Who remembers when Ween painted Montana brown? In case you don’t, it was on July 16, 2017, when they made their epic debut performance at KettleHouse Amphitheater on the banks of the Blackfoot River. It was a sold out show and it was only the second concert held at the venue since it’s grand opening earlier that month.
Needless to say, they did bang-up job breaking the place in. More than 20 shows later and many patrons still claim it to be their favorite show. But whether you made it to the concert or not, we have the whole thing recorded, so you can listen to it right now.
The show included a performance of The Stallion Pt. II, a song off the Ween’s second studio album, The Pod. It was the first time they performed the song since their All Request Live webcast in 2003. That’s about as rare as seeing a whale with a polka dot tail or seeing a man with eight fingers on his hand.
They closed out with a grand finale, 14 minute rendition of “Buenos Tardes Amigo” where Gener shamelessly took lead on guitar at the end and played it out — an excellent representation of the guys care-free, here-for-a-good-time mentality.
Set aside some time to listen to this show recording… it’s about 2 hours and 40 minutes long. Enjoy!