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Published: 2013/03/18

Luther Dickinson, Anders Osborne and More Will Ramble with Phil Lesh

Phil Lesh has confirmed three new spring rambles at his San Rafael, CA venue Terrapin Crossroads. These shows will take place on April 11-13. In addition to Lesh, these rambles will feature Luther Dickinson, Anders Osborne, Grahame Lesh, Tony Leone and Jason Crosby. Tickets are $65 and will be available at the Terrapin Crossroads Box Office starting March 19 and online starting March 21.

Last night, Lesh closed out Terrapin Crossroads’ first anniversary celebration with an Unbroken Chain Benefit. His lineup for the evening included featured Furthur staples Bob Weir, Jeff Chimenti and Joe Russo as well as Stu Allen. The musicians offered the classic Grateful Dead Sunday cover “Samson and Delilah” as well as a completely segued second set.

A number of other acts will perform at Terrapin Crossroads this week. Those performances can be found below.

Tuesday – American Jubilee (ft. Ross James and Brian Lesh), 8:30 PM

Wednesday – Terrapin Family Band, 8:30 PM

Thursday – Stu & Friends, featuring Stu Allen, Brian Lesh, Mike Pascale and Alex Koford, 8:30 PM

Saturday – Brunch with Stu Allen, 12:30 PM

Saturday Night – Terrapin All Stars, featuring Emily Sunderland, Alex Nelson, Tommy Odetto, Mike Pascale & John Varn, 8:30 PM

Sunday – Terrapin Family Band for Brunch, 12:30 PM

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

Sunday, March 17, Terrapin Crossroads San Rafael, CA

Set I: Feel Like a Stranger, Ruben and Cherise > Woman are Smarter, Here Comes the Sun, Dancin’ in the Street > Comes A Time, Samson and Delilah

Set II: Estimated Prophet > Dear Mr Fantasy > Cassidy > The Wheel > The Other One > The Mountain Song > All Along The Watchtower > I Know You Rider

E: Ripple

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Promo's R Us March 19, 2013, 08:10:57

I believe at this point you can stop reporting the multitude of different artists “rambling” with Phil and safely assume he will be playing with various artists at all times. Oh yeah and brunch service starts at 10am.

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