The Mother Hips Perform Rolling Stones Album In Its Entirety At Troubadour

By Scott Bernstein May 31, 2016 2:31 pm PDT

Northern California jam scene veterans The Mother Hips made good on a promise to perform an album by a “legendary rock n’ roll band” on Friday, when they played the Rolling Stones’ landmark 1969 album Let It Bleed in its entirety including such classics as “Monkey Man,” “Let It Bleed” and “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” at The Troubadour in West Hollywood.

The Mother Hips covered the Stones album as their first set at The Troubadour before delivering a bevy of originals from throughout their career including “Rich Little Girl,” “Gold Plated” and “Smoke” as the second set. Tim Bluhm & Co. were joined by special guests Scheila Gonzalez (sax/vocals) and Jason Crosby (keys/fiddle) for the duration of the evening. Check out a handful of fan-shot videos from the show below.

This weekend, The Mother Hips play two nights at Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael.

Videos (Captured by David Ryder)

[Let It Bleed]

[You Can’t Always Get What You Want]

[Gold Plated]

[Been Lost Once]

Setlist (Compiled by John Collins)

Set One: Gimme Shelter, Love In Vain, Country Honk, Live With Me, Let It Bleed, Midnight Rambler, You Got The Silver, Monkey Man, You Can’t Always Get What You Want

Set Two: Smoke, White Falcon Fuzz, Esmerelda, Honeydew, Gold Plated, Clean Me Up, Confirmation of Love, Third Floor Story, Singing Seems to Ease Me, Been Lost Once, Toughie, Del Mar Station, Time-Sick Son of a Grizzly Bear > Rich Little Girl, Pet Foot

Encore: Stoned Up The Road, Song For JB

w/ Scheila Gonzalez on sax/vocals & Jason Crosby on keys/fiddle

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