15 years ago today, Bill Kreutzmann sat in with S.C.I and the result was mystical. Watch the complete show and 411.

15 years ago today,  Bill Kreutzmann sat in with S.C.I and the result was mystical. Watch the complete show and 411. 
 

     It's was 2002 and Phish had fizzled out into the 2.0 era and 35 minute songs never sounded worse. I had been on the road following Phish and The Grateful Dead/Phil and Friends/Other Ones since 1992. When I moved to Denver in 99 and fell in love with another band it was like Christmas morning. I spent most of my time discovering S.C.I and their vibe was  like sunshine on Pluto. Besides Phil and Friends, they were the best thing going. In my opinion they were at their creative peak and 100 shows flew bye. Out of the shitload of Cheese shows I have witnessed this one is easily top 5. Enjoy! 

03/23/2002 FILLMORE AUDITORIUM, DENVER, CO

Set One
BAM!, Cedar Laurels > Lost, Nine Pound Hammer*, Hold What You've Got*, Foggy Mountain Breakdown**, These Waves > Don't Say Reprise > Birdland





Set Two
Rivertrance, Rhythm of the Road > White Freightliner Blues, Emma's Dream, Miss Brown's Teahouse, Land's End# > Drums#, Restless Wind

Encore
Rollover


Notes
Opening Act: Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder
*with Ricky Skaggs (mandolin), Bobby Hicks (fiddle), and Jim Mills (banjo); without Travis 
**with above and Andy Leftridge (fiddle) and Cody Kilby (acoustic guitar)
# with Bill Kreutzmann (Grateful Dead) on drums

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