A perfect south-Texas evening at the crowd favorite Stubb’s Amphitheater was the setting for an incredible lineup over the April weekend. Son Little began the night, opening with his upbeat single “The River”, solidifying his presence to the crowd. Working around a rhythm and blues setlist, often trading guitar licks, switching from lead to rhythm. Dr. Dog was up next, and the energy instantaneously filled throughout the crowd, as their loyal fans so often supply. “How Long Must I Wait?” opened the set, with frontman and bassist Toby Leaman gliding around the stage. In highlight reel of songs, the band made sure to tap into crowd favorites such as “Heart it Races” and “How Long Must I Wait”. Shakey closed the show out, to an anxiously waiting home town crowd. In his tradition, he opened with a solo performance of “Roll The Bones”, before bringing the band on for a mixture of old and new hits, which included everything from bass heavy dance tunes to country songs reminiscent of the ’70’s. Always appealing to his fans and putting them first, one lucky concert goer accompanied Shakey on stage for a hometown rendition of his hit “Dearly Departed”.Son Little @ Stubbs-1 Son Little @ Stubbs-2 Son Little @ Stubbs-3 Son Little @ Stubbs-4 Son Little @ Stubbs-5 Son Little @ Stubbs-6 Son Little @ Stubbs-7