Fronted by Alex Ebert, Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros and their Indie/Psychedelic Folk-style was a great fit at Bourbon and Beyond. With plenty of their fans in attendance, they took to the stage and immediately connected with the crowd.
Opening up their set with Man on Fire, it did not take long for Alex to climb down from the stage and into the VIP portion of the crowd. This is typical for him and really gives the band’s fans an incredible up-close and personal show. Alex performed from the crowd a few times, allowing fans to sing ad-lib lyrics or share personal touching stories.
Their hour-long set included an extended version of their hit Home (2009) during which they showed how they have stayed grounded and in touch with their loyal fanbase. You could see this in their performance on-stage or when Alex was enjoying one-on-one time in the crowd.