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Published: 2013/08/13

Yonder Mountain String Band Pay Tribute to Jerry Garcia

Yonder Mountain String Band honored Jerry Garcia on the 18th anniversary of his death this past Friday during the first show of their two-night run at the Sumter Amphitheatre in Papillion, NE. The band performed their first-ever cover of the Grateful Dead’s “Here Comes Sunshine” during the second set. That show also started off with a rendition of the traditional tune “Shady Grove,” which was a staple of Jerry Garcia and David Grisman’s repertoire. In addition, the gig included a take on Talking Heads’ “Girlfriend is Better”, as well as “God Bless America.”

Yonder Mountain String Band made their way to the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO the following night for a headlining performance. The group was joined by banjo virtuoso Danny Barnes for “Rag Doll” and “Funtime” during the beginning of the second set. That show also featured covers of The Beatles’ “Dear Prudence” and Pink Floyd’s “Goodbye Blue Sky.”

Here’s a look at this past weekend’s setlists via Setlist.com

Friday, August 9, 2013, Yonder Mountain String Band, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO

Set 1: Shady Grove> Wheelhoss> Shady Grove, Criminal, Little Lover, Long Time, Fastball> Steep Grade Sharp Curves> Southern Flavor, It Takes A Train To Cry, Hit Parade Of Love, Looking Back Over My Shoulder> Ten

Set 2: My Gal, Half Moon Rising, Hi Cross Junction> Girlfriend Is Better> Up On The Hill Where They Do The Boogie, Pockets, Here Comes Sunshine (1)> Finally Saw The Light, High On A Hilltop, Irondale, Crazy, Traffic Jam> Gut Feeling> Slap Your Mammy> Traffic Jam

E: God Bless America (1), 40 Miles From Denver, Going To The Races

Comment: (1) first time played

Source: Leatherface

Saturday, August 10, 2013, Yonder Mountain String Band, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO

Set 1: New Horizons> Goodbye Blue Sky> Only A Northern Song> New Horizons, Straight Line, All The Time, Don’t Worry Happy Birthday, Mother’s Only Son> On The Run> Too Late Now> Dear Prudence> On The Run

Set 2: Honestly> Casualty> Fine Excuses> Honestly, Rag Doll(1), Funtime(1), Pass This Way, Lay It On The Line, Another Day, Damned If The Right One Didn’t Go Wrong, Peace Of Mind> Angel> Follow Me Down To The Riverside> Angel> Peace Of Mind

E: Southbound, Rambler’s Anthem, Town, What The Night Brings

Comment: (1) Danny Barnes on banjo & vocals

Source: Leatherface

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Jon August 16, 2013, 14:37:12

It Takes a Lot to laugh, it Takes a Train to Cry (Bob Dylan) also a Jerry Garcia Band staple

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