While New Year's Eve is usually one of the busiest days in the live music world, New
Year's Day is usually dead. No one filled Phil Lesh in on that fact as the Grateful
Dead bassist rounded up his "friends" for a Terrapin Crossroads House Party on Wednesday.
As per our friends at Deadheadland, those attending the Terrapin Nation House
Party on New Year's Eve were treated to a buffet, performances by Walking Spanish and
American Jubilee as well as a headlining set from Phil Lesh and Friends. For his set, Lesh
was joined by Anders Osborne, Tony Leone, Stu Allen, John Kadlecik and Jeff Chimenti.
Phil's two-hour set featured Grateful Dead classics as well as covers of Neil Young's
"Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere," "Dead Flowers" by The Rolling Stones, the Allman
Brothers Band's "Mountain Jam" and "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds" by The Beatles.
Watch how it went down:
Set: Jam > Truckin’ > Tennessee Jed, Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere > Deal, Cumberland
Blues, Dead Flowers, St. Stephen > Mountain Jam > Dark Star v2 > The Other One, Comes a
Time, Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
Encore: Box Of Rain
[Published on: 1/3/14]