Beck is currently on a short tour as he makes his way towards Southern California to headline a performance at the Hollywood Bowl and at Eddie Vedder’s Ohana Festival, with the multi-talented musician recently stopping by the legendary Red Rocks amphitheater. During his acoustic set at Red Rocks, Beck welcomed opener Jenny Lewis to the stage to help him perform a cover of the Neil Young classic “Harvest Moon,” as reported by Jambase.
Choosing that particular cover seemed quite fitting as the harvest moon had just reached its peak a day earlier. Both Jenny Lewis and Beck are no strangers to onstage collaborations, as Lewis recently performed a duet with Father John Misty, while Beck recently joined Phoenix on stage to roll through two of his classic songs “Lost Cause” and “Jackass.”
Jenny Lewis has been touring extensively this summer but there is no word yet on when she plans on releasing new solo material, as her last solo release came in the form of 2014’s excellent The Voyager.
More than 30 years into his music career, Beck is still one of the most captivating artists out there, capable of throwing down impressive live performances and quality albums. Beck’s last record came in the form of Colors, which came out last October.
You can watch footage of Beck and Jenny Lewis performing “Harvest Moon” in the player below.
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