The Revivalists left Nashville Ryman-Auditorium on a high note on Monday, delivering a show packed with highlights featuring four new songs and a sit-in from Roosevelt Necklace. The gig at the Mother Church of Country Music was the New Orleans roots rock band’s second in as many days.
After an initial round of “Oh No”, “Change”, and “Bulletproof”, the debut album came with a song titled “Long Con”. Sprinkled among other fan favorites like “Monster”, “Keep Going” and “Otherside of Paradise”, the David Shaw-led eight-piece dropped another newbie with “Alive.” Towards the end of the main set, The Revivalists made another debut with “Good Ol Days” before “Got Love” and the closing “Celebration”.
Taking to the hallowed stage again, the band kicked off what would turn out to be a four-song encore with “Gold to Glass” followed by “Zombie.” Sean Johnson then emerged to lend the band a helping hand on the evening’s final album, “Kid”, before famed pedal steel guitarist and frequent Revivalists collaborator Roosevelt Collier hopped on the lap steel to close out the run. featuring the band’s best-known song, “Wish I Knew You”.
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The Revivalists haven’t released an album of new original material since 2018 take good carealthough it now appears that another is on the way.
View a gallery of images from The Revivalists at the Ryman Auditorium courtesy of the photographer Skylar Watkins. The band’s tour continues tonight, November 9, at the anthem in Washington, DC For tickets and a complete list of tour dates, visit their website.
Setlist: The Revivalists | Ryman-Auditorium | Nashville, TN | 11/07/22
Set: Oh No, Change, Bulletproof, Long Con Monster, Carry On, Otherside of Paradise, Alive Need you, Concrete (fish out of water), Good Ol Days Got Love, Celebration
Encore: From Gold to Glass, Zombie, Kid  I would like to know you 
 with Sean Johnson
 with Roosevelt Necklace