Of course, the crowd didn't have to wait long for what they wanted, just a few songs in "The Great Salt Lake" was being belted from a packed Pioneer Park. It became a running joke when Bridwell would introduce songs that the next song would be "The Great Salt Lake". The setlist had a good mix for old and new fans, featuring singles from all four of their albums. This ranged from all the members of the band singing the chorus of Mirage Rock's single "Knock Knock"to a heartfelt "Is There A Ghost" from their most underrated album Cease to Begin. Also from the second album, they told a story about how a couple tied the knot to "No One's Gonna Love You".
Band of Horses was nice enough to dedicate the bread and butter of a rock anthem "The Funeral"
those of us who had to work the next morning. The evening's amazing performances came to an end with another surge in momentum as they played a familiar song. It sounded like "The Great Salt Lake", but I think they called all the songs that.
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