Drive-By Truckers Welcome Ryley Walker In San Francisco

The guitarist sat-in on the “Angels And Fuselage” finale.

By Andy Kahn Feb 16, 2022 7:53 am PST

Drive-By Truckers brought out their current tour mate, guitarist Ryley Walker, to sit-in at the end of their show last night in San Francisco. Walker accompanied the band on “Angels And Fuselage” at the second night of two straight concerts held at The Fillmore.

DBT have been supported with opening sets by Walker, bassist Andrew Young and drummer Ryan Jewell over the past several shows. Walker emerged at the end of Drive-By Truckers set on Tuesday to augment the aforementioned “Angels And Fuselage” closer. The song originally appeared on DBT’s 2001 album, Southern Rock Opera.

DBT and Ryley Walker next head to Portland’s Wonder Ballroom for shows on Thursday and Friday. Click through the gallery posted by Brian Hoeber to watch a brief clip of Walker’s sit-in with Drive-By Truckers below:


Drive‐By Truckers at The Fillmore

  • Everyday People  
  • Slow Ride Argument
  • Santa Fe
  • Birthday Boy
  • The Righteous Path
  • Grievance Merchants
  • The New OK
  • Ramon Casiano
  • Lookout Mountain
  • Natural Light
  • The Opening Act
  • Gravity's Gone
  • Hell No, I Ain't Happy
  • Women Without Whiskey
  • Plastic Flowers on the Highway
  • 3 Dimes Down
  • The Driver  
  • Zip City
  • Tornadoes
  • A Ghost to Most
  • Goode's Field Road
  • Made Up English Oceans
  • Rosemary With a Bible and a Gun
  • Marry Me
  • The KKK Took My Baby Away  
  • Let There Be Rock
  • Surrender Under Protest
  • Angels and Fuselage
  • Way Out West  

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