Miss half step
Love each other
I'm not that good at keeping track of the set but I think that is accurate.
They Love Each Other
Viola Lee Blues
Uncle John's Band
E: Let it Rock
Just a quick note, great show and excellent venue!
Phil has a great place to come and enjoy the music!
First off sorry for the title saying 2013. Mishit on the phone keypad. That's what I get for loading a bowl while trying to post the first set.
This was our first time at Terrapin Crossroads and we came away very impressed. The restaurant was very cozy and in a great location along the waterfront. We had dinner and it was very tasty. We created our own little tasting menu and everything was cooked well and tasted great and as a stand alone experience we would come back again. Our waitress was cool and fun and was excited for us to go to the show that night but would have been a great even if we just came for dinner. Lots of neat photos of Phil on the stairwell was cool. Love the montage of Jerry pictures.
Totally blew me away in the size. It is maybe 10-12 rows of people standing from front to back. The staff was cool and laid back and they have a door at the rear of the space so the cool air coming in kept it a perfect temperature. I understand they are going to remodel in the fall but I had a great time the way it was. Sound was very crisp and vocals sounded pretty clean. Phil and Phamily should be very proud of what they have.
Amazing from start to finish. Not a single song that I felt let down with. This was my first show seeing Neal Cassal and he has some serious chops. The interplay between the band was clicking and Joe kicked the crap out of that drum kit. Dude gets better every time I see him. Phil was having so much fun and laughed and smiled all the way through the show. Phil has phun then I have phun. JK seemed more at ease in this environment and sounded good all night. My wife and I celebrated our anniversary at this show so the "They Love Each Other" and "Cold Rain and Snow" had special meaning to us. The "Morning Dew" was very special and seemed to just build and build. The energy in the place was crazy. Neal Cassal's take on "China Doll" was very beautiful and you could see it moved Phil. When you factor in everything, this is one of my favorite shows in recent memory.
This was long but I had a lot to say. Thanks.
nice review chris
so glad you & your wife had a grate time!!!
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