Phil Lesh Concludes Two-Night Run With John Scofield, Scott Metzger, & More At Terrapin Crossroads [Watch]

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first_imgPhil Lesh was back in action on Thursday for the second evening of his “Phil & Friends” run at his Terrapin Crossroads venue just north of the San Francisco Bay Area in San Rafael. Last night’s show was webcast via Nugs.tv for Deadheads across the country to enjoy and featured the former Dead bassist teaming up with jazz guitarist John Scofield, Scott Metzger of Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, and Terrapin Family Band members Jason Crosby and Alex Koford.The performance began with Lesh counting the band into an uptempo rendition of “Viola Lee Blues”. Scofield wasted no time in grooving into some introductory solo work with some muscular guitar tones coming out of his Fender Telecaster. Koford followed suit in stepping up to the mic to sing on “West L.A. Fadeaway”, followed by a bluesy rendition of “Mr. Charlie” featuring Metzger on vocals. Koford returned to singing duties to bring the energy down just slightly for a trio of early Dead tunes, “He’s Gone”, “Jack Straw”, and “New Speedway Boogie”. The first half of the show came to a close with Koford once again leading the band through their version of “Ramble On Rose”.Phil Lesh & Friends – “Viola Lee Blues” [Pro-Shot] – 1/24/2019[Video: Nugs.net]The talented collection of musicians returned to the stage for set two with Metzger at the mic for “Playing In The Band”. The opening tune stretched out into a lengthy jam with some skillful guitar work from both Metzger and Scofield before Koford took the band into the classic Dead combo of “Scarlet Begonias” > “Fire on the Mountain”. Lesh then returned to singing duties for a performance of “Mountains of the Moon”, a lesser-played track from the Dead’s 1969 Aoxomoxoa LP. Metzger continued the second set psychedelia with “Estimated Prophet”, followed by group a rendition of “The Wheel” and a Lesh-led “Unbroken Chain” from 1974’s From the Mars Hotel. The show’s encore saw the band break out another classic Dead song combo in “China Cat Sunflower” > “I Know You Rider”.Phil Lesh & Friends – “Playing In The Band” [Pro-Shot] – 1/24/2019[Video: Nugs.net]Lesh and Scofield will be back in action for the annual celebration of Phil’s birthday at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York on March 14th, 15th, and 16th. Fans can click here for tickets and information regarding upcoming Phil Lesh performances.Setlist: Phil Lesh & Friends | Terrapin Crossroads | San Rafael, CA | 1/24/2019Set One: Viola Lee Blues, West L.A. Fadeaway, Mr. Charlie, He’s Gone, Jack Straw, New Speedway Boogie, Ramble On RoseSet Two: Playing in the Band, Scarlet Begonias, Fire on the Mountain, Mountains on the Moon, Estimated Prophet, The Wheel, Unbroken ChainEncore: China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Riderlast_img

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