The String Cheese Incident Welcomes Andy Hall & Scott Sharrard At Peach Music Festival

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The String Cheese Incident performed two headlining sets Friday night at The Peach Music Festival in Scranton, Pennsylvania. SCI brought out The Infamous Stringdusters dobro player Andy Hall for a pair of tunes and guitarist Scott Sharrard also sat-in on a couple of songs to close the first set.

SCI sought the assistance of Hall, who had performed at the fest earlier in the day with The Dusters, in the middle of the first set for a rendition of “My One And Only.” The guest picker stuck around for a subsequent cover of Vasser Clements’ “Lonesome Fiddle Blues.”

After Hall exited, SCI offered up “Valley Of The Jig” and then tapped Sharrard for “Outside And Inside.” The former member of Gregg Allman’s band stuck around for the set-closing bust out cover of The Allman Brothers Band’s “Southbound.”

The Peach Music Festival continues today at Montage Mountain. The fest and nugs.tv will live stream sets on Saturday by Trey Anastasio Band, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Greensky Bluegrass, Star Kitchen and Lettuce. Watch The String Cheese Incident’s full performance on Friday at The Peach via the pro-shot video below:

Set One

Set Two

Setlist (via SCI Family)

Set One: Can’t Wait Another Day, Sweet Melinda > So Far From Home, Pygmy Pony, My One and Only [1], Lonesome Fiddle Blues [1], Valley of the Jig, Outside Inside [2] > Southbound [2][3]

Set Two: Betray the Dark, Song In My Head > Beautiful, Gone Crooked, Let’s Go Outside > Land’s End > Glory Chords > Desert Dawn

Notes:

  • [1] with Andy Hall (dobro)
  • [2] with Scott Sharrard
  • [3] LTP 08/14/2016

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