Music lovers were treated to an energetic night featuring three bands well known on the blue-grass/jam-band festival circuit at The Capitol Theatre when Assembly of Dust, Infamous Stringdusters and Leftover Salmon all performed on Friday night.
Rye resident Reid Genauer’s band Assembly of Dust opened the show with a full set featuring some fan favorites. The Infamous Stringdusters followed and pleased the crowd with a mix of their original songs and covers like JJ Cale's “After Midnight,” (made famous by Eric Clapton) and the Police’s “Walking On the Moon.” The crowd got excited when the band moved up to the front of the stage to play closer to the fans.
When Leftover Salmon played the final set of the night, they had Stringdusters members Andy Hall and Chris Pandolfi join them on stage for a few songs.
A few songs into the show, Leftover Salmon made at least one fan very happy when they played “Pasta on the Mountain.” The man had been holding up a home-made sign created from Kraft macaroni and cheese boxes, as a request to hear them play the song which mentions the mac and cheese.
Here is Leftover Salmon’s full set list:
Mama Boulet, Hollerwood, Bird Call (with Stringduster Andy Hall on DoBro), Get Up & Go, Midnite Blues (with Hall), Danger Man (with Hall), Pasta On The Mountain (with Hall), Highway Song (with Hall), Mornin' Sun (with Hall), Walking Shoes (with Hall), Bend In The River (with Hall), Ain't Gonna Work (with Hall and Chris Pandolfi on Banjo), Going Around The World (with Pandolfi and Hall), Blue Night (with Pandolfi and Hall).
Assembly of Dust full set list:
All That I
Man with a Plan
( All information above was reported by Rye native Katie Van Bomel. Thanks Katie for covering the show!)