The Dead South – Live at House of Blues 2020

Concerts & Live Sessions

The Dead South’s full concert at House of Blues Boston, MA on January 7, 2020.

Diamond Ring 01:09
Blue Trash 05:51
The Recap 10:33
Black Lung 17:04
Boots 21:31
Snakeman 25:35
Spaghetti 31:34
Miss Mary 36:51
That Bastard Son 41:45
Time For Crawlin’ 47:57
Fat Little Killer Boy 53:40
Smoochin’ In The Ditch 57:00
Heaven In A Wheelbarrow 59:21
In Hell I’ll Be In Good Company 1:02:16
Honey You 1:07:25
Crawdaddy Served Cold 1:17:06
Travellin Man 1:21:29
Banjo Odyssey 1:26:27

The Dead South:
Nathaniel Hilts (vocals, guitar, mandolin)
Scott Pringle (guitar, mandolin, vocals)
Daniel Kenyon (cello, bass, vocals)
Colton Crawford (banjo)
The Dead South is a folk-bluegrass musical ensemble based in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. The band was initially formed in 2012 as a quartet by Nate Hilts (vocals, guitar, mandolin), Scott Pringle (guitar, mandolin, vocals), Danny Kenyon (cello, bass, vocals) and Colton Crawford (banjo). Crawford left the band in 2015 and was replaced by studio musician Eliza Mary Doyle before rejoining in 2018. Kenyon left the band in 2020 after sexual misconduct allegations, but rejoined in 2021.

The band played live venues before releasing their debut five-song 2013 EP, The Ocean Went Mad and We Were to Blame. Their 2014 album Good Company was released by German label Devil Duck Records, and led to significant overseas touring for the next two years. The album’s single “In Hell, I’ll Be in Good Company”, and its accompanying video on YouTube, are credited with contributing to the breakthrough release for the band.

The Dead South have released three studio albums: Good Company (2014), Illusion and Doubt (2016), and Sugar & Joy (Six Shooter Records, 2019), three EPs – The Ocean Went Mad and We Were to Blame (2013), and Easy Listening for Jerks Pt. 1 and Pt. 2 (both Six Shooter Records, 2022), and a live album, Served Live (Six Shooter Records, 2020).
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