11-20-20 Beacon Jams 7, Beacon Theatre, New York, NY

Set: Camel Walk, Set Your Soul Free, Alive Again [1], Petrichor [2], Money, Love and Change, Olivia, All Pretending > Curlew’s Call, Harry Hood [3], Lifeboy [4], Heather McDougal Song [5], Let Me Lie [6], Chalk Dust Torture Reprise [7], Burlap Sack and Pumps, Valentine, Death Don’t Hurt Very Long [8], Goodbye Head [9], Push On ‘Til the Day

Notes:

[1] Lyrics changed to “Winter’s coming and I’d like a review.”
[2] Just Trey, The Rescue Squad Strings, and the horns.
[3] Full TAB debut; began with just Trey on acoustic guitar and The Rescue Squad Strings with the rest of the band joining later.
[4] Just Trey on acoustic guitar with The Rescue Squad Strings and Jen Hartswick and Natalie Cressman on vocals.
[5] Debut; with The Rescue Squad Strings.
[6] Full TAB debut; with The Rescue Squad Strings.
[7] Full TAB debut; sung as “Heather McDougal Song.”
[8] Full TAB debut.
[9] With The Rescue Squad Strings.

This performance was part of The Beacon Jams series and featured the debut of Heather McDougal Song and the full TAB debuts of Harry Hood, Let Me Lie, Chalk Dust Torture Reprise, and Death Don’t Hurt Very Long. Alive Again’s lyrics were changed to “winter’s coming and I’d like a review.” Petrichor, Harry Hood, Lifeboy through Let Me Lie, and Goodbye Head featured The Rescue Squad Strings (Katie Kresek and Maxim Moston on violin, Rachel Golub on viola, and Anja Wood on cello) with Petrichor featuring just Trey, Jeff Tanski on piano, and the TAB horns, Harry Hood beginning with just Trey on acoustic guitar with the rest of the band joining later, and Lifeboy with Trey on acoustic guitar and Jen Hartswick and Natalie Cressman adding vocals. Trey teased Manteca in Curlew’s Call. Trey teased and quoted Heather McDougal Song after Let Me Lie. Chalk Dust Torture Reprise was sung as “Heather McDougal Song.” James quoted No Woman No Cry and Trey quoted Welcome to the Jungle after Goodbye Head.

Set Your Soul Free

Petrichor with Rescue Squad and Jeff Tanski

Harry Hood with Rescue Squad

Trey just uploaded Harry Hood in 4k to his YouTube (probably not Trey, but I like to think so):

That Hood is what dreams are made of. These Fridays at the Beacons have been absolutely incredible.