Little Feat Honors Paul Barrere In New York

By Andy Kahn Oct 27, 2019 11:01 am PDT

Little Feat played the penultimate show of their 50th Anniversary Tour on Saturday night at The Paramount in Huntington, New York. Earlier in the day, Little Feat guitarist Paul Barrere died at the age of 71, due to health problems that had forced him to take a break from touring.

The band, joined by guitarist Scott Sharrard and a horn section made up of saxophonists Jay Collins and Erik Lawrence and trumpeter Steve Bernstein, began the concert by dedicating the opening song to Barrere before starting off with “Tripe Face Boogie.” Little Feat then delivered a set filled with their favorites such as “Time Loves A Hero,” “Spanish Moon,” “Fat Man In The Bathtub,” “Willin’” and others. The set closed with “Dixie Chicken,” which was followed by an “Oh, Atlanta” encore.

Little Feat’s 50th Anniversary Tour wraps tonight with Sharrard set to join the band at the FM Kirby Center in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. View video clips from Saturday’s concert below:

Willin’ Captured by Danfro

[Various] Captured by Danfro

Rocket In My Pocket Shared by Scott Sharrard


Little Feat at The Paramount

  • Tripe Face Boogie  
  • Time Loves a Hero
  • Spanish Moon
  • Rocket in My Pocket  
  • Church Falling Down
  • Day or Night
  • Rooster Rag
  • Six Feet of Snow
  • Sailin' Shoes
  • One Breath at a Time
  • Fat Man in the Bathtub
  • Willin'
  • All That You Dream
  • Dixie Chicken
  • Oh Atlanta
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