Trampled by Turtles and Elizabeth Cook team up in Grand Rapids


Trampled by turtles played in front of a lively crowd at GLC live at 20 Monroe in Grand Rapids, MI Saturday night. The show was the last of four dates featuring a country music singer and radio host Elizabeth Cook as support.

Following the appearances at Suwanee Spring Meeting and A big party earlier in the month, Trampled By Turtles toured the South with stops in Huntsville, AL; Chattanooga, TN; and Louisville, KY before arriving in Grand Rapids to wrap up the race. Grand Ole Opry Veteran Elizabeth Cook opened the show with a mix of original outlaw country songs and catchy pop songs, and the crowd was ready to descend as Trampled By Turtles took the stage.

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Trampled By Turtles opened with their song “The Middle” from their 2018 release. Life is good on the open road before launching into a boosted “Help You”. Their set featured many popular tracks, including “Wait So Long”, “Whiskey” and “Codeine”, and the band closed the set with “Alone” before returning for a three-song encore which included covers of Warren Zevon“Keep me in your heart” and the Pixies‘ “Where is my Mind?”.

Check out a photo gallery from the Trampled By Turtles show at GLC Live at 20 Monroe in Grand Rapids, MI on Saturday Courtesy of the photographer Steve Baron, as well as a video of the show posted on the band’s Facebook. Trampled By Turtles has upcoming dates in North Carolina, Tennessee, and their hometown of Duluth, MI. For more information and to buy tickets, click here.

Setlist: Trampled by Turtles | GLC live at 20 Monroe | Grand Rapids, MI | 03/26/22

Set: The Middle, Walt Whitman, Help You, New Orleans, Bloodshot Eyes, Kelly’s Bar, Valley, Truck, Rehearsal, Old Shoes, Victory, White Noise, Nobody Knows, Good Land, Whiskey, Wait So Long, Annihilate, Alone

Encore: Keep Me In Your Heart (Warren Zevon), New Son/Burnt Iron, Where’s My Mind? (Pixies)


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