Invasion of the moe.rons

After 20-plus years, jam band moe. continues to enthrall its diehard fans, affectionately known as moe.rons. The band has graced stages at sites such as Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Radio City Music Hall, Woodstock ‘99 and Bonnaroo (multiple times). The N.Y.-based jam pros played Pisgah Brewing Company in Black Mountain this past Friday. Brock Butler (Perpetual Groove) opened the show and sat in on “Moth.”

The show was a part of Pisgah’s outdoor summer concert series. Later this summer you can catch Toubab Krewe, Yonder Mountain String Band, JJ Grey and Mofro and a huge two night stand with Dark Star Orchestra Aug. 16 and 17 all on the brewery’s outdoor stage.

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Time Again
Jazz Wank
Runaway Overlude
Skrunk >
Billy Goat
Waiting for the Punchline

Puebla >
Moth ^
Bullet >
Kyle’s Song >
Brittle End
Wind It Up

Time >

^ w/ Brock Butler


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