Old Crow Medicine Show – Boulder Theater, CO

Though the temperature outside was nearly freezing, inside the Boulder Theater Old Crow Medicine Show kept the audience toasty with their foot-stomping music.

Promoting their latest album, Tennessee Pusher to the sold-out crowd, the band started their first set with the promise from Willie Watson of “a great evening of music.”

Hard To Love

Poor Man

Methamphetamine

God’s Got It

Willie said, “Thank you everybody, I think we’re on a roll.”

Ketch added that they had taken the long way to Boulder and it had taken them several weeks. “When we got started we didn’t know who the President was gonna be.”

Next Go ‘Round

Ketch said, “It’s good to be back in Boulder. It always seems we end up in Boulder, save the best for last.” He dedicated the next song to his sister.

Caroline

Willie said, “Alright, get that fiddle back out there.”

Ketch said, “I hear the Colorado Special coming into the station!”

Train on the Island

Alabama High Test
(the lyrics were changed to Colorado High Test)

Hard To Tell

There was some banter between Ketch and Willie about a guitar being stolen out in the alley behind the theater by a short gal.

Greatest Hustler of All

Ketch asked Gill to give us “a taste of Rocky Mountain Barbecue.”

Mary’s Kitchen
(Which went into a jam of Fire on the Mountain)


Gill Landry

After a short break, they came back and Willie welcomed everyone to the second set.

Minglewood Blues

James River Blues

Down Home Girl

Willie said, “We’re gonna sing this for our new friend Rob.”

Ketch added, “And all you travelers out there.”

Willie said, “Safe travels, Rob.”

Highway Halo

Willie said, “We’re really getting somewhere now.”

Kevin Hayes tested his mic’s vocal levels before singing

Humdinger

Ketch said, “All right boys, I brought this fiddle all the way from Nashville, Tenn. I wanna play it old-time.”

Sally Ann

Tennessee Pusher

Ketch dedicated the next one to the Colorado girls.

Wagon Wheel

Tell it to Me

Big Time in the Jungle

Fall on My Knees

The comment was made that you couldn’t come to Colorado, especially Boulder and not sing a song about mules.

Tear It Down

Ketch introduced the band, and they jammed with Tell It To Me.

As they came back out from the encore break, Willie said, “It sounds like they want to hear one more.”

Ketch said thanks for being such a gracious audience and that it took them a long time to get to Boulder but it was fun.

Soul Rebel

Union Maid

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Photos by Nichole Wagner

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