With the announcement of two new tour dates yesterday, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead decided today would be a great time to release a new edition of their “RAD TRACKS TUESDAY” series. Installment #64 comes this year’s run at the Brooklyn Bowl, the band’s home venue. During their three-night stand for the Freaks Ball in March, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead let it all hang out for some great performances.The clip in question shows the band playing three songs segued together during the opening night of the run, including Grateful Dead classics “Hell In A Bucket” and “Shakedown Street.” The third song was a surprising selection, as the band broke out into the famed Allman Brothers instrumental “In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed.” You can hear the crowd’s uproar when they get into it!Watch the “Hell In A Bucket > Shakedown Street > In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed” jam session, streaming below:The full setlist from this Brooklyn Bowl opener can be seen below, and a full review is available here.Setlist: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead at Brooklyn Bowl, Brooklyn, NY – 3/24/16Set 1 8:43PM – 10:01PMJam ->Not Fade Away Jam @ ->Ruben & Cherise (TH) ->GDTRFB # (ALL) ->Hell In A Bucket (SM) ->Shakedown Street (TH) ->Space ->In Memory of Elizabeth Reed $Mission In The Rain (TH)Set 2 10:24PM – 11:43PM ishJam ->Truckin’ (SM) ->Born Cross-Eyed Jam >Bertha (TH) ->I’m Writing A Novel % (JR) >The Eleven (TH/JR) ->Mississippi Half Step (TH)E: Not Fade Away ^ (ALL)@ – First Time Played, no lyrics# – With an unknown tease (MB) & without the “WBYGN” ending, Segued directly into Bucket$ – First Time Played, Allman Brothers Band Cover. Bustle in Your Hedgerow covered it during the “Bustle Plays Other Shit” show on 2013-08-31% – First Time Played, Father John Misty Cover^ – With a “I’m Writing A Novel” (Father John Misty) tease (TH) and Ahmir “?uestlove” Thompson on turntables. Not Fade Away ended traditionally with the crowd clapping the beat & singing lyrics back to the band as they walked off stage. Then ?uestlove joined in, starting his DJ set by scratching the Not Fade Away beat on the turntables, in time with the crowd clapping & singing.