Bob Weir Guests With My Morning Jacket And Wilco At Shoreline
Following Bingham’s show-opening performance, My Morning Jacket took the stage for a 12-song set. Bob Weir, who was the opening act for the tour’s first four dates, emerged five songs in for a cover of Bob Dylan’s “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door.” Weir returned later, along with Ryan Bingham and his band, for a take on “Glory Days” by Bruce Springsteen. Bingham stuck around for another “Don’t Do It” before MMJ closed it out with “Gideon.” Wilco’s 14-song set was also a guest-heavy affair. Bingham fiddle player Richard Bowden helped out on “Passenger Side” and “Forget The Flowers” early in the evening before Wilco welcomed punk legend John Doe of X for “The New World.” Bobby lent his talents to a string of Dead classics including “Ripple,” “Dark Star” (mixed in with “California Stars”) and “St. Stephen.” For Wilco’s finale, they brought out many artists including MMJ, Weir and Bingham for “When I Paint My Masterpiece.” Headliner Bob Dylan didn’t guest on anyone else’s set and didn’t welcome any guests for his set.