Show Review: Lucero at Belly Up Tavern November 16

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Lucero — Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach, California

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Memphis based Lucero brought their punk influenced, alt-country, Americana sound to Solana Beach, California recently where they played to a sold-out crowd at the world-famous Belly Up Tavern. The band is on tour promoting their tenth studio album, When You Found Me.

They opened with “Texas and Tennessee” from the EP with the same name. They followed up with another “Everything has Changed” and a song written about Nichol’s grandfather, a WWII vet, and his great-grandfather, a WWI vet, called Coffin Nails.

Then the band began to rock! Nichols switched from an acoustic to electric guitar and they played “Among the Ghosts.”

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The complete setlist is below:

Texas & Tennessee
Everything Has Changed
Coffin Nails
Among the Ghosts
Chain Link Fence
Sweet Little Thing
Pull Me Close Don’t Let Go
Nights Like These
Downtown (Intro)
On My Way Downtown
Back in Ohio
Slow Dancing
Have You Lost Your Way?
The War
My Best Girl
Play Video
Hey Darlin’ Do You Gamble?
I’ll Just Fall
All My Life
What Are You Willing to Lose?
Tears Don’t Matter Much
When You Found Me
No Roses No More
Drink ‘Till We’re Gone

Lucero is made up of, Ben Nichols – vocals, guitar. Roy Berry – drums, John C. Stubblefield – bass, Rick Steff – piano, organ, accordion, and Brian Venable – guitar.

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