The String Cheese Incident Covers ‘Werewolves Of London’ On Halloween In Austin
The String Cheese Incident debuted a cover of Warren Zevon’s “Werewolves Of London” during their Halloween show Thursday night in Austin, Texas. The band’s performance was the first of three consecutive nights at Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater.
SCI was coming off three performances at last weekend’s Suwannee Hulaween, including one featuring a full set of ‘90s cover songs. The band members sported various costumes and masks at Stubb’s, with bassist Keith Moseley wearing a gorilla suit.
Debuts at Thursday’s concert in Austin were limited to the long Halloween-associated treat “Werewolves,” which came three songs into the first set. “Don’t It Make You Wanna Dance” and “Lost” preceded the debut, while “Boo Boo’s Pik-A-Nik,” “Gone Crooked,” “Way Back Home” > “BollyMunster” and “Desert Dawn” filled out the back end of the set.
The String Cheese Incident broke setbreak with “Let’s Go Outside.” The rest of the set consisted of “Rhythm Of The Road” into “Beautiful,” “Look At Where We Are” and a sequence that worked through “Outside and Inside” into “Impressions” into the set closing “The Big Reveal.” The band came back for an encore consisting of Talking Heads’ “This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody)” and The Stanley Brothers’ “How Mountain Girls Can Love.” Check out a few video clips posted by dylanadams225:
Setlist (via Friends Of Cheese)
Set One: Don’t It Make You Wanna Dance, Lost > Werewolves Of London > Boo Boo’s Pik-A-Nik, Gone Crooked, Way Back Home > BollyMunster, Desert Dawn
Set Two: Let’s Go Outside, Rhythm Of The Road > Beautiful, Look At Where We Are, Outside and Inside > Impressions > The Big Reveal
Encore: This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody), How Mountain Girls Can Love
 Warren Zevon cover (first time played)