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Published: 2014/05/10

The Deep Dark Woods, Emily Sunderland Sit In with Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band

Members of Canadian folk rock outfit The Deep Dark Woods and singer Emily Sunderland joined Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band last night during their show at Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, CA. The sit ins began immediate when Geoff Hilhorst took up keyboards for “Scarlet Begonias” and “Franklin’s Tower” to kick things off. The entire band then joined the fray for “Loser,” “Brown Eye’s Women” and their own “Two Time Loser.” Sunderland made her appearance for “West” in the middle of the set before Hilhorst returned for “Cassidy,” and The Deep Dark Woods then helped wrap up the set with “Ripple.”

Hilhorst took up guitar for the “West L.A. Fadeaway” encore, with Terrapin Family Band bassist Scott Padden moving over to the keys. The show then came to a close with a “Not Fade Away” that featured all of The Deep Dark Woods except for Chris Mason, as well as Scott Padden on percussion.

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

Friday, May 9, 2014 *Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band*
*Terrapin Crossroads, San Rafael, CA*

Scarlet Begonias*, Franklin’s Tower*, Down By The River^, Loser^^, Brown Eyed Women^^^, Two Time Loser^^^, West%, Unbroken Chain, Cassidy*, Wind & Roses^, Ripple^^^

Enc: West L.A. Fadeaway%%, Not Fade Away$

Notes: *with Geoff Hilhorst on keyboards

^with Scott Padden on keyboards

^^with The Deep Dark Woods

^^^with The Deep Dark Woods and Lucas Goetz on pedal steel guitar

%with Emily Sunderland on vocals and Scott Padden on keyboards

%%with Geoff Hilhorst on guitar and Scott Padden on keyboards

$with The Deep Dark Woods (except for Chris Mason) and Scott Padden on percussion



There are 2 comments associated with this post

V Stiviano May 10, 2014, 23:28:31

Why was the crowd mostly black? I always considered Harry Bellafonte to be the black Jerry Garcia.

Setlist Correction May 11, 2014, 23:30:56

Please someone start getting these fucking set lists correct. This is Phil Lesh, it’s not some third tier act taking requests via text message. I will take it easy this time. Scarlet had an incredible Spanish Jam segment that hinted at Supplication before returning the ship to dock. During Franklin’s there was a Cody jam. People in the crowd start chanting Cody in respect at different speeds and that dictates how the band will jam. It’s a new thing happening at Xroads shows. Lastly I don’t know who the fuck missed this, but there was beer barrel polka tuning before Wind and Roses. We did better with set lists on tour in the 1980’s than this and I was a raging heroin and coke addict back in the day.

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