Vida Blue Covers John Lennon At The Capitol Theatre

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Vida Blue wrapped up their fall run at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York on Saturday night. The Page McConnell led project dusted off their cover of John Lennon’s “Jealous Guy.”

Vida Blue kicked off their set with “Analog Delay” ahead of “Real Underground Soul Sound,” “Where Did It Go” and “CJ3.” The band then played Lennon’s “Jealous Guy” followed by “Phaidon,” “Dry Spell,” “Checking Out,” “Where’s Popeyes,” “Weepa,” “Maybe” and “Who’s Laughing Now.” “If I Told You” and “Final Flight” followed before Pink Floyd’s “Sheep.” McConnell and company closed out the set with “Most Events Aren’t Planned.”

The band retook the stage for a two-song encore of “Electra Glide” and Gary Numan’s “Cars.” Check out a clip of “Jealous Guy” captured by csdasmack below:

Setlist via Phish.net

Set One: Analog Delay, Real Underground Soul Sound, Where Did It Go, CJ3, Jealous Guy, Phaidon, Dry Spell, Checking Out, Where’s Popeyes, Weepa, Maybe, Who’s Laughing Now?, If I Told You, Final Flight, Sheep, Most Events Aren’t Planned

Encore: Electra Glide, Cars

Tour Dates for Vida Blue

  • Apr

    30

    Thu
  • May

    1

    Fri
    Orpheum Theater