Greensky Bluegrass & Sam Bush Team At Grand Targhee Bluegrass Festival


Greensky Bluegrass closed out the 32nd annual Grand Targhee Bluegrass Festival in Alta, Wyoming on Sunday. The string quintet would welcome bluegrass legend Sam Bush on fiddle for a pair of songs halfway through the set.

Greensky kicked things off with “Universal Sound” followed by “Do It Alone.” “A Letter To Seymour” would then lead into the title track off the band’s 2019 album All For Money. “The Four” began a continuous, three-song block that included “Bottle Dry” and “Courage For The Road.”

Sam Bush then joined the band for “Old Barns” and “All Four.” Greensky continued with “Blood Sucking F(r)iends.” “Worried About The Weather” then led into a cover of the Grateful Dead’s “China Cat Sunflower” which segued into the set closer “Burn Them.” Greensky Bluegrass retook the stage for an encore of “What You Need.”

Check out a clip of the Sam Bush sit-in below:

Setlist via Phantasy Tour

Set One: Universal Sound, Do It Alone, A Letter to Seymour > All for Money, The Four > Bottle Dry > Courage for the Road, Old Barns [1], All Four [1], Blood Sucking F(r)iends, Worried About the Weather > China Cat Sunflower > Burn Them

Encore: What You Need

[1] w/ Sam Bush (fiddle)

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