Tasty String Cheese Incident Performance From 1997 Surfaces On Archive [Listen]

first_imgWe love our String Cheese, that’s for sure. For 20+ years, The String Cheese Incident has continued to break down sonic boundaries, incorporating just about every style of music into their repertoire. From sets collaborating with The Doobie Brothers, Skrillex, Ms. Lauryn Hill – three names rarely uttered in the same sentence – to thoughtful original music, the future is big and bright for Cheese.Recently, we noticed that a new classic SCI concert made its way onto the Archive. Taken from a show in Idaho in 1997, the newly posted audio sees Cheese getting into some of their staples, including “Black Clouds,” “100 Year Flood,” “Johnny Cash,” “Round The Wheel” and more! There are also covers of The Stanley Brothers’ “How Mountain Girls Can Love,” Allman Brothers Band’s “Ramblin Man” and so many great songs. The bluegrass influences are in full force for this Cheesy performance.Listen to the whole show below, courtesy of John L:Setlist: The String Cheese Incident at The Roosevelt, Ketchum, ID – 12/15/1997Set 1: Chili Dawg/How Mountain Girls Can Love, Pent Up House, Good Times Around The Bend, The Road Home, Moonflower, Got What He Wanted/Black CloudsSet 2: John Hardy, 100 Year Flood > Ramblin’ Man, California Rain, When Will I/Blue Bossa, Round The Wheel/Johnny CashEnc: Elvis’ Wild Ridelast_img

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