Hoboken AmericanaramA | Warren Haynes Jams With Wilco And Guests Galore

The AmericanaramA tour moved on to Pier A in Hoboken, NJ last night for performances by Ryan Bingham and tour headliners My Morning Jacket , Wilco and Bob Dylan . It was a busy night for guest spots, with each of the tour headliners welcoming at least two additional performers during their sets.

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MMJ brought out Gill Scott-Heron flute collaborator Brian Jackson six songs into their set for “Steam Engine,” “It Beats 4 U” and “The Bottle.” Jim James and Co. last performed with Jackson, and covered “The Bottle,” at Madison Square Garden on December 14, 2011. Then, Ryan Bingham emerged for the My Morning Jacket set finale of The Band via Marvin Gaye cover “Don’t Do It.”

Wilco collaborated with JamBase favorite Warren Haynes as the Gov’t Mule front man emerged eight songs into Wilco’s set for “Feed Of Man.” The Chicago-based band last played the Mermaid Avenue Vol. 2 track “Feed Of Man” in 2001. After reeling off more classics, Jeff Tweedy, who dedicated the set to famed Hoboken venue Maxwell’s, welcomed Mott The Hoople front man Ian Hunter and mandolinist James Mastro for a take on the famed British band’s “I Wish I Was Your Mother.” Mastro and Hunter stuck around, while Warren came back on stage, for a take on “California Stars.” For Wilco’s grand finale, they brought up all of My Morning Jacket, Hunter, Bingham, Mastro and Haynes to cover Mott The Hoople’s best-known song (written by David Bowie) -“All The Young Dudes.” Here’s fan-shot video of the last two tunes:

Bob Dylan stuck to a similar script as most sets this tour, though he did cover “The Weight” once again with Jeff Tweedy of Wilco, MMJ’s Jim James and J. Geils Band vocalist Peter Wolf. Watch how that went down:

Here’s the setlists from last night’s show: