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Published: 2013/07/21

Grace Potter and Bob Weir Trade Sit Ins at All Good

Grace Potter and Bob Weir and The Capitol Theatre last September

Furthur were joined by a few special guests during their headlining performance at the All Good Music Festival in Thornville, OH last night.

Infamous Stringdusters guitarist Andy Falco sat in with the band for “Mississippi Half Step,” “Uncle John’s Band” and “Good Lovin’” to close out their first set. Grace Potter then took the stage at the end of the second set for a duet-style take on Bobby Bland’s “Turn on Your Lovelight” with Bob Weir. Weir also sat in with Potter and The Nocturnals earlier in the day for a rendition of “Friend of the Devil.”

Here’s a look at last night’s Furthur setlist via our Box Scores pages

Saturday, July 20, 2013, Furthur, All Good Music Festival, Thornville, OH

Set I: Dancin’ in the Streets, Don’t Ease Me In, The Music Never Stopped, After Midnight, Mississippi Half Step*, Uncle John’s Band*, Good Lovin’*

Set II: Feel like a Stranger, Cryptical Envelopment > Dark Star > Saint Stephen > Dark Star > The Other One > Stella Blue, Scarlet Begonias, Turn On Your Lovelight^

Enc: Brokedown Palace

(*) with Andy Falco

(^) with Grace Potter


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Matt July 23, 2013, 07:48:10

The Allgood port o’ potty situation was unacceptable. Not enough in the far campgrounds and the ones that were there were absolutely disgusting after a 1/2 mile walk. Additionally, portable sinks with soap dispensers were not provided, therefore no one could not wash their hands. Heptatitis is spread this way. I notified a bunch of security people and nothing was done. Totally UNSANITARY Allgood. No Excuse !!!!!!!!!

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