G. Love and Special Sauce, Kristy Lee
G. Love and Special Sauce brought in a packed house to the Music Farm. They opened with “I-76,” starting their night off on the right note.
G. Love invited his opening act, Alabama-based songwriter Kristy Lee, on stage for “Holla,” which got the audience revved. The guitar-playing frontman made catchy crowd favorites “Hot Cookin’,” “Booty Call (Do It),” and “Who’s Got the Weed” sound fresh all over again.
G. Love had everyone grooving to “The Hustle” and “Hot Cooking.” He and his band pronounced their love for Chucktown with “Baby’s Got Sauce,” and leaving the crowd in high spirits. They signed off after an acoustic solo and another duet with Lee covering Johnny Cash’s “Folsom Prison.” The band played an encore for the hungry audience, closing the night with a tune off their new album and a version of Paul Simon’s “50 Ways to Leave Your Lover.”
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