The Hold Steady Welcomes Patterson Hood For Tribute To AC/DC Guitarist Malcolm Young

By Scott Bernstein Nov 30, 2017 12:34 pm PST

Rockers The Hold Steady kicked off a series of four shows at Brooklyn Bowl in New York City on Wednesday night. The band will welcome a different surprise opener for each “Massive Nights” performance. Yesterday, THS went with Drive-By Truckers frontman Patterson Hood. Patterson later lent a hand on a tribute to late AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young.

The Hold Steady’s 21-song main set featured two live debuts: “Entitlement Crew” and “A Snake In The Shower.” When the group returned for the encore, frontman Craig Finn welcomed Hood back to the stage. The Hold Steady and Patterson Hood went on to honor Malcolm with a riveting take on AC/DC’s “Ride On.” Finn & Co. then ended the evening with a run of “Sequestered In Memphis,” “Southtown Girls” and “Killer Parties.”

Watch video of “Ride On” captured by Marc Millman:


The Hold Steady at Brooklyn Bowl

  • Positive Jam
  • Stuck Between Stations
  • The Swish
  • Rock Problems
  • Magazines
  • Stevie Nix
  • Multitude of Casualties
  • Same Kooks
  • Entitlement Crew  
  • Chips Ahoy!
  • First Night
  • Hornets! Hornets!
  • Constructive Summer
  • Hot Soft Light
  • A Snake in the Shower  
  • Party Pit
  • I Hope This Whole Thing Didn't Frighten You
  • The Weekenders
  • Massive Nights
  • Your Little Hoodrat Friend
  • How a Resurrection Really Feels
  • Ride On  
  • Sequestered in Memphis
  • Southtown Girls
  • Killer Parties
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