After nearly a three-year hiatus, Evan Felker and company took the stage at Cain’s Ballroom last night, the first night of back to back nights at the iconic venue.
The fellas kicked things off with “Every Girl,” followed by a run of some of their biggest hits including “7&7,” “Easton & Main,” “Good Lord Lorrie,” “Gin, Smoke, Lies,” “Down Here,” and more.
The set also featured a “Drunk, High, and Loud,” a fan favorite that RC Edwards recorded for his RC & The Ambers solo project, Big Country.
And finally, the show was capped off with an encore performance of “Long Drive Home.”
For those of you that missed it, I did my best to scrounge up a couple videos from the world wide web, but perhaps the best part… this is only the beginning.
“Good Lord Lorrie”
“Diamonds And Gasoline”
Here’s a live stream with a look at a good chunk of the show:
Featuring “Good Lord Lorrie,” “Morgan Street,” “Wrecked,” “Down Here,” “The Bird Hunters,” and more.
Turnpike returns to Cain’s for another show tonight, and has booked dates throughout the rest of the year, including a number of festival slots as well.
April 21st through the 23rd they’ll be at Billy Bob’s in Fort Worth, Texas, featuring Jonathan Terrell the first night and Mike and the Moonpies the second.
The third show at Billy Bob’s on April 23rd includes Brit Taylor, and the next show at Floore’s Country Store in Helotes, Texas on May 6th features Shinyribs.
The following show at White Oak Music Hall in Houston on May 7th will feature the man himself, Cody Canada, former front man for the great Cross Canadian Ragweed.
Their show at Red Rocks on May 14-15 will feature Shovels & Rope and Reckless Kelly, and the following show at Westfair Amphitheatre in Council Bluffs, Iowa on June 10th will feature Steve Earle & the Dukes, and Old 97’s.
Lastly, their show at the Ledge in Waite Park, Minnesota on June 11th will also feature Steve Earle & the Dukes, and Old 97’s.
Not to mention their set to play Windy City Smokeout, Jackalope Jamboree, Floyd Fest, KOKE Fest, the inaugural Palomino Festival, Gordy’s Highway 30 Music Festival, and more.