The String Cheese Incident Continues New Year’s Run With Help From Robert Randolph & Dumpstaphunk

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The String Cheese Incident continued their New Year’s Run at 1stBank Center in Broomfield, Colorado on Saturday. As expected, the six-piece act was joined by Robert Randolph and the members of Dumpstaphunk throughout their two-set show.

The jamgrass act tapped “You’ve Got The World” to open up the second night of what is serving as the kick off to their 25th-anniversary celebration that will stretch throughout 2019. SCI paired old and new tunes next serving up “Little Hands,” which dates back to 1995 with “Manga,” a new Jason Hann song that was debuted earlier this year. Longtime fan-favorite “Miss Brown’s Teahouse” followed as it worked its way into the Michael Kang-penned “It Is What It Is.” Dumpstaphunk’s Ivan Neville, Ian Neville and Tony Hall emerged next to help close out the opening frame. The meaty ensemble first teamed up on another new cut serving up “Get To You.” Next, String Cheese unearthed their cover of Sonny Landreth’s “Congo Square.” It marked the first time the track from the guitarist’s 1995 album South of I-10 had been played since May 3, 2000.

The String Cheese Incident were joined by Randolph right out of the gate to start their second set. The augmented act looked to the pedal steel whiz’s catalog as they dug in on “Got Soul,” the title track from his 2017 album. Next, the pairing offered up a cover of Jimi Hendrix’s “Voodoo Child.” The Electric Ladylandy cut had been sitting on the shelf since July of 2001 and was played for just the fourth time since 2003. SCI would go guestless for the rest of the stanza, which was highlighted by the pairings of “Restless Wind” and “Hi Ho No Show” as well as “Vertigo” and “Beautiful.” Randolph and the members of Dumpstaphunk reemerged for the encore as the full stage of musicians served up the debut of Funkadelic’s “Red Hot Mama.” Watch pro-shot video of the openers from each set courtesy of nugs.tv below:

You Got The World

Got Soul with Robert Randolph

Setlist (via Friends Of Cheese)

Set I: You’ve Got the World, Little Hands > Manga, Miss Brown’s Teahouse > It Is What It Is, Get To You*, Congo Square* Set II: Got Soul**, Voodoo Child**, Sweet Spot, Restless Wind > Hi Ho No Show, Falling Through the Cracks, Vertigo > Beautiful Encore: Red Hot Mama^

* with Ivan Neville, Ian Neville, Tony Hall (Dumpstaphunk), ** with Robert Randolph, ^ with Dumpstaphunk and Robert Randolph

Tour Dates for
The String Cheese Incident

  • Feb
    21
    2019
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    2019
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    23
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    • Aspen, CO 81611
    • United States
    Apr
    6
    2019
    • Aspen, CO 81611
    • United States
    Apr
    7
    2019
  • Apr
    19
    2019
  • Apr
    20
    2019
  • May
    2
    2019
  • May
    3
    2019
  • May
    4
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    • 11490 Moss Avenue
    • Cumberland, MD 21502
    • United States
    May
    23
    2019
  • May
    25
    2019
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    26
    2019
  • May
    27
    2019
    • 5900 South Water Road
    • Rothbury, MI 49452
    • United States
    Jun
    27
    2019
  • Jul
    19
    2019
  • Jul
    20
    2019
  • Jul
    21
    2019
    • Black Ridge Road
    • Floyd, VA 24091
    • United States
    Jul
    24
    2019
    • 1000 Montage Mountain Rd
    • Scranton, PA 18507
    • United States
    Jul
    25
    2019

Tour Dates for
Robert Randolph

  • Jul
    18
    2019

Tour Dates for
Dumpstaphunk

  • Mar
    3
    2019
    • 6801 Franklin Ave
    • New Orleans, LA 70122
    • United States
    Mar
    29
    2019
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    30
    2019
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    31
    2019
    • 3076 95th Drive
    • Live Oak, FL 32060
    • United States
    Apr
    4
    2019
  • Apr
    19
    2019
  • Apr
    20
    2019
    • 1751 Gentilly Blvd.
    • New Orleans, LA 70119
    • United States
    May
    2
    2019
    • 7585 Kindle Rd.
    • Thornville, OH 43076
    • United States
    May
    24
    2019
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    4
    2019
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