Greensky Bluegrass Celebrates Release Of ‘All For Money’ In St. Louis: Full Show Pro-Shot Video


Greensky Bluegrass continued their Winter Tour on Friday at The Pageant in St. Louis. Last night’s show served as an album release party for the Kalamazoo-based band who issued their latest LP All For Money yesterday via Big Blue Zoo Records. The jamgrass act celebrated their big day by using their first of two sets to play the record in its entirety.

Greensky Bluegrass opened their night with All For Money’s lead track “Do It Alone,” from there the five-piece would work their way through the 12-track record in order. Guido Batista, who played vibraslap on the studio version “What You Need,” assisted on last’s night take. Additionally, Greensky debuted a trio of songs from the album as they offered up their first ever live versions of “Wish I Didn’t Know,” “It’s Not Mine Anymore” and “Do Harm.”

The quintet’s second frame of the evening got off the ground with “Leap Year” from 2014’s If Sorrows Swim. The set also included a standout pairing of “Reuben’s Train” and “Burn,” with the former featuring teases of Parliment’s “Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker).” The band also peppered the back half of the stanza with covers of Bill Monroe’s “I’m Working On A Building,” Townes Van Zandt’s “White Freightliner Blues” and Bruce Springsteen’s “Dancing In The Dark.” Greensky Bluegrass brought things to a close with the traditional folk and bluegrass tune “Drink Up And Go Home.”

Watch full-show pro-shot video courtesy of, which includes the opening set from Circles Around the Sun below:

Setlist (via Camp Greensky)

Set I: Do It Alone, Murder Of Crows, What You Need (1), Ashes, Courage For The Road, Collateral Damage, Like Reflections, Cathedral Eyes, Wish I Didn’t Know (2) > It’s Not Mine Anymore (2), Do Harm (2), All For Money

Set II: Leap Year, Dustbowl Overtures, Reuben’s Train (3)(4) > Burn Them (5), Can’t Make Time, Working On A Building, White Freightliner Blues, Blood Sucking F(r)iends, All Four, Dancing In The Dark

Encore: Drink Up And Go Home

(1) Album Percussionist Guido Batista on vibraslap, (2) Debut, (3) “It’s Not Mine Anymore” teases before song, (4) “Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker)” teases, (5) Non Album percussionist Kieth Kinnear on tambourine

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