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Published: 2013/04/18

Bob Weir and Phil Lesh Video Chat with Steve Parish on Weir Here

Photo via TRI Studios’ Facebook page

Jason Crosby joined Brian Lesh and Ross James, as well as American Jubilee during their sets for TRI Studios’ Weir Here last night. Phil Lesh and Bob Weir also made a cameo of sorts, as they appeared via a television screen for a Q&A during the set break of Furthur’s show at The Capitol Theatre.

Brian Lesh and Ross James kicked off the show with a three-song set that featured Crosby on fiddle for “Been All Around This World” and “White Freight Liner.” Crosby also sat in with American Jubilee on “West” and “Detroit Turnaround” during their set, which followed Lesh and James’.

After American Jubilee’s performance, the show turned into a Q&A with Steve Parish, with Weir and Phil Lesh joining the fray via a live video feed from backstage at The Capitol Theatre. Next, the Terrapin Family Band came out for a short set, which included the Grateful Dead’s “Bertha,” John Prine’s “Angel From Montgomery” and Johnny Cash’s “Big River.”

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