Latest Carbon Leaf Setlist
Carbon Leaf at The Orpheum
- What About Everything?
- Wolftrap and Fireflies
- One Prairie Outpost
- Ragtime Carnival
- Life Less Ordinary
- Come Sunday Morn
- Bow & Arrow
- A Song for the Sea
- The War Was in Color
- On Any Given Day
- The Donnybrook Affair
- The Boxer
- Let Your Troubles Roll By
About Carbon Leaf
Virginia natives Carbon Leaf weave their signature indie-rock blend of Celtic, Appalachian, folk, and country into a rousing new brand of music best described as ‘ether-electrified porch music’.
The five-man band’s steadfast arrangement of guitar, bass, drums, and mandolin is rounded out with more exotic instruments, like the bouzouki, fiddle, accordion and penny whistle, all tied together by lead singer Barry Privett’s bold, straightforward baritone.
Long beloved in their hometown of Richmond and known for high-energy live shows, the group entered onto the national scene in 2002 by winning an American Music Award with the Irish-tinged hit “The Boxer,” a narrative about a fighter who’s at the top of his game but scraping the bottom of love’s barrel.
Pioneering dreams, broken hearts, Love’s renewal – all traverse the American landscape as common themes in Carbon Leaf’s music, as is reflected in the dark, bluesy “Another Man’s Woman,” and “Miss Hollywood,” a Southern-twanged ballad about the angst of dating an enormous sign.
[The Band: Barry Privett: Vocals, guitar
Terry Clark: Guitar, vocals
Carter Gravatt: Guitar, vocals
Jason Neal: Drums, percussion
Jon Markel: Bass]
Listen to the Summer 2000 version of The Allman Brothers Band playing a 34-minute “Mountain Jam.”
An interview with God Street Wine guitarist Lo Faber examines the band’s past, present and future as well as his solo album, ‘Bottomland.’
Grateful Dead tribute act Dark Star Orchestra will focus on the Northeast ahead of Dark Star Jubilee for the second leg of their Spring Tour 2020.
Stream “Dance Of The Clairvoyants,” the lead single off Pearl Jam’s upcoming new album, ‘Gigaton.’
Phil Lesh, David Crosby, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, John Mayer and more are part of the LOCKN’ festival 2020 lineup.