Phil Lesh & Friends
Grate Room, Terrapin Crossroads
San Rafael, CA
Fri. Aug. 10, 2012
Phil Lesh - bass
Jon Graboff - pedal steel, guitar, mandolin, vocals
Tony Leone - drums, mandolin, vocals
Mark Karan - guitars, vocals
Ross James - guitars, pedal steel, vocals
Grahame Lesh - guitars, vocals
Aaron Redner - fiddle, mandolin, vocals
Boo Reiners - banjo*, vocals
Scarlet Begonias (GL) >
Fire On The Mountain (AR)
Panama Red (BR)*
Nobody's Lonesome for Me (JG)
When I Paint My Masterpiece (AR)
Mississippi Half Step (GL)
Going, Going, Gone (JG)
Tennessee Jed (TL)
Big Railroad Blues (RJ)
Swinging Doors (MK)
Old Man (GL)
Candyman (TL vocals and mando)*
Viola Lee Blues (GL and PL)*
JG-led finger picking instrumental*
Casey Jones (JG and GL)*
Thanks for posting this. Looks like another great night of music at Terrapin Crossroads
Boo also played on Half Step and Old Man. The instrumental was Black Mountain Rag.
And, yes, it was another great night of music. I imagine that Phil may do something similar to this again.
Another great show missed. Wow, that setlist looks stellar.
If you have any more information about the show, feel free to email me.
I thought we'd all agreed not to use the initials "JG" on this site unless referring to the one and only JG in the Grateful Dead realm.
I am seeing a lot of this JGr for Jackie Greene and JGra for Jon Graboff.
and to confuse matters further, the actual set list from 8/10 uses JGr for Jon Graboff..
yeah I saw that. All very interesting. Do we really need to deify Jerry's initials? Give me a break... I will use JG for Jackie Greene or Jon Graboff unless they are both on the stage at the same time!
Speaking of deities, I was thinking someone might be offended by using JC for Jeff Chimenti, or even JeCh...
Here's some nice footage of "Old Man."