Chris Robinson Brotherhood Gets Down At The Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas [Gallery/Setlist]

first_imgChris Robinson Brotherhood made their triumphant return to the Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas last night, playing to a packed house for the Brooklyn venue’s Sin City offshoot. The Brooklyn Bowl in Vegas has been a favorite among musicians since its opening in 2014, attracting a number of incredible artists to its humble stage. After playing a three-night run there in 2014, the CRB returned in fine form last night.The band kicked off their show with a powerful rendition of “Leave My Guitar Alone.” The band rocked through a number of originals in the first frame, including “Someday Past The Sunset,” “The Music’s Hot” and so many more. They closed out the first set with a smokin’ rendition of “Hard To Handle,” the Otis Redding classic that was revitalized by Robinson’s former band, The Black Crowes.Set two brought more soul-rock glory, opening with “Shore Power” and working in a cover of Bob Dylan’s “It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue.” After a rockin’ “I Ain’t Hiding” closed out the second half, the band returned for an encore performance of JJ Cale’s “After Midnight.” They let it all hang out, indeed.Check out the full setlist, as well as a photo gallery from house photographer Erik Kabik, below:Setlist: Chris Robinson Brotherhood at Brooklyn Bowl, Las Vegas, NV – 4/25/16Set One: Leave My Guitar Alone, Someday Past The Sunset, Forever As The Moon, Oak Apple Day, Tornado, The Music’s Hot, Roan County Banjo, Hard to HandleSet Two: Shore Power, Meanwhile in the Gods…, California Hymn, It’s All Over Now Baby Blue, Ain’t It Hard But Fair, Narcissus Soaking Wet, Tuff Mama, I Ain’t HidingEncore: After Midnight Load remaining imageslast_img

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