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Published: 2014/03/30

Bob Weir, Jackie Greene and Steve Kimock Team Up at Ring Mountain School Fundraiser

A fundraiser for the Ring Mountain School took place last night at Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley, CA. Among the artists on the bill were Bob Weir, Jackie Greene and Steve Kimock who took turns collaborating throughout the night.

Greene and Kimock kicked things off with a joint set that relied on originals from The Black Crowes guitarist including “I Don’t Live In A Dream” and “Never Satisfied” as well as a cover of Muddy Waters’ “Can’t Lose What You Never Had.”

Next up was Weir performing a five-song solo set that featured tunes such as “Loose Lucy,” “Me and My Uncle” and “Easy to Slip” before he brought out his RatDog project for a longer set that included Jackie Greene. RatDog mixed in songs like “Bertha,” “West L.A. Fadeaway” and “Bird Song” before delivering Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick in the Wall” between “Shakedown Street” and “Sugaree.”

Here’s a look at the setlists from last night:

Jackie Greene & Steve Kimock:

Set I: I Don’t Live In A Dream, Shaken, Never Satisfied, Tell Me Mama, Can’t Lose What You Never Had

Bob Weir:

Set I: Loose Lucy, Me and My Uncle, Whatever Happened to Rose, Fennario, Easy to Slip

Bob Weir & RatDog with Jackie Greene

Set I: Bertha, Paint My Masterpiece, Easy to Slip, West L.A. Fadeaway, Bird Song, What’s Going On, Shakedown Street, Another Brick in the Wall Part II, Sugaree

Enc: Not Fade Away > Shaky Ground > Not Fade Away


There are 3 comments associated with this post

DJ Damage March 30, 2014, 19:46:11

Woodly-Hoodly!! Buttfuckles Mc Twatt is at it again! “Easy to Slip” indeed. The DJ was present at the gig and could be heard extolling the virtues of BFMcT in between sets. Perhaps it was my participation, but no stage dives or brain farts to be witnessed or heard last night. The DJ did enjoy stealthily circulating among the crowd and wonders to hisself “Don’t they sell Mennen in Marin?” Or did they bus the crowd in from Santa Cruz? Whichever, the DJ enjoyed the show and will look forward to sharing a venue with the unwashed again soon. Put down the bathsalts and take up the bathwater! DJ OUT!

Question March 31, 2014, 00:03:35

DJ Dam,
U into cash for head on tour ?
I’m a wharf rat at every bobby show. Always looking for that rush for the Greatest Story Ever Told if you feel me. I hope so.
Angus Larsen

JK March 31, 2014, 13:05:38

Praise to the DJ D. He was able to endure the time that BFMcT was on stage. Did u bring ur sweatshirts from ur aforementioned post to sell to the masses? I would think that they would be a hot seller.

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