Juke Joint Live visit to the FTC warehouse

The young blues sensation Christone “Kingfish” Ingram brought his 662: Juke Joint Live tour in Fairfield, CT Thursday night. Kingfish made this stop at The FTC warehouse in support of his 2021 album, 662.

Ingram and his three-piece band spent much of the 14-song set pulling from 662, featuring “She Calls Me Kingfish”, “Another Life Goes By”, “Too Young To Remember”, “Your Time Is Gonna Come”, “You’re Already Gone”, “Not Gonna Lie”, the title track, and her latest single, “Long Distance Woman”. Midway through the set, Kingfish delivered a solo acoustic rendition of “Something In The Dirt,” as well as “Been Here Before” from his 2019 self-titled album. The guitar and vocal prodigy also gained time for two covers during the evening, a recovery Michael Burk“Empty Promises” and Sheets‘ “Hi Joe”.

Check out a setlist below and scroll down for a gallery of images, courtesy of the photographer David Gray.

Christone “Kingfish” Ingram will continue his 662: Juke Joint Live touring tonight, February 12, in Norfolk, CT infinity hall. Head to their website for tickets and a full list of tour dates.

Setlist: Christone “Kingfish” Ingram | The FTC Warehouse | Fairfield, Connecticut | 02/10/22

Set: She Call Me Kingfish, Fresh Out, Another Life Goes By, Empty Promises (Michael Burks), Too Young to Remember, Your Time Is Gonna Come, Something In The Dirt [1]Been here before [1]You’re already gone, you’re not gonna lie, Out of this town, 662

Encore: Long Distance Wife, Hey Joe (The Leaves)

Remarks:

[1] acoustic solo

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