Tramp played a 14-song set consisting mostly of White Lion songs. He played acoustic guitar with a backing track for almost all of the songs. He also changed up some arrangements on some of the band’s bigger tunes, like “Little Fighter,” “Wait” and “Tell Me.” Although the backing track was a tad distracting, it worked well with the setting. I’m not sure I wouldn’t have enjoyed it even more if it was just him and his guitar.
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It was my second time to see Kinky, but this time was a real treat because he played an acoustic set, starting with his sublime cover of Woody Guthrie’s “Pretty Boy Floyd.” In between cracking wise, peddling his own brand of whiskey and pushing for the legalization of pot in the Lone Star State, he ran through most of most well-known tunes.