Phil Lesh Welcomes Phish Bassist Mike Gordon To Jam At Terrapin Crossroads
Yarmouth Road (Phish) You can check out several clips of the performances below, including several Dead favorites with a handful of Phish favorites thrown in the mix. We’ll update with more videos and a full setlist as they become available:Funky Bitch (Son Seals, frequently performed by Phish): Loose Lucy (Grateful Dead): Shakedown Street (Grateful Dead)Setlist: Phil Lesh’s “Big Bass Bash” at Terrapin Crossroads, San Rafael, CA – 7/17/16Set 1: Shakedown Street > Low Rider Jam > Yarmouth Road, Loose Lucy, Pride of Cucamonga, Funky Bitch, Mason’s Children, Six Feet of Snow, Cumberland BluesSet 2: Samson and Delilah > Viola Lee Blues > Unbroken Chain, Fire On The Mountain, 555, Cryptical Envelopment > The Other One > The Maker > The Other One > Not Fade AwaySet 3/Encore: Uncle John’s Band, Brown Eyed Woman > Deep Elem Blues, Deal > Going Down The Road Feeling Bad > We Bid You Goodnight Samson & Delilah (Grateful Dead) Fire On The Mountain (Grateful Dead): When the worlds of Grateful Dead and Phish collide, it’s always a unique treat for jam music fans. While both bands embody two distinct musical threads within the scene–the Dead channeling Americana influences and Phish drawing on from the jazz/funk/prog sound. As each band has their own unique following, those rare moments when members from the two bands intersect are often quite special.The last time we saw members of the two bands playing together, it was at Fare Thee Well with Trey Anastasio celebrating the Dead’s 50th anniversary. This time, however, it was bassist Mike Gordon, who stopped at Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, CA, on an off night from Phish tour, to play the “TXR Big Bass Bash” with Grateful Dead founding member, Phil Lesh. The two have teamed up before, and even covered Gordon’s original “555” during their last meet up at Terrapin. What would this visit bring?