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Jason Isbell Covers ‘Pancho & Lefty’ In New York Metropolis



Watch the guitarist staff with bandmate Sadler Vaden on the Townes Van Zandt traditional.

By Scott Bernstein Sep 2, 2022 8:16 am PDT

Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit left simply Jason Isbell and Sadler Vaden on stage for a canopy of Townes Van Zandt’s “Pancho & Lefty” through the band’s live performance in New York Metropolis on Thursday evening. The group additionally welcomed opener Adia Victoria for a tackle the Valuable Bryant traditional “The Reality” as a part of the encore at their first of two nights at The Rooftop at Pier 17.

Initially recorded by Van Zandt for his 1972 studio album, The Late Nice Townes Van Zandt, the tune was famously coated by Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson because the title observe of their 1983 duets album. Willie and Merle’s model topped Billboard’s Scorching Nation Songs chart on July 23, 1983.

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Jason Isbell had beforehand performed “Pancho & Lefty” each solo and with spouse Amanda Shires. Final evening marked the one time the quilt was carried out at a 400 Unit present in addition to a December 9, 2018 live performance in Birmingham, Alabama as per Setlist.FM. Jason went acoustic for “Pancho & Lefty,” whereas Sadler performed electrical guitar. Watch fan-shot footage of Jason Isbell and Sadler Vaden’s model of the Townes Van Zandt traditional from Thursday’s present beneath:


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Isbell, Vaden and 400 Unit bandmates keyboardist Derry DeBorja, bassist Jimbo Hart and drummer Chad Gamble delivered a number of songs from all through Jason’s profession final evening in NYC. The setlist included the band’s first 2022 model of “Songs That She Sang In The Bathe” off 2013’s Southeastern in addition to a “Completely happy Birthday To You” carried out in honor of Jason’s daughter, Mercy Isbell. Moreover, Vaden led the group via Drivin’ n’ Cryin’s “Honeysuckle Blue” and Adia Victoria’s visitor spot was adopted by a show-closing tackle “By no means Gonna Change” from Isbell’s time in Drive-By Truckers.

Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit return to The Rooftop at Pier 17 tonight.

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