Bob Weir Performs With Dhani Harrison, Members Of The Heartbreakers, Weezer & More At Porsche Event

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Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir was one of many legendary musicians to perform at a Rennsport Reunion event held at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna in Monterey, California on Friday night. Dhani Harrison hosted the surprise concert which came in celebration of Porsche’s 70th anniversary.

Harrison served as part of a house band that also included Benmont Tench and Steve Ferrone of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, The Strokes’ Nikolai Fraiture, Brian Bell of Weezer, Noah Harmon of The Airbone Toxic Event and Josh Giroux. Dhani led the ensemble through Jimi Hendrix’s “Lover Man” and “I’m So Glad” by Cream to start before Alison Mosshart of The Kills and The Dead Weather emerged for songs by Iggy Pop, Blondie and Bruce Springsteen. Next, The Cult frontman Ian Astbury fronted the house band on Doors classics “Roadhouse Blues” and “5 To 1” as well as David Bowie’s “Moonage Daydream.”

Jane’s Addiction vocalist Perry Farrell stepped into the spotlight to sing “Mountain Song” plus Petty’s “Breakdown” and The Rolling Stones’ hit “Sympathy For The Devil.” Seal then came on stage to lead the house band on his own “Kiss From A Rose” and Bowie’s “Rebel Rebel.” Bob Weir was the final featured performer of the evening. Weir played guitar and sang on Grateful Dead repertoire staples “Touch Of Grey,” “Friend Of The Devil,” “It’s All Over Now Baby Blue” and “Not Fade Away.”

Setlist

Dhani Harrison: Lover Man (Jimi Hendrix), I’m So Glad (Cream), Alison Mosshart: The Passenger (Iggy Pop), The Hardest Part (Blondie), State Trooper (Bruce Springsteen), Ian Astbury: Roadhouse Blues (The Doors), 5 To 1 (The Doors), Moonage Daydream (David Bowie), Perry Farrell: Mountain Song (Jane’s Addiction), Breakdown (Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers), Sympathy For The Devil (The Rolling Stones), Seal: Kiss From A Rose, Rebel Rebel (David Bowie), Bob Weir: Touch Of Grey (Grateful Dead), Friend Of The Devil (Grateful Dead), It’s All Over Now Baby Blue (Bob Dylan), Not Fade Away (Buddy Holly)