Bryan Ferry's tour focusing on Roxy Music's 1982 swan song, Avalon, hit the NYC area on Wednesday (8/7), for a show at Port Chester's Capitol Theatre. Bryan and his band (which includes longtime collaborator/guitarist Chris Spedding) are not playing the album in full, or in order, but they did hit eight of the album's 10 songs, including its three singles "More Than This," "Take a Chance with Me" and "Avalon." They skipped Avalon's final two songs, "True to Life" and closing instrumental "Tara."

Bryan also played a number of other Roxy songs, including "Editions of You," "In Every Dream Home a Heartache," "Out of the Blue," "My Only Love," "Love is the Drug," and John Lennon's "Jealous Guy" (which Roxy covered as a single in 1981 following Lennon's death). He did a few solo numbers as well, including "Slave to Love," "Boys and Girls," and "Let's Stick Together" which closed out the night. Check out the setlist and video from the Cap show below.

Bryan plays NYC on Friday (8/9) at United Palace and tickets are still available.

SETLIST: Bryan Ferry @ Capitol Theatre 8/7/2019 (via)
India (Roxy Music song)
The Main Thing (Roxy Music song)
The Space Between (Roxy Music song)
The 39 Steps
Out of the Blue (Roxy Music song)
Slave to Love
While My Heart Is Still Beating (Roxy Music song)
Don't Stop the Dance
Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (Bob Dylan cover)
Boys and Girls
Dance Away (Roxy Music song)
My Only Love (Roxy Music song)
Take a Chance With Me (Roxy Music song)
To Turn You On (Roxy Music song)
In Every Dream Home a Heartache (Roxy Music song)
If There Is Something (Roxy Music song)
More Than This (Roxy Music song)
Avalon (Roxy Music song) (followed by band introduction)
Love Is the Drug (Roxy Music song)
Editions of You (Roxy Music song)
Jealous Guy (John Lennon cover)
Let's Stick Together

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