Weir Here: Bob Weir, Dave Schools and What’s Buggin’ Barlow
Photo by Jay Blakesberg via Bob Weir’s Facebook page
Bob Weir hosted his first Weir Here broadcast from his Marin County TRI Studios last night. Like his 2012 Weir Here broadcasts, the Grateful Dead/Furthur guitarist answered questions and performed a few acoustic songs. Only this time, Weir asked fans to send over their questions before the broadcast.
Weir opened the evening with a solo take on “Monkey and the Engineer.” Then, Widespread Panic bassist Dave Schools, who lives in the area, joined Weir on “K.C. Moan,” “Me and My Uncle,” “Good Morning Little Schoolgirl,” “West L.A. Fadeaway,” Bob Dylan’s “Most of the Time” and a segue from “Dark Star” into “The Other One.” A lifelong Deadhead, School spent most of 2012 playing the group’s music as a member of Mickey Hart Band.
Keeping with the evening’s conversational feel, Weir and Schools chatted between “Me and My Uncle” and “Good Morning Little Schoolgirl.” Weir, Grateful Dead lyricist John Barlow and longtime Dead crew member Steve Parish also participated in a conversation dubbed What’s Buggin’ Barlow before “Most of the Time.”
Here’s a look at last night’s setlist via Ratdog.org
Wednesday, January 23, TRI Studios, San Rafael, CA
Monkey and the Engineer(*), K.C. Moan > Me and My Uncle, Good Morning Little Schoolgirl, West L.A. Fadeaway, Most of the Time, Dark Star > The Other One
(*) Bob Weir solo