Pro-Shot Video: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Concludes Run At The Capitol Theatre
Joe Russo’s Almost Dead performed last night at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York to conclude a two-night run at the historic venue. This show also happened to be the 40th birthday of keyboardist Marco Benevento.
The five-piece kicked off the second night of the run with “King Solomon’s Marbles,” an instrumental on Blues For Allah. “Cumberland Blues” came next, followed by a lively “I Need A Miracle” > “Crazy Fingers.” JRAD then played “St. Stephen” and segued into “Play Pause Stop,” the band’s debut version of the title track from the Benevento/Russo Duo’s 2006 studio album.
For the second set, JRAD kicked off with Bob Dylan’s “Silvio” before diving into “Scarlet Begonias.” Continuing what would be a seamless set of music, “Cassidy” filled the gap between “Scarlet” and “Fire On The Mountain.” And the 1980’s Grateful Dead pairing of “Lost Sailor” > “Saint Of Circumstance” continued the set while “Bertha” closed it out.
Encoring with the Warren Zevon howl-fest “Werewolves of London,” Joe Russo’s Almost Dead concluded the second night of two at The Capitol Theater this weekend.
Watch both pro-shot videos from each set via nugs.tv, audience captured videos by Sean Roche and see the full setlist below:
Videos (Captured by Sean Roche)
Joe Russo's Almost Dead at Capitol Theatre
- King Solomon's Marbles
- Cumberland Blues
- I Need a Miracle
- Crazy Fingers
- St. Stephen
- Play Pause Stop
- Scarlet Begonias
- Fire on the Mountain
- Lost Sailor
- Saint of Circumstance
- Werewolves of London
Tour Dates for
Joe Russo’s Almost Dead
- Live Oak, FL
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