Mudcrutch Welcomes Roger McGuinn At Webster Hall In New York City


Last night Mudcrutch played the first of two sold-out shows at the tiny Webster Hall in New York City. The pre-The Heartbreakers band fronted by Tom Petty on bass with fellow Heartbreakers Benmont Tench and guitarist Mike Campbell as well as guitarist Tom Leadon and drummer Randall Marsh welcomed iconic musician and founding member of The Byrds Roger McGuinn for a three-song stretch on Friday night.

McGuinn had the honors of inducting Petty into the Songwriter’s Hall Of Fame on Thursday night. The guitarist/vocalist emerged towards the end of Mudcrutch’s main set on Friday to perform “Lover Of The Bayou,” “Bugler” and “You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere.” The former was co-written by Roger McGuinn and not only appears on The Byrds’ 1970 album Untitled but also Mudcrutch’s debut studio album from 2008. The Byrds recorded “Bugler” for 1971’s Farther Along, while “You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere” is a Basement Tapes era Bob Dylan song that saw its first commercial release as a 1968 Byrds single. Mudcrutch returns to Webster Hall tonight, where Roger McGuinn revealed he will sit-in again:

Mudcrutch with Roger McGuinn Videos

[Lover Of The Bayou | Shared by Roger McGuinn]

[Bugler | Captured by Bob R]

[You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere | Captured by Bob R]


Mudcrutch at Webster Hall

  • Shady Grove  
  • Orphan of the Storm
  • Six Days on the Road  
  • Scare Easy
  • Trailer  
  • This Is a Good Street
  • Hope
  • Beautiful World
  • Dreams of Flying
  • Save Your Water
  • Hungry No More
  • I Forgive It All
  • Knockin' on Heaven's Door  
  • Lover of the Bayou  
  • Bugler  
  • You Ain't Goin' Nowhere  
  • The Other Side of the Mountain
  • Welcome to Hell
  • Victim of Circumstance
  • The Wrong Thing to Do
  • Bootleg Flyer
  • Crystal River

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