The String Cheese Incident Wraps Up Hulaween With Guest-Filled Finale

first_imgThe String Cheese Incident brought their Suwannee Hulaween festival to a close yesterday, wrapping up the four-day event at Live Oak, FL in style. The band highlighted the weekend with their “Stringier Thing” set tributing the 1980’s, and closed out the weekend with a great, guest-filled performance last night.After opening the show with “Song In My Head” and playing a few more songs to get into the groove, the band first called on guitarist Tyler Grant to help them on “Get Tight.” The second set featured more guest stars, as the band welcomed the Travelin’ McCourys for a three-song acoustically-oriented run to start the set. “How Mountain Girls Can Love,” “Shady Grove” and “Don’t It Make You Wanna Dance” were all collaborations between the McCoury clan and the Cheese Incident.Later on in the set, it was Dominic Lalli (Big Gigantic) and Joey Porter (The Motet) who would join in for the classic “Freedom Jazz Dance,” an Eddie Harris original that was regularly covered by the Jerry Garcia Band. Lalli’s Big Gigantic bandmate Jeremy Salken joined next, adding some drumming to “Round The Wheel.” Finally, Lalli would return for the final song of the night, SCI’s “Beautiful.”Check out the full setlist below, as annotated by SCI Tour. Cheese is now off the road until New Year’s, where they’ll resume their annual tradition and take over the 1STBANK Center in Broomfield, CO for a multi-night run.Setlist: The String Cheese Incident at Suwannee Hulaween, Live Oak, FL – 10/30/16Set One: Song In My Head, These Waves, Djibouti Bump, Get Tight*, Down A River, Born On The Wrong Planet, Rain -> BollyMunsterSet Two: How Mountain Girls Can Love%, Shady Grove%, Don’t It Make You Wanna Dance%, Bumpin Reel, Sometimes A River, You’ve Got The World, Freedom Jazz Dance^, Round The Wheel$, Beautiful#* = w/ Tyler Grant% = w/ Travelin’ McCourys^ = w/ Dominic Lalli (Big Gigantic) and Joey Porter (Motet)$ = w/ Jeremy Salken# = w/ Dominic Lallilast_img

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