Famed rock band Little Feat began a short run of September shows on Thursday night at the American Music Theatre in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Full show video of Little Feat’s first show since May surfaced shortly after the concert thanks to the band’s archivist.
Little Feat opened with “Two Trains” off 1973’s Dixie Chicken and then went with a more recent cut in “One Breath At A Time.” Next, guitarist Paul Barrere led the group on “Time Loves A Hero” to begin a run of classics that also included “Day Or Night,” “Spanish Moon” and “Skin It Back.” Later in the set Little Feat honored Allen Toussaint with a cover of “Everything I Do Gonna Be Funky.”
The improvisational highlight of the set came towards the end when Little Feat inserted “Don’t Bogart That Joint,” “Long Black Veil” and “The Weight” within “Willin.” Barrere & Co. ended the main set with the title track off 2012’s Rooster Rag as well as “Mellow Down Easy” and “Dixie Chicken.” Little Feat said farewell with a “Feats Don’t Fail Me Now” encore.
Watch footage of the entire set paired with soundboard audio thanks to Chris Cafiero:
Little Feat at American Music Theatre
- Two Trains
- One Breath at a Time
- Time Loves a Hero
- Day or Night
- Spanish Moon
- Skin It Back
- Truck Stop Girl
- Everything I Do Gonna Be Funky
- Lonesome Whistle
- Rooster Rag
- Don't Bogart Me
- Long Black Veil
- The Weight
- Mellow Down Easy
- Dixie Chicken
- Feats Don't Fail Me Now
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