Phil Lesh & Friends
Sun. Aug. 11, 2013
The Grate Room
San Rafael, CA
Phil Lesh - bass, vocals
Anders Osborne - guitar, vocals
Larry Campbell - guitar, pedal steel guitar, mandolin, cittern, violin, vocals
Neal Casal - guitar, vocals
Marco Benevento - keyboards, vocals
Tony Leone - drums
Teresa Williams - vocals
3:30pm - 6:10pm
China Cat Sunflower nc >
I Know You Rider pl, lc, tw
(Phil: Welcome to everyone in turtle space)
Big River lc, tw >
Dancing in the Street tw >
Friend of the Devil ao >
Bird Song tw >
Fennario pl, lc, tw
Tennessee Jed lc
Cortez The Killer ao
Forever Young ao
Stella Blue nc >
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad all
Keep Your Lamps Trimmed & Burning tw
E: Not Fade Away all
Set list compiled by Rob Scalcione
Because the Phans want to know!
I thought it was a really good, fun show. Band sounded pretty tight together (except for the Tennessee Jed which though it had some great solos had trouble staying on the tracks...) I'm a fan of Marco, Neal and Anders so I was pretty sold on that part of the lineup. Tony Leone has really grown into this material and I thought he was holding it down pretty well. Larry and Teresa brought their talents to the table and I enjoyed them thoroughly! The show never really took off into deep space 9 warp zone but I wasn't really expecting it with this lineup.
I was very satisfied with the value of the show... $25 was a steal for over 2.5 hours of music! Telstar was only 1.5 and was $40 and I thought that show was the weaker of the two (but still fun in its own way.) While I'm sure the $150 shows were special and I wish I had had the funds to go to those they weren't really much more music than today. It was a bit weird to look out the front doors when the Grate room was raging and see bright shining day!
In light of some of the other discussions, I thought the crowd was pretty good. Alcohol was being sold but as it was mid-day people weren't really drinking that much. I didn't have any issues with people talking, which may have been a first for me at Terrapin Crossroads. Perhaps the serious vibe of the previous two nights carried through... Thanks for a good one from the turtle zone, Phil!
fuck jill and her bar rules. No one went cause deadheads dont like to be told what to do.
outside lands was more fun anyways