Last night, Mudcrutch brought their reunion tour to The Fonda Theatre in Hollywood. The concert featuring Tom Petty’s pre-Heartbreaker’s group was joined by special guest guitarist Stephen Stills on a pair of songs.
The second of two consecutive nights at The Fonda featured an almost identical setlist including covers of The Byrds and Bob Dylan, as well as the traditional “Shady Grove” and the Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers song “Trailer.” Both shows saw material from the band’s long overdue 2008 self-titled debut and recently issued follow-up 2.
Stills came out at the conclusion of Sunday’s main set to join in on “The Wrong Thing To Do” off of the band’s first album. The Buffalo Springfield and Crosby, Stills & Nash guitarist had covered the Mudcrutch original live in concert several times prior to his guest spot which saw him trading vocals with Petty. Stills came back for another original off of Mudcrutch, also sitting-in on the “Crystal River” encore.
Here’s audience-shot video of “The Wrong Thing To Do” from last night captured by Ed Congdon, watch:
Mudcrutch at The Fonda Theatre
- Shady Grove
- Orphan of the Storm
- Six Days on the Road
- Scare Easy
- This Is a Good Street
- Lover of the Bayou
- Beautiful World
- Dreams of Flying
- Save Your Water
- Hungry No More
- I Forgive It All
- Knockin' on Heaven's Door
- The Other Side of the Mountain
- Welcome to Hell
- Victim of Circumstance
- Bootleg Flyer
- The Wrong Thing to Do
- Crystal River
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