Railroad Earth Welcomes Chris Pandolfi At Strings & Sol

By Scott Bernstein Dec 10, 2018 1:20 pm PST

Sunday marked the third day of this year’s Strings & Sol destination event at Now Sapphire & Dreams in Puerto Morelos, Mexico. Railroad Earth‘s main stage set saw the band joined by Chris Pandolfi of The Infamous Stringdusters.

Railroad Earth kicked off the main stage action yesterday after a poolside set from Greensky Bluegrass. Billy Strings and Leftover Salmon also played the main stage. RRE’s set began with a cover of Tom Waits’ “Cold Water.” The band was joined by Jeremy Lawton on keyboards throughout. Todd Sheaffer & Co. worked in plenty of classics such as “Head,” “Farewell To Isinglass” and “The Good Life.” Pandolfi first emerged for “RV” and then helped Railroad Earth close out the set with “Like A Buddha” and “Give That Boy A Hand.” Check out photos from Sunday at Strings & Sol captured by Josh Timmermans:

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Setlist (via Railroad Earth Facebook)

Set: Cold Water, Lordy, Lordy, Saddle of the Sun > Only by the Light > Head, Sing For Me, For Love, The Good Life, When The Sun Gets In Your Blood, Farewell To Isinglass > Grandfather Mountain, RV (A), A Day On The Sand, Like A Buddha > (A) Give That Boy A Hand (A)

NOTE: This show featured Jeremy Lawton on keyboards

(A) with Chris Pandolfi on banjo

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