Trey Anastasio Band Busts Out Billy Preston Cover At The Tabernacle In Atlanta

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Trey Anastasio Band hit The Tabernacle on Friday night for the first of two concerts in Atlanta. The show included a big bust out of ‘s “Will It Go Round In Circles” as well as the TAB debut of the Ghosts Of The Forest song “About To Run.”

After Trey looked around the famed Atlanta venue, flashing the peace sign to the fans, the first night of TAB at the TAB got underway with “Set Your Soul Free,” on which Anastasio delivered a crunchy, searching solo. The first set also contained two songs from the Phish guitarist’s musical Hands On A Hardbody with “Burn That Bridge” and “My Problem Right There.” The first section also contained TAB classics like “Cayman Review” and “Money Love & Change” and closed with the funky fan favorite “Camel Walk”,” which Trey recently debuted with a full horn section in Florida.

The second set opened with “Mozambique,” “Gotta Jibboo” and “The Way I Feel” before TAB delivered the big bust out of the night with Billy Preston’s “Will It Go Round In Circles,” last played on December 30, 2006. The set continued with the TAB staple “Night Speaks To A Woman” ahead of the TAB debut of the Ghosts Of The Forest track “About To Run.” After “Last Tube” and “A Life Beyond The Dream,” TAB closed out the second set with “Blaze On” ahead of the three-song encore of “Brief Time,” “Ether Sunday” and “Push On ‘Til The Day.”

Check out pro-shot video of “Set Your Soul Free” and Mozambique” below:

Pro-Shot Videos via Trey Anastasio

Set Your Soul Free

Mozambique

Setlist

Set One: Set Your Soul Free, Burn That Bridge, Cayman Review, Magilla, Everything’s Right, My Problem Right There, Money Love & Change, Greyhound Rising, Camel Walk

Set Two: Mozambique, Gotta Jibboo, The Way I Feel, Will It Go Round In Circles (Last Played – 12/30/06), Night Speaks To A Woman, About To Run (TAB debut), Last Tube, A Life Beyond The Dream, Blaze On

Encore: Brief Time, Ether Sunday, Push On ‘Til The Day

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