Tea Leaf Green is currently touring the East Coast as part of their first run of shows of 2016 with new bassist Eric DiBerardino. Last night TLG played a show at Ardmore Music Hall in Ardmore, Pennsylvania, during which they were joined by guitarist Tom Hamilton.
DiBerardino, guitarist Josh Clark, keyboardist Trevor Garrod, drummer Scott Rager and percussionist Cochrane McMillan welcomed the American Babies/Joe Russo’s Almost Dead guitarist to the Ardmore Music Hall stage toward the end of set two for the TLG tune “Criminal Intent.” Hamilton also added guitar to a cover of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Long As I Can See The Light.”
Videographer Chris Cafiero captured Hamilton’s sit-in last night, watch here:
Set One: Arise, Keeping The Faith, I Believe, Faced With Love -> Sleep Paralysis, Fallen Angel, Give Me One More Chance, Vote On Tuesday, These Two Chairs, Happy, Rich, and Beautiful
Set Two: Bouncin Betty, Red Ribbons -> Earth And Sky, If It Wasn’t For The Money -> Freedom, Don’t Curse At The Night, 5,000 Acres, Criminal Intent*, Long As I Can See The Light*, Pretty Jane
Encore: The Garden I -> The Garden II -> The Garden III -> Sex In The ’70s -> Death Cake
* with Tom Hamilton
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