Trey Anastasio and father John Misty join Goose at Radio City Music Hall –

Photo via Goose Facebook page

Trey Anastasio and Father John Misty sat with them Goose last night in New York at Radio City Music Hall. The show was the second quintet performance in Connecticut at the cult site; Radio City’s engagement on Friday featured longtime Antibalas member and former Arcade Fire tour associate Stuart Bogie on tenor saxophone, Dave Nelson on trombone and D. James Goodwin, who produced their latest album Dripfieldon guitar.

Last night’s Goose show opened with an acoustic set, featuring Arcade Fire’s first known cover of “Wake Up” – which indie-rock icons famously played with David Bowie on Radio City in 2005 – as well as “Atlantic City” by Bruce Springsteen in the middle of the set. the original. During Goose’s second set, Father John Misty appeared to help Goose in his own “I’m Writing a Novel.” Goose began to cover the popular Fear Fun songs during their creative pandemic streams in 2020 and have since added it to their repertoire. During the closing of the set “Creatures”, multi-instrumentalist Peter Anspach also imitated Tame Impale, whom he saw on Radio City according to the recent Relic cover story, and other rock songs and went to one of the side balcony seats to play during the pema song.

Confirming rumors that had been circulating all day, Anastasio joined Goose for most of their third set, which lasted until 1 p.m. Guitarist Phisha appeared after “Silver Rising” for some of Goose’s most famous originals, starring in “Hungersite”, “Arcadia”, “Dripfield”, “Loose Ends” and “The Empress of Organos”. Then, on tonight’s encore, Anastasio and Tillman returned to watch The Beatles ’song“ Tomorrow Never Knows ”. Tillman, who played drums at Fleet Foxes early on, decided to sit behind the selection gear.

Goose will perform at the High Sierra on June 30th.

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