Bob Weir and Eric Krasno sat in with Steve Kimock and Friends at Sweetwater last night. Videos Setlist and the 411

Bob Weir and Eric Krasno sat in with Steve Kimock and Friends at Sweetwater last night. Videos Setlist and the 411
 
   Steve Kimock had a music filled weekend beginning with the magical fundraiser for Dave Hunter's daughter and ended with Bob Weir sitting in with his band at Sweetwater last night in Mill Valley, California. Earlier in the evening Bobby's venue hosted a screening of The Grateful Dead's documentary "Long Strange Trip". Following a Q & A with the director and Bobby. Steve Kimock and Friends were in charge of providing the music afterwards. Bob Weir sat in with his longtime bandmate and friend for a few songs to start the evening. The show would also have Eric Krasno join the band for the majority of the magic. Kimock and his band stuck with mostly Grateful Dead material for what had to be a remarkable show. 

[Bird Song]

[Blue Bayou]

[Bertha]

[Jam]

[My Sisters & Brothers]

Setlist (via S. Friedman)

Set One: Bird Song (w/Bob Weir), Blue Bayou (w/Bob Weir), That’s What Love Will Make You Do, My Sisters and Brothers, Bertha (Eric Krasno joins for rest of show), Scarlet Begonias

Set Two: Tennessee Jed, Deal, Crazy Fingers, Shakedown Street > Not Fade Away

[Hat tip]Jambands

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