Funhouse Fest Day Two

Day two in Williamsburg gave us the Virginia Symphony Orchestra, sets from Gibb Droll and former band member John D’Earth, Chris Forsyth, Amos Lee, Deva Mahal, the Wood Brothers… and a name for the upcoming new record!

Bruce gave us a set with the Noisemakers, and was later joined by the Virginia Symphony Orchestra for some of the classics. He also revealed the title for the new record, which is titled “Absolute Zero”.

The setlist from the evening:

06/23/18 – Art Museums of Colonial Willimsburg – Williamburg, VA
Blinding Light of Dreams, Life in the Psychotropics, Paperboy, Here We Are Again, Neighborhood Watch, Catenaires > (new song about the internet)Innovation of the Internet, Adonis, Never in this House, Meds, I’ll Take You There
Set Two with the Virginia Symphony Orchestra: Every Little Kiss, End of the Innocence > Song A, The Way It Is > Goldberg Variations > The Way It Is (with Amos Lee and The Wood Brothers), Mandolin Rain
Notes: Second and closing night of Funhouse Festival 2018.

Thanks once again to Aaron Pritchett for these terrific photos. You can see his pictures from day one also.

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