Tag Archives: The Dead

VIDEO: The Late Late Show – Bob Weir and John Mayer Perform “Althea” and “Truckin'”

6 Feb

You can read more about the interview from Relix HERE but click play below to see The Late Late Show guest host John Mayer jam “Althea” and “Truckin'” with the one and only Bob Weir. I for one am counting down to 4th of July weekend in Chicago for Fare Thee Well 50th anniversary shows! And fan or not, John Mayer is a wicked guitar player, always has been and hopefully always will be.

 

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Video: Phil & Friends | “Franklin’s Tower” | 4.20.14 | Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas

23 Apr

Last weekend was one for the ages as Phil Lesh descended upon Las Vegas and played three nights at the brand new Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas with an all-star lineup which included Jackie Greene, John Scofield, John Medeski, Stu Allen and Joe Russo.  How’s that for a powerhouse lineup?!  And boy did it live up to the billing.  It was definitely an honor to watch these guys on stage and the chemistry was just ON.

Here’s a video of “Franklin’s Tower” from night three of the run.  Apologies in advance as it’s only four minutes since I wasn’t prepared for them to play one of my favorite Dead songs and I cut it short because frankly, my arm was tired.  Regardless, I think you’ll enjoy it!

 

And since today is a great day, I’ll do you one better. You can click the links below to download all three shows from Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas!

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Furthur – 9 22 10 – The Joint – Hard Rock Hotel, Las Vegas – Set List and Recap

23 Sep

Furthur - The Joint - Hard Rock Hotel - Las Vegas

Last night I had the opportunity to catch Furthur at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas and what a show it was.  Sure the guys are showing their age (and not just by using teleprompters) but they can still jam and put on one heck of a performance.  Opening with “Feel Like A Stranger” and hearing “Brown Eyed Women” were my highlights of the first set while the second set was just amazing.  Hard to pick just a couple favorites but “St. Stephen” and a cover of Pink Floyd’s “Time” rise to the top for me. 

Gone are the days of bands making an evening out of a concert and performing two sets so every time it happens I relish those shows and wish it was a staple of every show. 

Set 1
Feel Like a Stranger
After Midnight
Brown-Eyed Women
Colors of the Rain
Deal
I Need a Miracle
Black-Throated Wind
Loose Lucy

Set 2
Jack Straw
Bertha
Shakedown
Wharf Rat
Time
Dark Star 1
St. Stephen
Wheel
Standing Down the Moon
Going Down the Road

Encore:
Midnite Hour

It was a packed house and a great evening for jamming mixed in with a Bill Walton sighting and man how much John Kadlecik sounds like Jerry.