Cover Alert: Soulive w/ Marco Benevento, David Hidalgo & London Souls – Ohio > Down By The River (Neil Young)

Soulive’s annual Bowlive Run at Brooklyn Bowl continued last night in Williamsburg. Special guests included keyboardist Marco Benevento, Los Lobos guitarist David Hidalgo, The Shady Horns and opening act The London Souls. For the encore, Soulive welcomed their guests up, with the exception of the horns, for a 20-plus-minute tribute to Neil Young.

Soulive, Benevento, Hidalgo and The London Souls kicked off the encore with the Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young protest song Ohio sung by Tash Neal. The CSNY cover morphed into Neil Young’s Down By The River on which Tash shared vocals with Alan Evans. Once Tash, Soulive guitarist Eric Krasno and Hidalgo were finished taking turns soloing, the Los Lobos guitarist stepped to the mic to deliver a verse of Buffalo Springfield’s For What It’s Worth.

Our pal MKDevo captured the entire encore for our viewing pleasure…

Bowlive IV continues tonight with special guests Bill Evans and John Medeski.

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3 thoughts on “Cover Alert: Soulive w/ Marco Benevento, David Hidalgo & London Souls – Ohio > Down By The River (Neil Young)

  1. Josh Reply

    What a celebration of Neil. CSNY to Crazy Horse to Buffalo Springfield. Wow…..

  2. Steve Reply

    Can’t believe I left early, won’t make the same mistake tonight.

    Anyone have a full setlist? I know they played Revolution and The Ocean with Marco, still trying to piece the night together…

  3. Zak Reply

    That was brutal, they should have stopped at Ohio, Hidalgo is the only one who understands. Soulive keep trying after all these years.

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