Be Alone With You” and original “Some Gardens Green.” We’ll soon find out which of the new originals will make the band’s upcoming studio album. The LP is due in July and is titled Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel according to a recent interview with Chris.

When the Chris Robinson Brotherhood returned to the stage for the evening’s encore, they treated fans to the band’s live debut cover of Prince’s “Raspberry Beret.” Chris handled vocals on the emotional cover and revealed when other members of the group hear Prince records being spun late night on the bus, they know both he and keyboardist Adam MacDougall “are fucked up.” Robinson and his mates put a stamp on the evening with a cover of Bob Marley’s “Stop That Train.”

Watch fan-shot footage of “Raspberry Beret” captured by nowiknowuryder:


Chris Robinson Brotherhood at Mystic Theatre

Set 1
  • Leave My Guitar Alone
  • Roan County Banjo
  • Eagles on the Highway  
  • Meanwhile in the Gods...
  • California Hymn
  • It's All Over Now, Baby Blue  
  • Star or Stone
  • Beggar's Moon
Set 2
  • To Be Alone With You  
  • Forever as the Moon
  • Oak Apple Day
  • Some Gardens Green  
  • Precious, Precious  
  • Ain't It Hard but Fair
  • Narcissus Soaking Wet
  • Shore Power
  • Raspberry Beret  
  • Stop That Train  

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