Greensky Bluegrass Welcomes Jeff Austin, Billy Strings & More At WinterWonderGrass Tahoe


Greensky Bluegrass played a headlining set on Saturday at the WinterWonderGrass Festival at Squaw Valley Resort in Squaw Valley, California. The jamgrass act teamed up with longtime friends Jeff Austin, Billy Strings and Lindsay Lou at the music and winter sports festival.

The Michigan-based band worked through a handful of songs on their own to start their night, including takes on “Bottle Dry” and “Do It Alone” from their new studio album All For Money. Around the midway point of the stanza, the quartet welcomed Lou for a version of the Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers classic duet song “Islands In The Stream.” After offering up “Demons,” both Austin and Strings emerged. The now seven-piece ensemble dug in on Greensky’s setlist staples “I’d Probably Kill You” and “Worried About The Weather.” A seamless run on “Wish I Didn’t Know” and “Courage For The Road” that featured “It’s Not Mine Anymore” dropped in its midst closed out their headliner set.

Setlist (via Phantasy Tour)

Who Is Frederico?, Bottle Dry, Do It Alone, Living Over, Islands In The Stream*, Demons, I’d Probably Kill You**, Worried About The Weather**, Wish I Didn’t Know> Courage For The Road > It’s Not Mine Anymore > Courage for the Road

Encore: What You Need

* w/ Lindsay Lou (vocals), ** w/ Jeff Austin (mandolin), Billy Strings (guitar)

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