Who is going? Found a nice spot at Shelter Which is 7th Street and Wythe. Good blues playing.
gonna be special show...600 people?? gotta love it..wish i was there..hoping for a stream
600 is what I heard. Should be fun. Biz Markie is DJ'ing later in the evening. Maybe this will be Phil's first Hop-Hop adventure.
taper rob just went live..aj??
Good news Jamie.
whats going on jeff?? im about to unchain from stove?? wish i could beam myself to brooklyn..i could be there in cpl hours...bowl a game for second set haha
No American Jubilee on stage. Place is very nice. You can bowl during show. Crowd filling in. Should be very civilized. Brooklyn Brewery is next door so beer selection is fun.
phil...too freakin cool..but he must not be feeling well..i mean he coulda played prospect park trhis afternoon..
i wanna hear sneakin sally thru the bowlin alley tonite!!!
Dont start any trouble tonight Jamie. LOL
im headin home jeff..listenin on phone in min..you can stir it up..wheres brad james and kap??you stir..ill bail
TY ever so
Phil Lesh and the Terrapin Family Band
Thursday, November 14, 2013
Cripple Creek(GL,BL) >
The Wheel (all) >
Long Road (GL) >
The Wheel (all) >
^Henry Hill (RJ)>
^Playing in the Band (GL)
Ramble on Rose (BL)
Keeps me Guessing (AK)
Second Hand News (GL)>
Samson and Delilah (RJ)
^ Wharf Rat (BL)
^ Sugar Magnolia >
Donor Rap: Shapiro Hello!!
Help on the Way (GL)
Franklin's Tower (PL)
Band Intros >
Attics of my Life (All- Acoustic)
Grahame Lesh (guitar/vocals)
Ross James (guitar/vocals)
Alex Koford (drums/vocals)
Brian Lesh (guitar/vocals)
Phil Lesh (bass/vocals)
Can anyone shed some light on two covers they played last night:
Henry Hill - Radiolucent???
Keep(s) Me Guessing - Staus Quo???
Eric Krasno is someone who I have never heard of out here on the West Coast buy has a really interesting resume, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soulive
This band is flying by the seat of their pants and playing an incredible diversity of covers. After four years of Furthur this is a welcomed change. Surprises around every corner!
Phil's formula for these bands works incredibly well. I think it's genius how he can bring musicians together and put on shows with setlists that go anywhere and everywhere night after night. Now we are getting the influence of these younger players which I am enjoying. Can't wait to see them at TXR.
Henry Hill is a Ross James tune:
Sunshine of your life