Phil and Bobby team up at Terrapin Crossroads last night for a show in the backyard. Setlist, complete Video of the show and 411

Phil and Bobby team up at Terrapin Crossroads last night for a show in the backyard. Setlist, complete Video of the show and 411
 
    Last night at Treappin Crossroads "Song To Phil The Air" had a special guest. Bob Weir joined Phil Lesh, Grahame Lesh, Jason Crosby and Scott Law for a five piece band without a drummer. The result was a interesting set of Dead classics. The music was loose, but not sloppy. I really enjoyed it and it gets me excited about the upcoming set at LOCKN'. Since #GD50 and the "Fare thee Phil" shows, I have certainly miss these ex-bandmates create music. Watch the videos below. H/T Jambase 

Setlist (Compiled by Rob Scalcione via Deadheadland

Set: Playing In The Band bw, The Wheel all, Big River bw, Feel Like a Stranger bw, Uncle John’s Band all, Liberty bw, Mountains of the Moon pl, Cassidy bw, Dear Prudence bw

Feel Like A Stranger



Playing in the Band 




The Wheel



Big River



Uncle John's Band 


Liberty 



Mountain on the moon (With Crosby on Fiddle) *Dank



Cassidy 



Dear Prudence


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