Wilco Welcomes Garth Hudson At SPAC AmericanaramA Stop
Wilco continues to switch it up from night-to-night on the tour and their SPAC set was no exception. After opening up with Mermaid Avenue track “At My Window Sad And Lonely,” Jeff Tweedy and his band treated attendees to a mix of classics (“Poor Places,” “Handshake Drugs” and “Reservations”) and more recent material (“Bull Black Nova” and “Art Of Almost”) before bringing out Hudson seven songs into their set. Garth sat in with Wilco on “California Stars” and a cover of “Long Black Veil.” The keyboardist then delivered his trademark “Genetic Method” intro to a scorching take on The Band’s “Chest Fever” that also featured Jim James. Once their guests left the stage, the Chicago-based band reeled off a four-song string of “Born Alone,” “Impossible Germany,” “Walken” and “I’m The Man Who Loves You” to bring the set to a close.
Check out the full Wilco setlist from SPAC:
Watch fan-shot footage of Garth Hudson, Wilco and Jim James teaming up for “Genetic Method” > “Chest Fever”:
And here’s a fan-shot clip of Hudson and Wilco’s “Long Black Veil”: