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Published: 2013/02/25

Jason Crosby Sits in with Furthur

Photo via Furhtur’s Facebook page

Multi-instrumentalist Jason Crosby sat in with Furthur at Broomfield, CO’s 1StBank Center last night. Crosby, a onetime member of Robert Randolph & the Family Band and God Street Wine, emerged during Furthur’s second set to play fiddle on “Cumberland Blues.” Later in the evening, he returned to play fiddle on “Days Between,” before switching over to organ for both “Eyes of the World” and the encore of “Brokedown Palace.” Crosby recently played Phil Lesh’s Terrapin Crossroads along with the reunited God Street Wine and has popped up at a variety of Marin County jam sessions during the past few weeks.

Furthur will kick off an eight-night run at Port Chester, NY’s The Capitol Theatre on April 16.

Here’s a look at last night’s setlist as it appears in our Box Scores section

Sunday, February 24, 1STBANK Center Broomfield, CO

Set I: Truckin’ > The Wheel > Samson and Delilah, Brown-Eyed Women, Lazy River Road, Throwing Stones, Big Railroad Blues

Set II: Lost Sailor > Saint of Circumstance, Cumberland Blues^, Dark Star > Unbroken Chain > Days Between^ > Eyes of the World^ > Sugar Magnolia

E: Brokedown Palace^

^with Jason Crosby


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mike nesgoda February 26, 2013, 18:11:18

I really hope Jason Crosby keeps showing up at Furthur gigs. I saw him sit in with Phil & Friends last November and now sitting in with Furthur. I think he adds a chunk to Furthur. I remember a quote from Garcia when asked back in ’90 or ’91 if Hornsby was a member of the Grateful Dead. Garcia says ‘I don’t know, but he keeps showing up at all our gigs.’ I hope Jason Crosby just keeps showing up at Furthur gigs.

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