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Published: 2012/03/25

Phil Lesh & Friends Continue Terrapin Crossroads’ Grand Opening Run

On Friday, Phil Lesh & Friends returned to Lesh’s recently opened venue Terrapin Crossroads. This incarnation of Phil Lesh & Friends featured Grahame Lesh, Jackie Greene, Jeff Chimenti, John Kadlecik and Joe Russo, who performed a series of classic Dead tunes in the venue’s Grate Room. Prior to the second set, Greene performed a short solo piano jam before the rest of the group joined him on stage. Also, before the nightly donor rap, Lesh’s wife Jill carried on a lot tradition by handing out grilled cheese sandwiches to the audience.

Last night, the same lineup of musicians returned to the venue, continuing to celebrate the grand opening of the restaurant/venue. The night once again featured two sets of classic Dead numbers (and covers). The free grilled cheeses also returned.

Lesh performs again at the venue tonight with the lineup of Grahame Lesh, Larry Campbell, Jeff Chimenti, John Kadlecik, Teresa Williams and Joe Russo.

Here’s a look at the weekend’s setlists via Deadheadland

Friday, March 23, Terrapin Crossroads, San Rafael, CA

Set I:
Alligator
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
Deal
Pride of Cucamonga
Loser
Bertha
Mason’s Children

Set II
Viola Lee Blues >
Wharf Rat
Estimated Prophet >
He’s Gone >
Eyes of the World >
St. Stephen >
Not Fade Away
So Many Roads

Grilled Cheese
Donor Rap

E: Turn On Your Lovelight

Saturday, March 24, Terrapin Crossroads, San Rafael, CA

Set I:
U.S. Blues (GL, JK-Violin)
Mr. Charlie (JG)
Believe It Or Not (JK, JG-Keys)
Birdsong (PL, JG-Keys)
Cold Rain and Snow (PL)
Birdsong
Dear Mr. Fantasy (JK, JG-Keys)
China Doll (JG)
Doin’ That Rag (JK, JG-Keys)
Touch Of Grey (JK, JG-Keys)

Set II:
Truckin (JG)
Jack Straw
The Eleven
All Along The Watchtower (JG)
Lady With A Fan (JK, no JG)
Terrapin Station> (JG-keys)
Standing On The Moon
Scarlet Begonias (JG)
Fire On The mountain
Throwin’ Stones (JG)

Grilled Cheese
Donor Rap

E: Sugaree (JG)

Comments

There are 5 comments associated with this post

Glenn March 25, 2012, 15:28:17

Would be cool if Trey did something like this in NYC.

El Guapo March 25, 2012, 15:41:08

Not realy the same type of thing at all. Trey going to pull in some of the hacks from 70 Volt??

wharfrat74 March 25, 2012, 16:33:33

will we ever be able to get the recordings of these ever so special intimate performances????!!

Joe March 25, 2012, 19:27:46

Nice! I haven’t noticed any post Jerry performances of Believe it or not.

The Great Blue Heron March 26, 2012, 10:59:51

long time tradition????????

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