Images by: Ian Rawn
moe. :: 01.30.16 :: The Tabernale :: Atlanta, GA
Jam scene favorites moe. performed in Atlanta Satuday evening, capping a three-night stand in the city that started with a Thursday performance at Terminal West and concluded with two shows at The Tabernacle. The band continued a trend of welcoming guests at each show on Saturday as Thursday’s opener featured contributions from A.J. Ghent, Ivan Neville sat-in on Friday and young guitarist Kirin Rogers helped out for “Moth” on Saturday. The finale also saw moe. work “Four” into an impromptu and abbreviated version of The Cars’ “Good Times Roll” and jam on “Jessica” (Allman Brothers) within “Mexico.” Check out scenes captured by photographer Ian Rawn in the gallery below.
Set One: Runaway Overlude, Shoot First > Lazarus, Lost Along The Way, Darkness, Paper Dragon, Moth*
Set Two: Tubing The River Styx > The Pit > Brent Black > Y.O.Y. > CalifornIA > Brent Black, Four > Good Times Roll, Mexico
Encore: Wind It Up
* – w/ Kirin Rogers on guitar
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