Greensky Bluegrass guitarist Dave Bruzza was a runaway contender in our Cubs edition of Who Wore It Best?
Sure, he got a great boost from the incredible fans at Camp Greensky, but it's appropriate, too, as he -- unlike some of the others featured -- is an honest-to-God Cubs fan.
So as he and the band found themselves on stage at The Historic Scoot Inn in Austin on Saturday night, as the Cubs clinched their first World Series berth in 71 years, Bruzza was wearing the Cubs jersey yet again. He also took the opportunity to lead the band through a rendition of the 1984 Steve Goodman tune "Go Cubs Go", a sort of official Cubs anthem, played over the PA after every home win.
Take a look courtesy of Purple Bear.
Greensky invited members of Elephant Revival to join them for the followin "Steam Powered Aeroplane" and "Working On A Building".
Setlist (via Camp Greensky)
Set One: Feelin’ Alright, Past My Prime, Jaywalking (1), Light Up Or Leave Me Alone (2), In Control, Airmail Special, Room Without A Roof, Go Cubs Go, Steam Powered Aereo Plane (3), Working On A Building (3), Living Over
Set Two: Miss September, Pig In A Pen, While Waiting, Leap Year > Foxy Lady > Leap Year (4), Hold On, How Mountain Girls Can Love, Dustbowl Overtures (5), Forget Everything (4), Don’t Lie
Encore: Dancing In The Dark